- Category: Nursery News
- Published: Friday, 04 December 2020 13:51
Primary Four have been investigating the properties of 3D Shapes. As well as looking at various 3D Shape nets and how they are folded together to make particular 3D Shapes, they've also been looking at specific 3D Shape properties.
We are delighted to have received a certificate from VLM Mini Marathon congratulating all of our pupils for participating in the event during Autumn term. We have added this to our certificate of achievements in the school mall.
In Primary 2 we are having a ‘Polar Express’ themed week. On Monday the children came to school dressed in their pyjamas and dressing gowns. The children enjoyed a cup of hot chocolate with marshmallows and cream and a yummy cookie while listening to the Polar Express audio story. All numeracy and literacy activities this week will be based around the story of the Polar Express.
What a fun and busy day Primary 2 recently had decorating their classroom and making Christmas tree shortbread. Their daily snack even followed the Christmas tree theme.
The day was rounded up by watching ‘The Star’, reminding us of the true meaning of Christmas.
Dear parents / s
On Wednesday I wish to inform you that your child / ren may wear a bright / colourful jumper to school. They may even choose to wear their Christmas jumper. We DO NOT wish for new clothes to be bought during these challenging days
The Christmas Jumper will add to the Christmas Dinner Day which is Wednesday 02 December.
Children should wear their 'normal' uniform on the day but simply wear the colourful jumper as well.
Christmas Dinner Day is always a joyful and pleasant day under more normal circumstances and it is hoped that by dressing slightly differently on Wednesday, we can still add a touch of Christmas flair to the occasion.
Thank you for your continued support in all school matters.
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Nursery pupils have been extremely busy during the month of November. Take a look through our gallery to see what we have been getting up to:
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For our topic ‘Wonderful Me’, Primary 2 have been labelling the various parts of their face and body. They each enjoyed getting creative with clay, making and painting their own face. Messy but lots of fun!
As part of our Green Topic, Primary One went to the village greengrocers to investigate what fruit and vegetables are green. We selected green peppers, green grapes, green apples, pears, celery and lettuce to purchase and took them back to school to taste. We then recorded in our World Around Us books which fruits and vegetables we found tasty and which ones we weren’t so keen on!
Thank you to the greengrocer and thank you also to Mr McKittrick who accompanied us on our walk to ensure we crossed the road safely. We enjoyed every part of this village walk!
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