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This week P4 outdoor learning focused on how to be still in nature and the importance of silence! They listened to the sounds in the silence, including: bird song, the wind, cars and some we talked about how calm their bodies and minds felt afterwards.
We also learned about endangered animals and created fun panda drawings, presenting new facts to each other.
This week P7A created animal faces that had 3D features and natural materials.
They also created a set of top trumps using information about endangered animals. The information included: population, height, weight, life expectancy add a fun fact!
As we enter the Summer term, we would like to encourage our families to park away from the school grounds and stride to school. Local councillors have asked for enforcement of the double yellow lines outside the school and the Safe Street around Hamilton Terrace is still in place at the back of the school. When the lights are flashing at either end of the street, only residents are allowed to enter and leave.
In school, children are logging their modes of travel in class using Traveltracker. Thank you to everyone who continues to make an effort to park and stride, together we can make our streets safer for all our children.