To celebrate National MOVE Day (Movement opportunities via Education) we dressed up as our favourite movie character. We had some special visitors at our Big Circle. See the photograaphs below. The Blue Class made some popcorn to share anad we watched and danced to a favourite Jungle Book clip.
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We invite all family, carers and friends of The Hub to our annual Easter Event.
Monday 26th March
Dance and Movement Studio
This year we have a special repeat performance by the group who performed at the Fiesta in Stockbridge!
There will be plants and seedlings available for sale which the children have helped to plant and look after.
Refreshments will be served after the performance.
We look forward to seeing you!
We held our annual ceilidh to celebrate Burns Day this week.
Thanks to some of the P6s who did a great job helping us to sing, twirl and stamp!
Today we were lucky enough to be visited to by two Paralympians! Swimmer, James Clegg and rugby player, Mike Kerr spent time answering questions from children from The Hub and Sanderson’s Wynd before joining us for Music in the afternoon.
The question and answer session can be viewed as a video here and you can see some photos below.
We’ve had a very busy last day at camp! The last activity for the week was a five hour hike but we thought that we needed to save some energy for the disco tonight and so we decided to go to Blair Drummond Safari Park instead!
First of all we took the car around the animal reserve and saw lots of different animals – some we recognised and some we didn’t! We saw camels, lions, bison and lots more. We saw some animal with antlers, some with big horns and some with very wooly coats!
After that we had a walk around and saw some of the smaller animals – meercats, lemurs and rabbits amongst others. There were also horses, pot bellied pigs and goats. The donkeys were very noisy! After all that it was time for lunch before some time in the adventure playground, the different types of swing were a hit.
We saw the last of the animals, zebras, elephants and rhinos before soming back to camp in time for tea.
After tea it was time to get all dressed up and ready for the disco! There was lots of dancing before supper and then off to bed. Just time for breakfast and the last bit of packing before we leave in the morning.
It’s been a fantastic week and everyone has had lots of fun and has been very brave and willing to give everything a go!
A bit of a lie in this morning as breakfast was 20 minutes later! I don’t think any of us wanted to get up! The beds are quite comfy and the room is very cosy.
After breakfast we went to play some strategy and team games before getting onto the Ropes Course. The idea was to work your way around the course without stepping on the ground. Some of the different bits were very wobbly, high and tricky but we did very well and worked both as a team, for bits that needed help, and independently too.
After a big lunch we took the car to the David Marshall Lodge Visitor Centre where we could explore different local animal and bird artefacts. We could also watch the different live animal animal cams of water voles, bird boxes and some film of local Ospreys.
After we had a nice snack at the Cafe we got back in the car and drove down to Loch Drunkie. We walked alongside the loch and followed a sensory sound trail with lots of different musical instruments to explore and play along the way. It was a beautiful day and the water was very still. It was so pretty!
Back in time for tea and we got ready to watch the Sandersons Wynd Talent Show. There were a few jokers and some lovely singers! We played some games and now it’s time for bed!
We’ve had the most fantastic day!
Up early for breakfast and then off to play some trust games in preparation for our first activity, the Nightline.
We trekked up into the the wet woods to find the course. It was very boggy and everyone in the group was glad they had on raincoats, special boots and wellies!
The Nightline course was quite tricky. It had lots of different obstacles to go under, over, into and through. We managed every single obstacle on the course! I think the photos show just how well we did.
After the Nightline we trekked back to camp and had a well deserved cup of tea before lunch.
After lunch we completed the Orienteering course, following the map around camp adn then went straight on playing some rope games to practice for the Tree Climb. After walking into the woods we found our hat and harnesses waiting for us. All of the children tried hard to climb the tree and a few very brave people managed to make it up 14 meters to ring the bell!
After dinner we decided to have a little walk into Aberfoyle village in hunt of an ice-cream shop. We found a lovely one and tried some very tasty mint choc chip!
I think we’ll all be ready for bed tonight!
We arrived at camp after a lovely drive in the sunshine. We had a quick assembly and then we were given a tour of the camp. We think it’s very pretty here, lots of green hills and nice woodland to walk through and explore.
We had some time to unpack and make our beds before lunch. We have a great big room which is lovely and cosy, we’ve already got our PJs warming on the radiator!
After lunch we joined the Red group for a map game and then some team building games before our first activity – the Mohawk Walk!
We had to get our safety helmets on and had a look round the course. The wire ropes are about a foot off the ground but it feels quite high when you’re up there! We did really, really, really well! Have a look at the fantastic photos below!
After the Mohawk Walk it was dinner time, fish and chips went down well. When dinner was finished the whole class walked into Aberfoyle to the park. The swings were a definite favourite!
It’s nearly time for supper now and then it’s off for a well-earned sleep!