Tag Archives: Enterprise

Stars Pea Head and Car Ramp Activities

Mrs Logan has been busy making the Pea Head person from this week’s blog. She decorated a cup with a face, filled it with compost and planted seeds in it. It will be kept well watered in her greenhouse. Mrs Logan used cress seeds instead of peas. She will send you a photo once the cress ‘hair’ has grown.

Mrs Chisholm has built a car ramp with her children. They are having great fun racing cars and seeing how far the cars travel if you make the ramp steeper.

Why don’t you try making these. Send in some photo’s if you do.

Have Fun! Stay Safe! ❤😊

FAOL – ECO – Responsible Consumption and Production

The Stars class made a recycling poster and discussed how we can recycle at home. We decorated a canvas bag so that we can use it every time we go on outings to save using throw away plastic bags. On a supermarket outing we recycled used batteries from the school.


50 Things – Boat Trip and Burns Activities

The Stars class had fun creating paper boats and checking whether they would float or not. Thankfully they did! We will take our boating pond outside in the better weather. We enjoyed Burns activities this week making oatcakes and a Robert Burns silhouette picture. The Scottish songs were good too.


Enterprise – Café Time

Our café opened today for the first time of 2020, Sunflowers were our first customers.

All pupils had a role within our team, they were all effective contributors and fulfilled their roles to ensure we had very happy customers.

We sang a ‘Good Luck’ song for Miss Campbell and then our café workers entertained their customer by singing and signing ‘Shotgun’.



It’s Beginning to feel a lot like Christmas!

This week we were very lucky and got to go a trip to the cinema to see Spiderman.  Everyone was very responsible as it was very busy with a lot of other schools. Spiderman was clearly a very popular film choice for the Into Film Festival.

Meanwhile the rest of the week has been feeling a lot like Christmas in November, everyone worked together and were all effective contributors to create our Enterprise item, Candy cane Elves to sell at the Christmas market.

We pieced together our class igloo and added some lights, we have all had great fun taking it in turn to lie in the igloo and look through the star shapes that are cut out the roof.

Cameron enjoyed pretending to be a walking igloo, once he realised his head could fit through the roof.