This February as part of the Dublin/Madrid exchange project, the 2nd year LFI Spanish students had the pleasure of welcoming their counterparts from the Institut Torrente Ballester de Parla in Madrid for a week of sharing culture and language. Our students showed them the LFI and took them around some of the best-known monuments in … Read moreDublin/Madrid Exchange Project
The CM2s participated yesterday in ‘La petite nuit des idées’ (The Little Night of Ideas) on the theme of the environment. Solyne and Zélie presented their project ‘I Love Nature’ via video-conference to the other participating classes from Stockholm, London and Brussels. Well done to all the young ecocitizens!
The new collection of work by Béatrice Cayet-Fernandez’s CM2 pupils has just come out: Mish-mash of noun phrases The aim was to invent new phrases by breaking down and re-composing well-known expressions. Having discovered how the noun phrase works as an expansion of the noun, the pupils used ‘cross-overs’ to create playful or poetic noun … Read moreNoun phrases
The LFI 2nd year young scientists team, Marilou, Ethan and Roan, were rewarded with 2nd prize in the Junior Chemical, Physical & Mathematical Sciences category for their seismology project ‘What Makes Dublin Shake?’, crowning their long-term work and commitment – bravo to all of them! See the video of the prize-giving here. In addition, Roan … Read moreBT Young Scientist: LFI come second in Junior Chemical, Physical & Mathematical Sciences category
On Monday 19th November the pupils in 5th year, 4th year, 1st year and 6th class got the chance to see a really educational entertaining science show called ‘The Strolling Cells’. A collective made up for researchers, students and biological engineers accompanied by actors and communicators have written and directed a play about cells and … Read moreThe Strolling Cells