Please note the slight change to P7 start and finish times from Tuesday. P1, P3 & P7 continue to enter and leave through the gate next to the Main entrance. Please ensure you follow social distancing protocols and wear a mask at drop off and pick up time. Lastly, we would ask that children do not play in the staff carpark at the beginning and end of the day. Thank you
Through our outdoor learning programme and art time . The children will be exploring woodland animals and their habitat .
Each child will research an animal of their choice .
They will work with clay to recreate a small sculpture of their chosen creature
Kodomo no hi is a Japanese festival celebrated in may . They hang koi carp ( konibori) to symbolise the strength and determination of these fish ( and the people) classes p3-p7 will be creating their own fish to decorate our school and art room in celebration of the children and families determination through present times
To introduce the ‘ Animal Adaptation’ topic this week, Primary 7B completed a challenging group quiz! The winners were …….. Team ‘ The brothers Kebabie’ – Harris, Robbie, Ben & Michael T. Well done!
Here are some thoughts about what P7B enjoyed or learnt this week:
“I enjoyed the deer game & thinking about the ways deers survive in the wild” Kian
” I learnt that camels store fat in their humps, not water like many people think. I liked the animal games too”. Vi
“I learnt about brumation is like migration behaviour” Catriona.
” I learnt about that owls have amazing eyesight to help them.catvh their prey”. Milly
” I learnt how foxes use their hearing to catch prey”. Michael C.
P7B using their ‘owl eyes’ to catch prey!