- Category: Nursery News
- Published: Friday, 25 June 2021 10:38
Today in Forest School the children had to create concentric circles. These are circles with a common starting point.
Click 'read more' to see their concentric circles
This week's Forest School session was all about princesses, dragons, princes and monsters. Pupils got to choose if they worked in groups or by themselves and had to create a favourite 'character.' They could choose one from memory or create their own. The Pupils had to use a range of thinking skills and personal capabilities throughout this task.
Over the last number of weeks some of the pupils have noticed that a robin has been watching us as we are out doing our forest school sessions. We got a few 'snaps' of him or her also.
Click 'read more' to see the creations and our friendly bird
Primary 7E have been studying a new topic about India this year. Their study has involved lots of new artwork as well as looking at the different cultures, food, geography and people of this fascinating country. I'm sure you will agree the class have produced some stunning displays!
Mr Gault's class got out for another Forest School session today, taken by Miss Wright, a Stranmillis final year student teacher.
The children discussed what races they ran on Sports Day, famous sporting heroes and the many sports played around the world. They were then tasked with creating a sporting image. Click 'read more' to see some images.
This week's Forest School task was for the children to create a picture from a favourite movie. The children worked in pairs or small groups and had to come up with a scene from a movie that they all had seen. The children all worked really well together and some of the creations were marvellous.
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On Friday Primary One children had a day they will never forget!
The children came to school dressed for a flight to the sun. They checked in with their passports and luggage. Mrs Wilson gave them boarding passes and the children went through security and into the departure lounge. Captain McCambley (in his pilot’s uniform) greeted the children and called them when the aeroplane was ready for boarding.
After take-off the children relaxed and enjoyed an inflight snack served by members of the Cabin Crew. The plane landed safely and we all enjoyed an ice pop in the sun. To make the occasion extra special the children enjoyed their lunch al fresco!
It was a really special day as you can see from the photographs – enjoy looking through them all!
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