It’s February and Endeavour has come. This year as always, P5’s will be doing a Mini Endeavour Project and P6/7 will be doing a FULL Endeavour Project. For Endeavour our school uses a strategy within our Endeavour called ‘Plan, Do, Review’. Every week during Endeavour we Plan what we need to achieve, then we do it and after that we review how well we have done. Here is a photo of Amy Carmichael working on her Endeavour Project which is Hairdressing-For Weddings:
Bowmore Primary for 2019 are celebrating for World Book Day. They have lots of fun and exiting ideas such as a booky breakfast, dressing up as your favourite character from your favourite book, book swap, the pupils reading to the nursery , Book bug, and World Book Day quiz. This was organized by all the pupils and we would like to say a big thank you to everyone who has helped to make this happen!
A few weeks ago P6/7 went to the American Monument to carry on their learning about WW1. We looked down where the Tuscania sunk and most of the locals helped rescue most of the survivors.
The Tuscania had 2’235 people on board but only 267 went missing. The next couple of days was a horrific sight to see the soldiers dead bodies washed up on the shore line. Some of the Tuscania survivors died from illnesses from their wet clothes. The Tuscania was torpedoed by at German U-boat.
Ashvin: It was really fun to go there!
Liam: It was good because we got to see in person!
On Tuesday 27th and Wednesday the 28th of February the P6/7 and G5/7 went to the Islay museum and found out a lot for our WW1 topic. We found out that in world war one there was two ships crashed of the coast of Islay. One was The Tuscania and The Otranto.
Emily told us”Looking around and learning new facts.”
Lauren told us “It was interesting to find out about ww1.”
We talked to Mr Oliver ” I like the chain they used to hold the life boats in place.”
We talk to Ronaldo ” we got to see artefacts.”
Miss Campbell has left the school after ten and a half years of working in Bowmore Primary school with all the children over the years and all of us all sad to see her leave the school. She is now moving on to a new job and we all wish her good luck for all the years to come.
On Monday 5th March a professional artist named Elaine came over to our school to teach us art. We did art on a canvas and we used acrylic paints. we all made different paintings based on ww1. Everyone’s paintings were good.
Here are some thoughts on how it went:
Megan said ”it was really cool, we got to experiment with all the paints and have fun mixing them up”.
Lauren said ” It was really fun”.
Grace said ” I loved it”.
On Monday 19th june Bowmore Primary School will be ready to represent their incredible Endevour Projects.
All the parents will be coming to look at the incredible projects.
By Sam and Ronnaldo
Today at 3.30pm to 5pm the summer fayer is on so if you want to come come. Here is a picture of us setting up. there are hot dogs, burgers a bounce castle, cake stales a photo frame stall, a photo stall, and lots more so if you want something come and get it.
By Sam P6
Bowmore Primary School are working really hard on there endevour projects which is in a couple of weeks. All students are workning hard and achieving good stuff for the future. Every thursday afternoon the school splits up and does there own projects. Our p7’s are bringing there projects to the high school for there showcasing.
on March 17 a boy planned a theme lunch for the school to celebrate St.Patricks day. it was a huge succes every one enjoyed it and had a lovely lunch.
The PTA thought of a brilliant idea to start an enterprise club to help raise money for the school. Mrs Morris runs the enterprise club. We called our group Bowmores Excellent Enterprise’s (aka the bees). We have been making photo frames. if you have any spare time to come to the summer fair witch is on the 9th of June to get a photo frame we would be thankful.
Thank you to Mrs Morris, Mrs Campbell and the PTA
Written by Sam P6