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First Class Make A Photostory

The children in 1st class, room 3 made this fantastic photostory about the chickens and  ducklings they hatched in their classroom. ( This photostory needs to be viewed on a laptop or pc which uses a Windows operating system.)

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Eggs – citing News from 1st Class!

Chirping into Summer! The children in Room 3 have been working very hard learning all about the lifecycle of the chick. We know that the male chicken is called a cockerel or a rooster and the females are called hens. … Continue reading

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News from 1st class, room 3

Ms. McPartlan’s class in Room 3 were very busy and egg-cited lately!  We had an incubator in our classroom with hen eggs and duck eggs in it. The incubator kept the eggs at the right temperature. The chicks hatched after … Continue reading

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Splish, Splash, Quack, Quack!

We have been looking after some chicks, ducklings and quail chicks in Ms. McPartlan’s class and Mr. Kelly’s class. Take a look as some of our feathered friends take a dip in a basin for the first time! They certainly … Continue reading

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Quacking Good News from Room 3!

We have had a very exciting few weeks in 1st class, room 3. Our teacher brought in two incubators and lots of different types of eggs. We hatched chickens, ducklings and quail. It certainly made for some really interesting science … Continue reading

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