Illustrations from Chapter 4:
Note that this recording was made on an iPad mini using the Bossjock App. It’s a great way to make radio style programs and we should have a bit of fun with this.
It’s been the first week of the summer holidays and this year we have sun and success; hurrah for the weather and Andy Murray!
I’ll be updating the blog over the next couple of weeks with a backlog of pics from our adventures during last term. I’ll also be doing the same as last year where I’m going to complete the P4-7 class reader, The Otterbury Incident, chapter by chapter so look out for those. I think I may set some competition around that too.
If anyone is bored over the holidays here’s some stuff to do. Please note, none of this stuff is compulsory (you don’t have to do it), in fact I would rather you were out having fun and enjoying the good weather, however sometimes there’s nowt doing in the hols:
Good luck with any of the above. Post a comment below if you are stuck.
Otherwise, enjoy the weather, take care of yourselves and have a great summer.
Last week Mr Pickles held an assembly with the whole school, during the assembly he presented awards to the children.
Mhairi, Emily, Ellie, Fergus, Sandy Adam and Hannah got an award to taking part in the Lacrosse Tournament
Cassidy, Fergus and Amy got awards for attending Lockerbie Manor
Sarah, Tegan and Molly got the Star Pupil Awards for the P1 – 3 class
Mark, Ellie, Duncan and James C got awards for their 100% attendance
Well done to all the children.
Primary 5 to 7 children took part in the Sprint Relay Race at Everholm. Well done to all the chidlren who took part in the race, they all had a great time and did their best for the school.
On Friday the 7th June we had our Sports Day. It was a beautiful afternoon for Sports Day and all the children had a wonderful afternoon. Thank you to all the staff for helping make the afternoon run smoothly, and thank you to all the parents who made it along to watch the children. Finally thank you to Mr McBain for taking photographs of the afternoon.
The rag bags were collected last Thursday, we are still waiting to see how much we have collected but we will put it on the notice board when we find out. Thank you to everyone who brought in rag bags, and a special thank you to Mrs Clark who helped load the lorry.