Our Gaelic Cafe

On Friday 2nd May some of p6/7 set up a Gaelic cafe. Throughout the morning we had to speak Gaelic to the customers and the other pupils. We served tea, coffee and cakes that were kindly made by Cameron’s  mum. We also had to make help sheets for all the customers so that any of them who do not know how to speak Gaelic can try and learn a wee bit. Oliver was running the juice, Cameron and Annie were running teas and coffee, Izzy and Ciara were running the cakes and Robbie was adding the money and giving out change. Over all the day went really well and we made a profit of £29.19.

By Robbie and Cameron

Fair Trade Tuck

P6/7 were doing Fair Trade tuck because this week is finance week, and we were learning about Fair Trade and how it is better.  Fair trade is good because more of the money goes to the person that produced it. We also did some money for finance week.   On Monday we had hot chocolate, and it was yummy.  On Tuesday we had hot chocolate and coconut crunch.  It was the best coconut crunch I have ever had.  On Thursday we made chocolate crispy cakes.  Today we sold some fair trade foods at the Gaelic cafe. Everyone enjoyed it and we had great fun.  So buy Fair Trade!

By Ciara and Annie. 🙂