Hope you and your families are all keeping safe and well. I am missing you all and am so looking forward to being back at school with you again.  I’d like you to revise these positive songs below to help get us through these next few weeks and we will have a great singsong when we return.
Stay safe,
Warmest wishes,
Miss Sparling  



                               Song List

  1. I’m a Believer – The Monkees
  2. Yellow Submarine – The Beatles
  3. Don’t Worry , Be Happy – Bobby McFerrin
  4. Always Look on the Bright Side of Life- Monty Python
  5. Let it Be – The Beatles
  6. Jumbo Breakfast Roll – Pat Shortt
  7. Nothing More – Alternative Routes

Miss Sugrue’s Third Class

Scheme of Work – March 30th to April 3rd

Hello girls,

I hope you are all staying safe, helping around the house, and using your imagination to make your own fun. I miss you are all very dearly, but don’t worry we’ll be back to hard work and debating before you know it! Here is some work for the week ahead. I am giving you creative license as always; so try your best, stay positive, be kind and keep smiling.

‘I am not afraid of storms, for I am learning to sail my ship’.

Ms. Sugrue <3

Useful Websites:

  • Scoilnet,ie
  • ie
  • Cúla4.com
  • ie
  • Go Noodle
  • National Geographic Kids
  • Nasa Kids’ Club
  • I am an Artist



  • Maths Challenge: next 4 tests. Test 74-77.
  • Table Toppers: pg. 20-21 (Divide 9s).
  • Revise all times tables (time yourself, make your own target board).
  • Attached multiplication/ division worksheet.
  • Action Homework: play boardgames, puzzles, exercise 10 mins every day, make up a dance routine, set up a shop in your room, measure items around your house using a ruler, make 3D shapes using paper etc.)
  • Math Activities



  • Revise ‘Cad and Ceard’ and ‘Na Seasúr’.
  • Briathra: practice knock out at home.
  • Briathra: Make 6 sentences using at least 2 briathra (e.g. Chuaigh Daidí agus Rossa ag siopadóireacht san ionad siopadóireachta, agus cheannaigh said ispíní, arán, glasraí agus im.)
  • Learn : 1. Dhúisigh mé – I woke. 2. Dúirt mé – I said.



  • Keep working on your FairTrade Research Projects.
  • Complete your persuasive letter writing to the local Supervalu. Read it out loud to someone at home.



  • How it all Began’ pg. 188-193 reading. Pg. 196 Ex. D, E.
  • 197 Ex. G. Look at Ex. H ‘Flights of Fancy’. I would like you do write a book report- BUT! Based on the book you are reading at home at the moment. So include; the name of the book, the setting, the main characters, what happens in the story? Is the story line exciting? Do interesting things happen in the story? Would you recommend it to a friend? How many stars out of 5 would you give it? Does the author use adjectives and descriptive words? Etc.



  1. Clue
  2. Statue
  3. Value
  4. Argue
  5. Venue
  6. Tissue
  7. Rescue
  8. Continue

Put each word into a detailed, descriptive sentence. Use Adjectives and a mix of ‘said’ words.


Also, your flowers are being well looked after and are growing strong. Hopefully we’ll see beautiful flowers soon!