We had guessed from the banana skins that there might be a monkey in the bag!! There was also a letter asking us to look after George together with a lovely book about Curious George’s adventures. We know the word ‘curious’ means ‘interested in and wanting to learn about new things’ which kind of sums up what Primary 1 is all about.
When Primary 1 entered our classroom this morning, we were greeted by this very strange scene! A big bag, lots of banana skins and a letter!! That could only mean one thing…
We spent a lovely morning with our Nursery Buddies recently, learning how to measure things.
What a fantastic afternoon we had when Tom’s mummy, Zoe, came in to talk to us about the human body. We found out so many interesting facts! Did you know that children have more bones than adults and that your heart is a muscle?
Thank you so much for coming in, Zoe, we learnt so much!
Well done, Primary 1, on your fantastic shape models! What a great effort you made!
Well not too sure about mighty acorns but our popcorn has started to shoot and our avocados have cracked on the top. These photos are of us planting our seeds from space (appropriately rocket seeds!). Thanks Mrs Hilsley for letting us use your lovely, sunny room.
Well done to all the boys and girls in Primary 1 and Primary 1/2 for A REALLY FANTASTIC SHOW!! Thank you to all the grown ups who came in to support us and thank you for getting up and strutting your stuff!
Strictly Come Dancing on PhotoPeach
We learned how night and day occur this week.
Well done to all the children who attended Knitting Club. You were absolutely fantastic and I have really enjoyed your company and chat every Thursday. If you keep up the knitting, you will soon be making jumpers, soft toys and who knows what!!
We had great fun coming to school dressed up as our favourite characters from books today. We shared our favourite books with our Nursery Buddies and talked about why it’s important to read books.