More moments and memories from Lagganlia.
Everyone enjoyed the gorge walk, rechristened ‘George Walking’ (thanks Felix!), at Lagganlia this week… freezing cold water, a whirlpool, rock slides, cannonballing, waterfalls…Amazing!
Here are some photos of group 1 making the most of this adventure!
Group 1 Gorge Walking on PhotoPeach
While group 2 were eating our picnic lunch next to Kingussie Crags on Tuesday we spotted some ruins in the distance… What were they? A church? A castle? A cathedral?
Group 2 explore the ruins of Ruthven Barracks on PhotoPeach
On the way back to the centre we stopped by to check them out… They were a barracks, built after the first Jacobite Rebellion… We even found the ruins of the soldiers’ toilets.
After a great week at Lagganlia with our friends from Wallyford, we’re back!!
Here are some pictures of group 2 on their Rock Climbing and Abseiling Adventure on Tuesday…
Group 2 Rock Climbing and Abseiling on PhotoPeach
We headed off to Kingussie Crags, the views were incredible. We started practising bouldering over the rocks, then we did 2 climbs and abseiled from even higher up!!
Vikings Rock! on PhotoPeach
P2/3 worked with their P5b reading buddies to research and learn more about the Vikings. Each talking pair chose a non fiction Viking topic book and then used the Contents and Index pages to help them to read, select and note down any interesting Viking facts. Some of the class also used the Glossary to help them to understand what some very tricky Viking topic words meant. We are all really looking forward to meeting again next week to finish our reading for information topic task.
Magic Measure with P2/3 and P5 on PhotoPeach
P5 and P2/3 had lots of maths fun when they worked together and explored measuring centimetres (cm) using a ruler. We now know that there are 100cm in a metre and 30cm in a long school ruler. We used our knowledge to help us to measure different lengths, widths and heights.
Spooky Spells with P2/3 and P5 on PhotoPeach
P2/3 and P5 have had a fantastic time working together to create their own spooky potions and spells using William Shakespeare’s famous poem from MacBeth as their reading and writing stimulus…’Double, double, toil and trouble, Fire burn and cauldron bubble!’
Greetings from Lagganlia!
As you can imagine everyone has been very busy today with biking, gorge walking, canoeing and ADVENTURING! The Internet situation here is a bit tricky, good wifi but not great for posting lots of photos but we’ll do our best.
Keep updated by following us on Twitter (@whatsonatcampie) and our friends at Wallyford Primary School (@wallyfordps).
In the meantime here’s some more photos of our Mountain Bike adventure!