ROTI 1. a cup of self-raising flour 2. ¼ of wholemeal flour 3. Add a tea spoon of olive oil 4. Add a ½ of hot water 5. Need it in to a ball 6. Wait about 10 min 7. Roll the ball into a flat circle about 1 centimetre 8. use a cup or a bottle or a cuter to cut it out 9. Then set an oven\hotplate to cook the roti for 5 min Then take them out And they will be ready to eat after they cool down.
We would just like you to know that we are having a Christmas Market at Macmerry Primary School. It is on Friday 2nd December at 10am-11:45am. Entry is £1 and will include a tea or coffee. There will be Arts and Crafts (made by Macmerry Primary children), tea, coffee, home baking, books, toys and the PTA raffle. We would like you to come along and join us in our Christmas Market.
Please come along, we would love to see you.
We have beeen outside making Rangoli patterns as part of our learning about Hinduism and Divali. They are just outside our classroom window so we can admire our work. Come and have a look tomorrow morning-here’s hoping no rain overnight! Mrs McBean was really proud of us because we worked really well as groups and we hope you like our designs!
To help us with our Farming topic Mr Leckie (aka Erin and Ellie’s dad) came into the class yesterday afternoon to talk to us about being a farmer. The pupils had a great time looking at the photos and crops Mr Leckie brought in, listening to what it’s like being a farmer and asking lots of interesting questions about farm life. We all learnt lots of new information (myself and Mrs Donachie included). A massive thank-you Mr Leckie from all of P2/3.
Just a wee note to say P7 are on their way home. They have had an amazing trip and were sad to say goodbye the Matt, their group leader! We left at 12.45 which is 15mins early. The bus driver thinks we should be at Macmerry at the back of 3. See you all then 🙂
We are continuing to have a fantastic time! We have done the Zip Wire, High Equilibrium, Crate Stack, Survival and Scrap Heap Challenge. We have also been pulling some shapes on the dance floor at the disco!
A brilliant time had by all and it’s not over yet!
The campers are doing Indoor Laser and then 3G Swing before we have lunch and get ready to leave. The bus will be here to collect us at 1pm so we should be home for around 3.30pm.
See you this afternoon!
I hope you are having a good week at school!
I am having lots of fun at camp but missing you all. Bert has been enjoying camp too – he even has a bed to himself! The P7s are very brave and are really enjoying the activities. I have been abseiling, climbing and played aeroball!
I am looking forward to hearing what you have been doing!!
Enjoy the rest of your week!
Yesterday was a day of heights! We started the day with our feet on the ground and did our best Robin Hood impressions with archery. After lunch we climbed the tower to abseil down a vertical wall, then later on came the ‘Leap of Faith’. The children all did really well and surprised themselves by what they could acheive. Well done P7!