La tete!

We have been learning French vocabulary for parts of our body. For this lesson we did a beetle drive style activity. We had to say the French words before we could draw each part of the head. We also had to say the number rolled on the dice in French. We had great fun and became very competitive!

World Book Day!

We spent the day doing literacy activities. We focused on rhyming words and creating chapters for our own class book- How to trap a dragon!

Check out our super World Book Day Costumes!

Bounce Back!

Yesterday we learned about about feelings and the different moods that we might have. We know it’s important to recognise our own feelings and spot how other people are feeling because then we know how we can help them. This is part of the Bounce Back program we are beginning to use to promote resilience within pupils.

The first thing we did was look at different facial expressions and guess what feelings we thought they might be. Then we read the story, ‘The Good Mood Hunt.’ After that we went on our own mood hunt around the school. Then we drew around our partners and discussed where we might feel different emotions in our body.

Class Newsletter Term 3

Please find attached our Class Newsletter for this term.

class-newsletter Term 3


Today P2 used Numicon to help them investigate mystery numbers to twenty. We found out that we could use our number bonds to 10 to help us. If we know that 2+8=10, then we could apply that knowledge to figure out the sum   12+ ?= 20.

Burns’ Day Celebrations!

As part of our Burns’ Day celebrations we took part in a whole school ceilidh. P2 danced to The Canadian Barn Dance. P3 danced to both the Canadian Barn Dance and The Military Two Step. We all worked hard to stay in time to the music, create precise movements and work well with our partner.

Outdoor Learning at the Burnie

Yesterday Miss Roberts led a super outdoor learning session for our class at the Burnie. We used our local environment to develop our knowledge and understanding of shape and measure. We also applied our understanding of adjectives by describing features of the Burnie.

Measuring the circumference of trees!

A twig hexagon!

A twig square!

Christmas Enterprise!

As well as selling our very popular Snowflake headboppers at the Christmas Fair, our class also completed work in our school community as part of our Enterprise Project. Our community outreach workers worked with different classes throughout the school, running workshops to create individual decorations for every child in the school. These were then displayed on our school Christmas tree!


Christmas Party Time!

Yesterday we enjoyed our Christmas Party organised by P7. We played musical chairs, the mannequin challenge, pass the parcel and had a best dancer competition. Some of us even won prizes!

Christmas Jumper Day

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