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 […]
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 came to a close in SMGS today with 2nd, 3rd and 4th classes availing of a wonderful workshop from Bricks4Kids!
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 […]
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 […]
This week the Bee-Bots flew off to their new home. They were a big hit in the classrooms over the previous two weeks. The children really enjoyed practicing their coding and problem solving skills with them.
Third class were exploring the topic of sound in science this week. They experimented using vibration to play harmonicas they made in class. The harmonicas were made with ice cream sticks, straws and elastic bands. There was some good sounds […]
5th class were exploring properties in Science Class this week. Look at what happened….
This beautiful rainbow was spotted over the school at lunch time today. If you want to find out how rainbows are formed, this YouTube video may help: