What is Gravity?

Ten Facts about Gravity from www.theschoolrun.com : The bigger the object’s mass, the more gravity it will have; the smaller the mass of the object, the less gravity it is subject to. Gravity guides the growth of plants and other vegetation. Black holes have the strongest […]

World Space Week

Did you know that World Space Week runs from October 4th to 10th? Why not take a virtual trip of the International Space Station with Google Maps?!! https://www.google.com/maps/space/iss/@29.5604638,-95.0852936,2a,75y,218.87h,85.31t/data=!3m6!1e1!3m4!1stbwl7TvVSqgAAAQvxgbyLA!2e0!7i10000!8i5000

Storm in a Glass

On this stormy morning, maybe you would like to try your hand at creating your own storm in a glass. All you will need are shaving cream a large glass water food coloring A spoon To have a look at […]

Snow Fun

The snow may have all melted quickly yesterday, but if you’d like to try and make some of your own (fake) snow, the following experiment is fun: Snow Fluff  

Science Week

To mark Science Week, a number of events have been planned this week. On Wednesday, pupils from 3rd-6th class will visit the Art Deco Ballymote  for a Mad Scientist Show. This is kindly funded by Sligo Leader. Permission forms are […]

Sligo Science Festival

In conjunction with Sligo Science Festival 2018, the pupils from 3rd,4th,5th and 6th classes will be attending a science event in the Art Deco, Ballymote on Thursday 15th November. Parental consent forms are being sent home and it would be […]