Our children watched a theatre production called “Hope” on Thursday afternoon. The show was all about dealing with conflict and how people can be forgiven for their actions. They were so inspired that they wrote their own scenes, raps and songs( in their free time) and performed them for the rest of the class.
This week may have been short but we’ve had lots of fun!
On Thursday we made beautiful Mardi Gras masks with Miss Dezell using lovely gems and shiny paper, we were very excited to take them home today.
We started to talk about our new topic – The Future! We all had some great ideas about what we would like to learn about and were thinking about robots a lot! Someone mentioned that they wanted a robot that would tidy their room for them, don’t we all?!
We were very lucky to learn about St. David’s day at the P5/6 assembly today, we thought their dancing was excellent!
Looking in to next week, we have our trip to Belmont Picture House on Wednesday, we can’t wait!
P1 and P1/2 had a visit, this week, from a fire crew with their fire engine. The children got to look around the fire engine and even climb up and have a seat in it! Some wanted to try on the fire fighting outfits they brought with them.
Do you like learning about square numbers? Do you like using digital technology? Do you like showing square numbers using digital technology? If the answer to all these questions was “Yes!” then Primary 6 is the place to be. On Thursday, we explored square numbers by representing them visually using Colour Magic. We hope you like them.
It’s been a very exciting day in primary 2! This morning we had lovely Shae and Hayley visiting us from Lush on Union Street. They gave us some lovely ideas about reducing plastic packaging and we were lucky enough to make our very own bubble bar to take home! The whole classroom and corridor had a lovely smell all day!
We also enjoyed a picnic at the end of the day as part of our topic on the Lighthouse Keeper book series by Ronda and David Armitage!
Children’s Mental a Health Week isn’t February 3-11! This week we created some information posters to put up around the school. During Bounce Back, we participated in some activities to remind us to have fun and feel good! Some activities included tongue twisters, and tangram puzzles.
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