P rescued a baby Jackdaw last Monday. He found him on the ground in the bushes near our house. He brought him home, and was feeding him for few days. Last Wednesday we put him into our garden to check if he will be able to fly. Luckily his parents found him and for the next day they were feeding him in our garden. His mother was teaching him how to fly, and this afternoon he flew away with his parents.
P is very proud of himself for saving this little bird.
My dad took me and my best friend Lily to the beach, so we went on
the dunes and ran up and down until we wanted to stop. Next we
went over to mayden’s tower took a picture and moved on to the
lady’s finger and took a picture there. We were going home but we
saw this wooden campfire thing so we went to check it out, we ran
over and dodged the seaweed to get over. When we got there we to
a picture and got in the car so we went home.
As we know from tomorrow Monday we have the greater freedom to travel anywhere in county Meath. Or 20km from our home if we live close to another county. We are lucky in Meath that there are loads of things to do. Here are a few examples of things to do in County Meath
Virtual Sports Day 2020
Hello, As this week is Active School’s week, we have decided to dedicate the week to physical activities. As every boy is different, both class teachers have agreed that every boy can choose their own physical activities per day. Each activity should be written down in the exercise diary template provided below and can be emailed to us at email@example.com on/after Friday 12th June. We have also provided suggested activities for the boys below. The boys can pick and choose which physical activities they would like to do per day. We would suggest no less than 30 minutes of physical exercise. Keep track of how many KMs you covered over the course of the week. Below is an example of a what a typical day could be. Enjoy Active School’s week and make sure to let us know what you have done, be it through the template below or photos A typical day could be, for example:
Monday 8th June
As restrictions have lifted feel free to run, walk or cycle on the beach. With adult supervision of course. You could even walk or cycle the coastline of County Meath! I enclose some video links. Please check my blog too for more information and resources.