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P1 learned ‘ The Ghostie’.
Gold certificate : Olivia
Silver certificates : Isla & Irene
P1/2 learned ‘ The Ghostie’
Gold Certificate : Jordan
Silver Certificates : Ellie & Lewis
P2 learned ‘Country Squeel days’
Gold certificate : Lewis
Silver certificates : Rachel & Kristian
P2/3 learned ‘ Country Squeel days’
Gold certificate : Sophie C
Silver certificates : Chloe & Olivier
P3 learned ‘ Lang John Silver’
Gold certificate : Mariam
Silver certificates : Linton & Ksenija
P4 learned ‘ The Wedding ‘
Gold Certificate : Emily
Silver Certificates : Erin & Theo
P4/5 learned ‘ The Dinosaur ‘
Gold certificate : Shobnom
Silver certificates : Maris & Charles
P5 learned ‘ Healthy Lifestyle ‘
Gold Certificate: Jasmine
Silver certificate: Ava
Rocket Room learned ‘ The Traffic Jam’
Gold certificate : Marie
Silver certificates: Kamil & Ellie
P6 learned ‘ The Dream Machine ‘
Gold certificate : Caitlin
Silver Certificates : Kara & Jason
P7 learned ‘ To A Mouse ‘
Gold Certificate : Emre
Silver Certicates : Jasred & Molliie
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In January, P6 and P7 kicked things of with a Burn’s Supper. They served traditional haggis, neeps and tatties, read the Address tae a Haggis and performed many traditional dances, songs and tales. The rest of the school learned about scottish literature in this week – just ask P3/4 how scary Tam O’ Shanter is!
In March we had World Book Day celebrations to think about. Kaimhill School dressed entirely in pyjamas as if we were ready for a bedtime story. The classes each created a window in Literacy Lane for children to enjoy while lining up. These ranged from “The Smartest Giant in Town” to “Aliens in Underpants”. There were 4 different castle challenges on the day too.
The first was a Literacy Quick – tricky!
Another challenge was to make Gruffalo or Willy Wonka puppets – creative!
The third challenge was to write and perform a drama based fairytale – brave!
The last challenge was to write a group story.
For the infants, a storyteller came and told stories in a cozy, snuggly tent outisde – intresting!
And that was all before sport relief!
Keep looking up here to see Sports Relief and Easter photos and what is happening in the fourth term – Sports Week, Parents’ Evenings, outdoor learning, trips…The list is endless!
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A massive thank you to Mr Michael Kelbie for the brilliant pictures.