We are very excited for our whole school sponsored event taking place next week!!
All pupils are asked to come to school wearing OLD CLOTHES on Wednesday 9th October. Pupils should take a full change of clothes, including underwear, shoes and a towel to get changed into after pupils have completed the event.
Please could all sponsor money be handed to your child’s class teacher or the school office by the last day of term, Friday 11th October.
Thursday was National Poetry Day and in P1A we read The Great Nursery Rhyme Disaster by David Conway.
Little Miss Muffet was bored of being in the same old nursery rhyme and she’d quite enough of that scary spider so decided to she needed a change! Ask your child to tell you all about her adventures and what she decided to do at the end of the story.
As a class we picked some nursery rhymes we liked and then together we learned how to sign Baa Baa Black Sheep. We even invited Mrs Snedden to come our classroom to be our audience – she was very, very impressed. 🙂
It was wonderful to have so many of you in school this week with parents’ nights and we hope you enjoyed the opportunity to meet with your child’s class teacher. If you haven’t had the chance to complete the parent survey, we would really appreciate if you would do so by clicking on the link here:
Also, if anyone would still like to buy a book from the book fayre there will be a final opportunity in the morning. Any reserved books will be available to purchase in the morning too so please remember to bring any remaining money with you that’s needed. Thank you!
It’s been so nice keeping our relationships going with our buddies. The P1s are always smiling and excited when they hear they are coming to visit. This week has been no different with a really fun activity searching for different items in the school grounds. Here are some photos of our fun.
Miss Hutcheson was wearing a crown made by P5/6 and this caught the eye of our P1s. Thank you Miss Hutcheson and P5/6 for inviting us to make some of our own. We decorated them with feathers and jewels. They are very regal!