Science Day at Scoil Aonghusa Junior
On Tuesday the 28th of April 2017, Scoil Aonghusa Junior held its biennial science day.
Parents and members of the local community were invited to the school to see science demonstrations,experiments and investigations that the pupils had been working on throughout the year so far.
Past pupils from Scoil Aonghusa Senior were invited on the day also.
Here are a variety of photographs to show case all the displays, work and learning that took place before and on the day:
Mr. O Neachtain’s second class pupils teaching and learning about floating and sinking:
Ms. Buckley’s second class pupils learning about chemical reactions and showing others how to make a lava lamp:
Mrs. Canavan and Mrs. Clifford’s first class pupils showcasing their investigations into sound:
Ms. O’ Donoghue’s first class pupils making paper helicopters:
Mrs. Howard’s senior infant pupils investigating and discovering the world of magnets and what they can do:
Mrs. Allen’s senior infant pupils sorting, investigating, teaching and learning about the properties of materials:
Everyone really enjoyed science day and we always to look to this great event!