Come along to Friday Assembly and celebrate the culture of Ghana through music and dance
Our older children have been learning about African drumming in class and during music lessons.
We are very lucky that Thomas, the African drummer who has been supporting the school has agreed to perform to the whole school during Friday assembly. We will also be treated to a performance of African dance by Adie at this time.
So why don’t you join us?
Friday 24th November
As was indicated in the October newsletter and subsequent class newsletters, we invite you to come along to school on the afternoon of 22nd November and see what your children have been learning about in school.
- 2pm – 2.25pm > Overview of afternoon in hall
Mr Moody will provide an update on the progress of the curriculum and the introduction of progressive curriculum frameworks
Mr Moody will explain how we celebrate our School Values and how we use Class Dojo to track this
- 2.30 -3.25 >> Time in classes
P1/2 will open its doors to parents from 2.30 -2.50
Our senior classes will run 2 sessions to accommodate parents who have siblings in more than 1 class.
These 2 sessions will run from 2.55- 3.10 and then 3.10 – 3.25
Please come along, say hello and see what’s going on.
Primary 1/2 have been very busy with lots going on in class and around the village.
P1 have been measuring using non-standard units, using things like twigs and sticks.
P2 have been measuring in cm and metres.
Hamish(P2) I enjoy maths as it is challenging but good fun.
Niamh(P2) I’ve enjoyed measuring different things around the school using cm and metres.
We also visited Dirleton Kirk as we have been learning all about our village.
We met with Rev Graham who gave us a tour of Dirleton Kirk, this was very helpful as we are learning about Christianity at the moment during RME in school. The holy book that Christians follow is the Bible; here we see the Holy Bible on the altar of Dirleton Kirk.
We have also been exploring the seaside garden and using the water pump to create a river flow down the river bed.
Callum (P2) I have really enjoyed playing and learning in the seaside garden
Fergus(P1) I’ve also enjoyed playing in the seaside garden with my friends.
Sally(P1) I am really enjoying music with Mrs Peebles and all the songs we’re learning for Christmas.
CHRISTMAS ! It’s on its way!!
Before and after…
Tam (P3/4) ‘I really enjoyed planting today. I think the flowers make the playground look good.’
Thank you to Mr and Mrs Lowe for providing us with such lovely plants. They really have brought some colour to our playground.