P1/2/3 had a great trip to the Hirsel earlier this month. The class were split into two groups, and each group had the opportunity to make kale soup and oatcakes, and also practise their mapping skills outside around the Hirsel Estate. They also learned about the different kinds of farming in Scotland and the food produced around Scotland.
Thank you to Sally and Pauline from the Hirsel, who looked after us so well during our visit.
Today P1/2/3 have been playing football outside. Lorna and Gregor came to teach us some football skills. We learnt that there were four different parts of your foot that you can use to kick a ball. Do you know what they are all called?
We ended the session by playing some mini matches. It was really cold outside today, but we all had fun.
My team won the second match – Anders
I liked playing disco tig as a warm up – Maddie
My team won one match and drew the other match – Duncan
My favourite part was playing the mini matches – Sarah
I liked playing toilet tig as a warm-up activity – Jacob and Cara
We all learned how to do a L-turn trick today – Duncan
At the end, Mrs Hood made us run round the pitch together to warm us up! – Carla