Last week we enjoyed our first football session (despite the cold!) and carried on with our Pirates topic, writing about all of the different parts of a pirate ship. We also spent time with our buddies talking about rights (things that we should have) and responsibilities (things that we should do to make sure we all have these rights). In Maths we started learning about data handling, and created a pictograph of our eye colour. We found that most of the class have blue eyes!
For the next four weeks, the Primary 1’s will be having football coaching. As this will be outside (weather permitting), the kit that the children have in the PE kits already will not be enough for them to wear to stay warm. If you could please provide your child with some joggers and a hoodie (or they can just keep their school jumper on) and some trainers if you do not wish them to wear their normal outside shoes as could be muddy.
These are the days for the next 4 weeks the classes have football:
Last week we were drawing pictures (Ali), and playing in the water thing (Joshua). We built houses for the Three Little Pigs with sticks, paper, and spaghetti (Caleb, Didi and Michaela), and we learned about numbers (Harry). We were also being quiet in the library (Lily)! We were making butterflies at home on the tables in the class for symmetry (Skye), and we played in the castle (Michaela).
Thanks also to Imogen who told us about the time she met a beautiful owl!
Finally, well done to Brooke, Michaela and Harry who all received a certificate for completing their weekly Rainbow Tasks. Another busy week in P.1B!
P7A have taken on the responsibility of starting a Twitter account for the school. On it, we will let you know what’s happening in the school and what all the classes are up to. We will keep it updated throughout the year – be sure to follow us to keep up-to-date with everything to do with Pinkie St Peter’s!
Yesterday, the P1 teachers got an email from the dragon! He had been in the school at night time when we had all gone home and was looking around our classrooms! We couldn’t believe it! He was looking at our wonderful artwork we have completed for the fairytales and some of our writing too. We wonder what he will do next! Here is the video he sent to us: