We have written and imaginative response saying the Iron Man is.
We made a restaurant and menu for the Iron Man… For example Limo Lasagne and Metal Magic Meatballs.
Addition on robots for numeracy.
Something secret in science….
Our secret experiment was also one of our most interesting things this week. Turning out of date of crackers, orange juice and half a banana in to digested waste. We poured all of the ingredients in a plastic bag and mushed it all up then poured it all into a stocking to make it look like it was digested waste.
On Wednesday we had this years annual Pinkie Talent Show…. with the them of Strictly Come Pinkie!
It was an entertaining feast for your eyes and ears! We had dancing, singing, comedy and gymnastics on show. In our eyes, everyone was a winner and all were so courageous to perform in front of such a huge audience! Well done everyone. Our fabulous winner this year who took away the glitter trophy was Maddie from P6 who sang ‘The Climb’.
We want to say a big thank you to our panellists who were Mr Scott, Alan Penman, Colin Smith and Anna Potter!
Check out the spectacular event which happened on Wednesday, captured by Mr Smith and his camera.
Congratulations to two of our nursery children who received Special Merit awards for their fantastic paintings of ‘Feathered Friends’. They collected their prize during a special celebration at the Scottish Gallery of Modern Art – Modern One. Their paintings will be on display until 24th September. After this date they will travel to different displays – one in Giffnock and another in Dumfries.
Congratulations to all our nursery children who took part and created fantastic pieces of artwork for the competition.
Congratulations to Mylie Duff and Brooke Davies from our nursery!
Both girls have received a Special Merit Award from the National Galleries of Scotland Tesco Bank Art Competition which had over 7,700 entries from all over Scotland. The theme this year was Feathery Friends – Mylie chose to paint a flamingo and Brooke painted an owl.
The girls will be collecting their prizes this weekend.
Their paintings will be framed and displayed at the Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art – Modern ONE, from 10 June – 24 September 2017. The exhibition will then go on tour to Eastwood Park Theatre Gallery, Giffnock and Gracefield Arts Centre, Dumfries until spring 2018.