We have LOVED our minibeast topic in P2! Throughout the topic we have done lots of fun and interesting activities such as a minibeast hunt, investigation of micro-habitats, butterfly collages in art (using natural materials sourced from the playground), research posters and, to round the topic off, we shared our learning with the rest of the school at assembly. Enjoy these lovely photographs of the children hard at work 🙂
P2 worked extremely hard to plan and prepare a café for their families. They did it all… planned the menu, designed the menu, made the food, set up the café AND served the food!
I am extremely proud of how well you all did and you should be very proud of yourselves too for all of the hard work that you put in. The café was a wonderful success with lots of money raised for Save the Children.
Well done P2 and a big thank you to our customers for their extremely generous donations!
Miss Dixon 🙂
P2 have been testing their taste buds this afternoon and tried a variety of foods as part of our Cafes topic!
We tried things such as olives, chorizo, feta, grapefruit, mango and tablet and discussed the different flavours and textures that we discovered. We were also very vocal about what we liked and what we disliked!!
Well done P2 for trying something new 🙂
A huge thank you to Michelle and Alistair Aitken for bringing in a very special visitor to P2 this morning. As part of our Health and Wellbeing topic, ‘Living and Growing’, we are learning all about where animals, and ourselves, come from so Lavender the Lamb came to say hello!
Alistair also spoke to the children about his work as a farmer and about food produce local to East Lothian. The children asked lots of questions and learned a lot!
Enjoy these photos of Lavender and the P2 🙂
To kick off our new topic, Cafés, P2 worked in groups to create their own role play set in a café. They used props and money, created their own dialogue and performed with confidence. Well done! 🙂
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Please find above , a summary of the day and some feedback from last week’s ELC Youth Summit