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Coding in 4th, 5th and 6th Class

December 12th, 2017 by Ms Wynne

All of our 4th, 5th and 6th classes participated in a coding session with Microsoft Ireland volunteers last Thursday. Ten sessions in total took place with amazing volunteers guiding our students. Since then, students are keen to use their computer time to continue to learn more about coding as they are finding it so interesting. A big thank you to the visiting volunteer group.

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2017 Science Exhibition

December 1st, 2017 by bcahill5608

We had our Science Exhibition last Tuesday November 21st. The whole school took part and displayed their experiments. Congratulations to all the teachers and pupils on their wonderful work! Here are some photos from the day.

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Science Week – 4th Classes Visit Deansrath Community College

November 16th, 2017 by Mr. Carty

Mr. Mulhern’s and Ms. Cunnane’s 4th classes visited Deansrath Community College today for a STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths) event hosted by the Transition Year students in the college. 

We got to visit the labs and see lots of different science and technology demonstrations, and participate in maths and engineering activities. We had a great day. Thanks to Ms. Ryan for helping out, and to Ms. McNicholas and the team in the College for organising. 

See the pictures below.


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5th Class Google Computer Science Club

June 22nd, 2017 by Ms Wynne

Our Google CS Club participants received their certificates of participation today. Well done to our young scientists who can code! Thank you to Mr Byrne and Mr Bannon for delivering the course.

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Talbot Computer Science Club

June 9th, 2017 by Ms Wynne

Today at assembly Mr. Bannon and Mr. Byrne showcased two projects created at Talbot’s CS club. Well done to the children involved in their creation. They were super cool, with great dialogue, visuals, action and sound effects. Looking forward to seeing more. The CS club runs for two more weeks before we break for summer holidays.

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Talbot Computer Science Club

May 23rd, 2017 by Mr Byrne

Every Monday after school, Mr Bannon and Mr Byrne are helping out 4th and 5th class children in the Talbot CS (Computer Science) club.

Computer Science skills are really important in the world we live in and the children in the club are using IT (Information Technology) skills, creating stories on Scratch, working with others, following instructions, making games and completing IT tasks.

Well done to everyone who is taking part in the club. In the next assembly we will be showcasing some of the projects the children have created.

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Frog Art!

January 31st, 2017 by Ms Byrne

We have been learning all about how frogs can breathe (in water and on land) in Science. Last week, we then painted some frog pictures!

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Science Exhibition 2016

November 28th, 2016 by Mr Byrne

On Tuesday 22nd November Talbot SNS held a science exhibition. Every class in the school took part and put up a display in the hall. Pupils from every class took turns during the day to attend their display and explain to visitors what their experiment was about. Everybody had a chance to visit all the displays and to learn something new. Well done to all the pupils and teachers on their hard work. It was a fantastic exhibition and everyone should be very proud of their work! A very big thank you to Ms. Cahill who organised the big event!

This is a list of the displays in the exhibition:

  • Mr. Molloy 3rd – The floating egg.
  • Mr. O’Callaghan 3rd – Floating & sinking.
  • Mrs. Shaw 4th – How our Lungs work.
  • Ms ní Dhúill 4th – Mixing & dissolving materials in liquids.
  • Ms Skelly 4th – Sugar in our food.
  • Mr. O’Donnell 4th – Hovercraft.
  • Ms. Ward 5th – Density – how an egg floats in water.
  • Mr. Gilmartin 5th – The reflection of light – Periscopes.
  • Mr. Coleman 5th – Magnetism.
  • Mr. Malone 5th – Testing food materials for starch.
  • Mr. Bannon 6th – Electric quizzes.
  • Mr. Byrne 6th – Fungus Fun: using yeast to create gas.
  • Mr. Gordon 6th – Volcanic eruption – materials.

Here are some pictures of the day:

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Enrichment Club

March 26th, 2015 by Mr. Byrne

Our 6th class Enrichment Club had their last group meeting on Thursday 26th March. Over the past few weeks we; designed shock absorbers, completed brain challenges, created Scratch computer coding, made super aerodynamic paper airplanes and did lots of other cool and interesting activities!

Ms Walsh and Mr Byrne would like to thank all those who took part for their time and efforts. In June we will be going on an educational trip to a large company to see first hand how a big business operates!

Here we are with our certificates from Enrichment Club! Happy Easter to everyone.image



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Robot Wars!

February 27th, 2015 by Mr. Byrne

Mr Byrne’s class have been creating their own robots lately as part of Engineer’s Week.

Using old boxes, packaging, bottles; anything really from the recycle bin at home! We also incorporated electrical circuits into our designs. We will be announcing a winner shortly. Each robot was made by a team of 3-4 members over the last 3 weeks during our art and science classes.






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