World Book Week

Saltoun Primary are celebrating World Book Day on the 4th March but we also have lots of activities leading up to the big day itself.  These activities have been suggested by pupils throughout the school and final decisions were made by the Pupil Council.  Throughout the week we will be updating the website regularly with photos and comments on the activities.  We have attached a programme for the week. 

 

Monday

Decorate The Door 1.30 – 3pm

P1-7

Pupils will work in mixed groups to design a book cover.  Will meet in open plan area to organise groups and allocate materials/resources. 

Tuesday

Write A Book 11am – 12.15pm

P1-7

Older pupils buddy younger pupils to write a book.

TBA by Miss Watson and Miss Mitchell

Launch Story Sacks 9 – 9.45am

Nursery

Pupils will have an opportunity to look through the new story sacks.

Wednesday

Time To Vote 1.30 – 2.15pm

P1-7

P3/4 Bookworms will present their election campaigns to the rest of the school.  Secret ballot to decide favourite book.  Parents of P3/4 invited to listen.

Thursday

World Book Day

Nursery – P7

Author Visit – aileen Paterson 9 – 10am

Aileen will read one of her stories and talk about why she has always wanted to be an author.

Camp Out!  11am – 12 noon

Pupils will wear pyjamas, bring torch and favourite bedtime story.  There will be reading tents!

 

Nursery pupils will receive Treasure Chests and Explorer Backpacks.

P1-7 pupils will receive their World Book token.

Friday

Introduce Junior Librarian 11am

P1-7

We will take pupils through how the new library computer system works.

 

All week the Book People will be selling books and other items in Room 1 from 2.50pm – 3.30pm.  As you may remember this happened last year during World Book Week and was very successful.

Thomas and Robbie – the adventure continues

Thomas and Robbie have just started at their new school called Avondale.  It’s an Australian school and the boys are really enjoying it.  They have two uniforms, with a special one for PE.  They are going to after schools clubs and are also learning French.  The boys have been celebrating the start of Chinese New Year and have bought a dragon costume and a tiger puppet.  They are going to send some photos of when they visit China town.  Keep enjoying your adventure boys!

A Great Success!

Thank you so much to everyone who came along to our Burns Celebration in the Village Hall.  It was a great evening and I would like to thank all the participants and the Parent Coucil for setting up the Hall in the afternoon.  James and Steven did a great job of hosting….Ant and Dec had better watch out!