Recycling art – Jar Tealights

On Friday we made some tealight holders by re-using glass jars we had been collecting. We covered them with squares of tissue paper and a thin layer of watered down glue. We added some sequin sparkles around the top to make them look even more special. Keep looking out for more recycled art over the coming weeks!

This Superstar liked them so much she went home and made her own!

Look what I made!

More planting

Careful measuring required!

Some of us visited the allotment on Tuesday with Mrs Finlayson and Mrs Stewart to plant some onions. You can see our new raised beds in the photographs.

We took our rulers and had to check that we were planting them 10cms apart.

I wonder what we will plant next?

Allotment

We'll be growing some of these!

A wee group of us went over to the allotment at lunchtime with Mrs Stewart and Mrs Finlayson. We dug another trench and planted some more potatoes.

We are really excited because the raised beds are going to be built next week.

Ready for work.
Working together.

World Book Day

A friendly scarecrow!
Who's this scary witch?

Yesterday was World Book Day.  We were able to come to school dressed as book characters.  We had a special box of books delivered to our classroom which we could choose to read from all week.  The whole school has been taking part in a sponsored reading project to try to raise money for more reading books for the school.

Six princesses and a Spongebob!

We made 3D collages of people reading for a new display outside the ICT suite.

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