Madame Larkins visits our French Boutique!
On Friday 31st we played shop with the dressing up clothes. We spoke French and spent Euros!
European breakfast with P6/7
On Thursday 16th January we had an enormous feast fro breakfast!
We all brought in lots of foods from different European countries, croissants, baguette, brioche, chorizo, salami, and lots of cheese from France, Switzerland and The Netherlands.
There were fruits, and Polish juices....and Mr Kaljee brought some hot chocolate from The Netherlands. Some of our parents helped by make interesting foods such as crepes, bread, Tortilla and pancakes. Thankyou to everyone for making it such a lovely morning - we had enought to share with P1-4 as well!
On Monday 16th December we went to Whitmuir to learn more about Sustainability.....and Visit the Pigs!
We were Measuring Outside to Find the Perimeter of the Playground, and Other Objects.
We have Been Finding Different Angles Around School
Everyone has been enjoying being in the woodland to learning about angles, compass points, and exploring the environment!
Terrain Tuesdays began 29th October for 6 weeks. We are loving the challenges and opportunities that being in the woodland provides.
We have been looking at the art of Degas, and we used his style to draw our own ballerinas, and sporting events! Instead of painting coloured them with pastel crayons.
Wednesday 25/09 Councillor heather Anderson came to visit us.
Heather told us all about the many jobs she has to do for SBC, and helped us to understand the responsibilities of the council. We had an improvised planning meeting, and voted development issues. It was a fun afternoon.
Getting Ready for Our Macmillan Coffee Afternoon
Every one at school kindly donated old toys for us to sell, and we set them up in the P3/4 classroom.
We were very busy making chocolate chip buns for when our friends and family visit later. Fiona let us bake the cakes in the school oven, thankyou, Fiona!
Outdoor maths with P3/4
Learning for Sustainability with Mrs Currie
We have been busy working in the polytunnel with Mrs Currie, getting the produce ready for the Cottagers Show. We were digging up potatoes, weeding and watering.