We have been discussing as a P3 stage about the problem of litter in the playground and in the school. Some of the suggestions for improving litter were planning to have a litter patrol to encourage people to put their litter in the bin, to get litter pickers, rubber gloves and bin bags so that we can pick up litter, put posters outside around the astro-
turf to remind people about where to put rubbish and we were are planning to write a letter to Pinkie Parents, Mrs Bonnar, Miss Palmer and Mrs Gordon to ask for more bins.
P3a have made castles for their homework and P3b made some small models of item that could be seen inside a castle.
In maths we have started doing symmetry. We looked at some flags and we needed to draw lines to show that they were symmetrical and then we made some symmetrical patterns.
We have made castles out of 3D junk material. We have used cubes, cuboids, cones, pyramids and cylinders. We have also used some 2D shapes like rectangles, squares, triangles and circles.
Crazy Hair Day will be hosted by P7 on Thursday 28th March. Apologies for the misprint on the newsletter!
Here is a note from The Crazy Hair Crew….
Your child can bring £1 to school to participate in the P7 run event, “Crazy Hair Day”. Also, there will be prizes for the craziest hair! If your child should win they will win a bag of treats.
Example: One pupil is thinking to put a bottle in their hair and pretending it’s a rocket. People with shorter hair can put bobbles/loom bands in their hair.
All donations will be given to the p7 fundraising fund. We hope you can participate. We can’t wait to see all your crazy hair!
From Casey, Kelsey and Lizzie (The Crazy Hair Crew)
This week in P4A we have been….
‘ We have been writing our diary entries of the ‘triple tragedy’ for our interdisciplinary learning’ Brooke
‘ I have been learning how to make 3D shapes from nets. I made a cuboid which made a cereal box’ Finlay
‘ We were talking about our next topic and we think we will explore under the sea because the environment is filled with plastic bottles’ Rocky
Have a lovely weekend.
Please remember school visit slips to be returned for our adventure to Edinburgh Castle and Holyrood Palace.
Please note the following date changes:
Crazy Hair Day – This is on Thursday 28 March 2019
Sports Day – This will now be on Wednesday 5 June 2019
There are still spaces available at the following Family Information Session
|Supporting communication and using visual supports
||26 March 2019
||6 – 8pm
||Training Room 2, Musselburgh East Community Learning Centre
Please note these sessions are for East Lothian Families/carers of children and young people (up to 18 years old) with or without a diagnosis of ASD.
If you would like to book a place(s), please e-mail your details to FamilyInformationSessions@eastlothian.gov.uk