We have had a busy time in the week back from our lovely 2 weeks holiday!
On Wednesday, we had a visit from a Judo specialist. We had great fun learning different moves and the rules of Judo. You can see some of our moves in the photos!
In the holidays, Emma went skiing! Emma said that it was her first time but she was so good that she won a medal! You can see her with her medal in the photos! Well done, Emma! What a brilliant achievement!
We had a special visit from Maggie’s mum this week who came in to do some more Art with us. The children all said they absolutely loved it! Have a look at the amazing artwork in the photos. Thank you again for giving up your time to come in and work with us!
On that note, if anyone else has anything they would like to come in and do with the children then please come and have a chat, we would love to have you in!
I writing we have been doing a story about the battle between the people of Loch Marr and the Duke of Lannister’s Army. We had to include connectives, adjectives, openers, alliteration and onomatopoeia and similes. (Robert)
We have been practising joining our handwriting. (Nicole)
In PE we did an obstacle course. We did speed jumping( hurdles), we threw javelins, racing and forward rolls. (Nicole, Tayler, Robert)
We have been outside to find symmetry and made our own symmetrical patterns (Kaylah)
In French we played a matching game to find different members of the family. (Brooke, Robert)
We played number games with Mr Irwin (Tayler)
We started reading our new story called the Sheep Pig and it is about a Pig that was won by Mr and Mrs Hoggit Babe met the sheep dog called Fly . Fly takes care of Babe. (Alfie)
We have had a very busy first week back in Primary 1A. Mrs Denham has been very impressed with how hard we’ve worked – clearly the sunny weather is good for our brains. Our highlight of the week has been our Judo taster session. We learned some fantastic new Judo moves and had lots of fun with the instructor. Although we had lots of fun on Tuesday, we also know how important it is to stay safe and that we can only practise Judo when wearing our suits, on mats and we have a Judo instructor there to help us. Have a look at some of our photos, it might look like we’re rolling around on the floor but trust us – Judo is serious work!
Have a lovely weekend 🙂
As was the case last term, running club will continue for the foreseeable future on a Tuesday at 8.25.
All P5-7 are welcome, even if you haven’t been along before! Meet outside the gym hall doors like normal and one of the teachers will let you in.