Primary 1

Primary 1 Mrs Park at Streamvale Farm

In Primary 1 we have been exploring the topic of the farm so we were very excited to go to Streamvale Farm with our friends. 

We had to go on a big bus to get there!  At the farm we saw lots of different animals and we got to feed the hens, deer and even fed the baby lambs using a bottle!

We also got to stroke chicks, baby rabbits which are called kittens and little puppies...They were all so cute!

We loved going for a ride in the big green tractor...we sat in the trailer.  We had the best day at the farm!

 

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Primary 1 Mrs Brown at Streamvale Farm

In Primary 1 we have been exploring the topic of the farm so we were very excited to go to Streamvale Farm with our friends. 

We had to go on a big bus to get there!  At the farm we saw lots of different animals and we got to feed the hens, deer and even fed the baby lambs using a bottle!

We also got to stroke chicks, baby rabbits which are called kittens and little puppies...They were all so cute!

We loved going for a ride in the big green tractor...we sat in the trailer.  We had the best day at the farm!

 

Click 'read more' and enjoy looking at photos of P1B on the farm.

Primary 1 Visit The Greengrocers

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!  We ended our day with a lovely craft activity of printing with the fruit and vegetables that were left over.

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!

School Patrol Officer Visits Primary 1

Mr McKittrick visited the Primary 1 children. They looked at his uniform and learnt how his coat is fluorescent so he can be seen in the dark and that it has reflectors to help the cars see him.

The children went outside to practice how to cross the road safely with his help. They know to hold an adult’s hand, wait until Mr McKittrick calls them and to walk in front of him.

We remember to always say ‘thank you’ as he helps us to cross the road.

Primary 1 Investigate Jelly As Part Of Their Red Topic

Primary 1 made lots of new discoveries when making jelly as part of their “Red Topic”!

They watched the jelly cubes melt when the boiling water was poured on.  A wooden spoon was used to stir the jelly.  The jelly liquid was put into the fridge to cool and set.  The next day we checked the fridge and the jelly was no longer a liquid, it had set!  It was wibbly, wobbly and ready to eat!  We all agreed it was the best jelly ever! It was DELISH!