Dia daoibh!

I hope you enjoyed your weekend. Thanks to everyone for sending on their wonderful work on Seesaw. I’ve loved seeing it all and hearing from some of you. Keep up the great work!

We will be using Seesaw a bit more this week. I will have some Maths demonstrations up to help you girls and will also be setting different assignments during the week, so make sure to check for updates! If anyone is having any problems with Seesaw, please email me – schoolclosure4thclass@belgroveseniorgirls.ie

I have attached your home learning work for this week below. If you have any problems or questions you can let me know through Seesaw. I’m also attaching some activities for ‘Active Home Week’, song lyrics, gaeilge foclóir sheet, pictures of our Artist for this week and images of mapping to help with this weeks SESE tasks. Everything is explained in the weekly plan.

I hope you all have a great week and as always, make sure to stay safe, keep up all the great work, help out at home, play lots of games and be the fantastic girls that I know you all are! I know that this is an unusual way to be doing schoolwork – it feels very strange for me too! Hopefully we’ll see each other very soon.

Chat soon,

Ms Davey

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Mapping: Some of these mapping images might help you with your SESE work this week:

Artist of the week: James Rizzi

James Rizzi Cityscapes | Art lessons elementary, Collaborative art ...
James Rizzi - Lessons - Tes Teach

Active School Week: Keep a record of your activities every day

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