P3/4 had an exciting afternoon last week, learning how to take care of rabbits, as well as how to programme.
Today P2/3 visited Dirleton Castle with P3a and P3b. Last term we had been learning all about castles . Our trip was fantastic and we had lots of fun .Here is what we thought of our visit .
Alex and Cathy-It was really cool when we saw where the gatehouse used to be and the murder hole to drop things down on the enemy .
Ollie-I liked looking in all the secret areas .
Charlotte Jack and Jacob- I loved being in the doocot because it was cool as it had lots of spaces for the pigeons.
Mylie-I liked walking up to the castle where the drawbridge used to be.
Zachariah , Zander, Jessica -I liked it that Andrew our guide wore armour and had a sword.
Poppy -It was fun when we looked in all the different rooms of the castle.
Catelynn -I liked looking at where the Great Hall used to be.
Jackson ,Holden , Layla and Aaron – Seeing all the castle was good and I liked hearing about all the information from Andrew.
Madison -I liked going round the castle in my group. I am pleased my Mummy came to help.
Belle -I liked having our picture taken with the knight.
Caleb -I liked seeing what the whole castle looked like when we were on the top deck of the bus.
Freya -I liked looking in the dungeons.
Brodie-I liked going on the bus being upstairs at the front with my Mum.
Daisy It was really fun meeting the knight.
Anna -I liked looking at the pictures around the castle that showed what it would have looked like.
A big thank you to our 4 parent helpers Mrs Ross ,Mrs Broadley , Mrs Rintoul and Mrs Scott who accompanied us today .
The Book Fair arrives this week and all classes will get a chance to visit with their teacher and browse the books on offer. Every child will also be given a World Book Day voucher this week which they can use at the Fair to get £1 off .
The Fair will be open on Thursday 7 March from 9-10am and P3-7 children will be able to buy at this time .It will also be open from 2.45 -3.45 on Thursday afternoon and P1-2 children can visit then with their parents as can the afternoon nursery group .
On Friday 8 March the Fair will open at 8.30am to allow morning nursery parents to visit . P3-7 children can buy again 9-10am .It will open at 12.20 -1pm at end of day on Friday for all to visit .
Thanks to our 3 parent volunteers for supporting the organisation and running of the Fair on Thursday and Friday .We are hoping we can also have it open on Monday 11 March too but we need volunteers to facilitate this. Please get in touch if you are able to help in any way .
Thanks in advance for your support and we look forward to seeing you at the Book Fair
We need parent volunteers to run our Book Fair from Thursday 7 March until Monday 11 March each morning and at the end of the school day.
Previous Fairs have been extremely successful thanks to the support from parents ,raising commission which we are able to use to obtain free books for our school library.
If you are able to help out at any time over the four days please get in touch with Mrs Dixon or contact the school office .
Details about Book Fair arrangements will be posted next week .
Thanks in advance for your support with this .
This week our school has been talking about the right to be the best that we can be.
As a homework task all the children were asked to be able to talk about their wider achievements .
Everyone in Primary 2/3 was able to share their achievements with the class and our discussion demonstrated what a talented and busy bunch we are !
The children talked about a wide range of activities and achievements including dancing, football, judo, swimming, gymnastics, playing the piano , motor bike racing, caring for pets, drawing and helping at home to earn pocket money. We even learned how to count to 5 in Finnish!
Well done P2/3 and keep up the good work !