With all of the sunny, warm weather we have been having, sometimes you have to find different ways to cool down. This nursery girl was brave enough to try a cold bucket of water by the sound of her screams and giggles I think it was very chilly. Those marshmallows look delicious.
This #successful boy and his brother have enjoyed making lovely cupcakes with their mum. They look very tasty. A new haircut too, you look very smart!
A fantastic Elmer!
Learning to use Heelys and riding a scooter are not easy skills to learn but this #successful girl and her little sister have manage it. Well done both of you!
While out walking this nursery child decided to see how many different leaves he could find.
Hello P5, I hope you all enjoyed your virtual camp last week! Here is your suggested timetable for Monday and Tuesday of this week. As usual it is also on Google Classroom. Timetable for Monday 25th May and Tuesday 26th May
Once again, please find attached the suggested learning activities for the coming week. Whilst I have uploaded the usual range of curricular based lessons, there is also the opportunity to make the most of National Chidlren’s Gardening Week by clicking here to visit and explore amazing website created by Mrs Pentony. Enjoy the choices and … Continue reading Primary 1. Week Commencing 25th May 2020.
Over the course of this year we have worked hard to embed the school values of curiosity, positivity, success and respect within the nursery. These are values that we look for all of our children to value from age 3 to age 13. Positive – When were you positive today? Maybe you tried something that … Continue reading Daily Challenge – When have you been positive today?
I have recently started as the Team Manager for the Instrumental Music Service (IMS) and wanted to take this opportunity to introduce myself. I am honoured to be joining this superb team and delighted to be able to give you some more information to reassure you of the direction the IMS will take over the … Continue reading Instrumental Music Service – Queen in Lockdown and Video Lessons