- Category: P6 Shannaghmore Trip 2018
- Published: Monday, 11 June 2018 18:56
Plenty of pictures just in (wi-fi is weak until the staff get back to the main house). Please click READ MORE to view the complete photo set.
Today in Forest School, the children were creating pictures from two different stories which were read in class. The children had to be creative in their design and think of stand out features.
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As part of Forest School, P4's spent a bit of time thinking about the importance of trees. The drew posters illustrating all the important things that trees do for us and then took part in some 'Tree dressing.' Tree Dressing is based on many old customs from all over the world. It brings us closer to the trees that play such an important role in our lives as well as to each other.
This activity also will get us two more points for our Green Tree Awards, taking us closer to the Platinum level.
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Please note that Bee Active Football is ON today for all those that attend.
Normal times apply.
Wednesday 06 June
Please be advised that ALL children will go home early from school on Wednesday 06 June at 1.30pm to enable the staff to set up the School Fete.
The school grounds are open at 5.30pm.
School dinners and Lunch will be served at the usual times.
You may have wondered why we've collected a few pallets around the front of school over the past number of months...and here is the reason why. Our P3s have been studying mini-beasts and in order to keep them happy have built 'The Snug Bug Hotel.' The children used various items and debris to fill the pallets to encourage the mini-beasts to come and stay.
Today was another great day for our P4s to get outside and enjoy Forest School. One of the classes was looking at 3D structures and pictures whilst the other class looked at some of Andy Goldsworthy patterned art work and created art patterns using the materials around them.
Check out the pictures to see what they children created.
Sports Day 2018 . . . what a great day!!! The children all enjoyed the races and events and the fact that so many parents managed to attend made the day ever so special. Take a look through the Sports Day Gallery:
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