On Tuesday Primary 1/2 had a “Five Alive” Workshop. They had a visit from a poet called Colin Will. He came to work with them to talk about Healthy foods and exercise. They then wrote this poem together:
What foods do the class like?
Broccoli, because it looks like a tree
Oranges, because they’re tangy
Pears, because they’re sweet
Apples, because they’re juicy
Salad, because it’s crunchy
Pizza, because it’s cheesy
Crisps, because they’re crispy
Pasta, because it’s greasy
Noodles, because they wriggle
Sausages, because they’re tasty
Fish and chips, because they’re yum, yum
Chocolate, because it’s brown
Peas because they’re green
Cake, because it’s icy
The class likes walking, push-ups, skipping, running, jogging and skateboarding. Most play football, and everybody likes swimming.
P1/2 have be learning about Scotland. They made a mind map and decided what exactly they wanted to learn. They also made posters all about Scotland. See them at work in these photographs.
P1/2 have a display wall outside their classroom and don’t know if anyone notices it. They want to make sure that everyone notices all their wonderful art work. Hopefully this will be updated as soon as new art work is put up. The pictures up above will show you the most recent art work.
On Tuesday the 20th of January p1/2 and p2/3 were doing an enterprise project making the Forth Road Bridge with newspaper and masking tape. They went in groups of four and worked really well together. They have been learning all about Scotland. It is good we don’t have to pay to cross these bridges!
by Ailidh p6
Here are a selection of photographs from our wonderful infant production. Well done Primary 1/2, Primary 2/3, Mrs Unwin, Mrs Craig, Mrs Jarron, Mrs Black, Mrs Thomson and Miss Thomson for all of your hard work.
After a lovely long holiday we are all happy to be back at school. It is lovely to see the new Primary one children and also to see everyone else looking that bit more grown up! We have a busy term ahead and are very much looking forward to it.