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                                          An Brat Glas

Bearla

                                    

 

 

 Greenwave

 

An Brat Glas

 

This year Rang 1 are taking part in the Greenwave project. They are monitoring and charting the daily temperature and are observing the environment for the first signs of Spring.

 

On the 29th. March we saw the first Primrose in our garden.

 

SpeciesPrimrose
LocationDunshaughlin (53°51"N, 6°54"W)

 

 

 

The first sighting of the swallow or primrose in flower in spring is a significant event. When scientific measurements are taken the significance lies not in the single measurement but in its place as part of a set, or series, of measurements. Temperature measurements are like this. A single temperature measurement does not tell us much. A graph of temperature measurements taken at the same place, but over a period of time, however, can tell us a lot. It is very important that all these temperature measurements are taken in exactly the same way so that they can be compared fairly.

 

This chart shows the average weekly temperature readings (in degrees Celsius) for the spring

                     

Temperature Chart

 

 

Key Temperature Data for March 2012

Coldest week March 2012: Week 5, Average weekly temperature 4.33 degrees


Warmest week March 2012: Week 3, Average weekly temperature 11.5 degrees

 

 

2012

Biodiversity

 

 

 

 

Féach anseo chun níos mó griangraif a fheiceáil

 

 

 

Our Biodiversity Code

Cód Bithéagsúlachta

 

Help the flowers, plants and trees and don’t forget the birds and bees!

                                                                                                                                                      

 

Ná pioc na plandaí atá ag fás, tabhair aire dóibh, nó gheobhaidh siad bás!   

 

                   

From An Brat Glas

 An Coiste Glas 2011/2012

 

Thoughts on Biodiversity

Smaointe ar Bithéagsúlacht

 

Bees give us honey, while trees help us breath, instead of cutting them down, plant a seed! (Amy J., Rang 6)

 

Keep the trees and be pleased!

Gan Aon bláthanna, ní bheidh aon dathanna! (Lauryn, Rang 6)

 

Keep everything clean, we want to be green.

Cóiméad gach rud glan, táimid ag iarraidh bheith glas. (Katie, Rang 3)

 

Can I study biodiversity in University?! (Julie, Rang 6)

 

Táimid in ann, sabháil an crann!

We have the power, to save the flower! (Rhys, R6)

 

Save the trees, I’m begging you please! (Séamus R. Rang 6)

 

Saving the trees is the bee’s knees!

(Tómás, Rang 6)

 

If you litter, the punishment will be bitter (Charlie agus  Eimhin Rang 4)

 

Save the birds, the flowers and the trees and help all animals in need!

(Sorcha M agus Lauren Rang 4)

 

Flowers are pink, flowers are blue.

If they die, it’s on you. (Liadan, Rang 6)

 

Biodiversity keeps animals alive,

Do you’re part to help nature thrive!

(Ray agus Pádraig Rang 4)

 

Níl aon rud eile le rá,

Tabhair an nadúr, do ghrá!

 

Bí go deas go dtí an nádúr go léir mar cabhraíonn sé leis na héin sa spéir!

 (Laoise, Rang 6)

 

Don’t chop the trees, because they’re the bee’s knees! (Sinéad Ní Mhuirí, Rang 6)

 

Gan aon crainn, beidh muid tinn.

 Leis na crainn, ní bheidh aon pian!

(Sadhbh, Rang 6)

 

We plant flowers and they grow.

Bees collect pollen and make honey.

(Sophie Rang 3)

 

More seeds, more trees,

More trees, more life,

More life, more happiness!

 

 Biodiversity Garden

 

We wanted to make a biodiversity garden for the school, to encourage insects, birds and animals in the area. We planted trees, bushes and flowers that the animals like.

 

We planted more than 100 native Irish trees. We wanted to create a wodland area in the school that would be attractive to insects, birds and animals.

                       

Woodland

 

Rowan Trees: Have scarlet berries that the trush likes to eat during the winter.

Guelder Rose: Has bright red berries for birds to eat.

Wild cherry trees: Has cherries for birds and insects.

Crab apple trees: Apples can be used to make crab apple jelly.

Pear tree

 

 

 

An Coist Glas

 

Bionn an Coist Glas i gceannais ar athchursail sa scoil. Bionn teama ar siul gach dha bhliain. Nuair a chriochnaionn tu an teama chuireann an scoil isteach ar bhrat glas a fhail. Na teamai ata deanta againn na bruscar, Fuinneamh, Uisce agus taisteal.

taimid anois ag obair ar Bitheagsulacht. Cialaionn se sin go mbeidh muid ag breathnu ar plandai agus ainmhithe agus ag cryhu gnathoga doibh.

Ta seacht ceim le leanuint roimh a chuireann tu isteach ar brat. Comh maith bionn muid ag tarraingt ard ar chursai an timpeallacht agus ag deanamh bolscaireacht ar.

What we do

bailionn muid na boscai athchursala, bruscar agus muirin go minic. Deantar seic orthu an bhfuil daoine a usaid i gceart. Comh maith anois agus aris deantar sheic bhfuil na soilsi muchta i rith an briseadh.

Cabhraionn muid le comartaisi a reachtail agus insionn muid do ma ranganna, ceard ata ar siul ag an Coiste Glas.

 

Coiste Glas 2010-2011

                                                                      Leim go barr

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