Wednesday is a non uniform day for senior pupils based in classes at Woodfarm High School.
Our Primary 1 pupils are all settling in well to their new classes and enjoying their activities.
Senior pupils rehearsing for Bollywood dance as part of the Woodfarm High school’s dance showcase at Eastwood Theater this evening, 7:00PM
Some of the fun learning experiences our pupils have participated in this week, in the classroom and outdoor learning.
Great start to the week in IMS.
All classes have settled back into the new term and excited for all the learning that is going to taking place.
This morning classes Yell, Unst and Fetlar visited St Mungo’s Museum to participate in a Holocaust workshop. The content was upsetting and our pupils responded to it in a mature manner – and, as usual, represented IMS responsibly.
How clean is your school?
Today pupils from Classes Yell, Unst and Fetlar joined
fellow WoodfarmHigh pupils to participate in a Community
Thankfully the sun was shining.
Busy morning at Isobel Mair School with lots of learning taking place.
Class Harris have been making a banana loaf as part of their Health & Wellbeing.
Skills involved include: following a recipe, measurement, team work, using utensils and safety in the kitchen.
Class Jura have been reading their favourite books and chatting to each other about the stories.
Class Sanda have been working at the SMARTBoard and R has been using her PODD communication book to chat with her teacher. She said she was feeling sunny and silly!
Class Staffa and Skye were excited to be working on numeracy skills this morning, differentiated teaching skills to meet individual needs.
Independence skills at snack time is promoted throughout the school. Pouring juice into the cups with no spillage is a tricky job but look at the concentration on her face.
Watch this space for more updates from the classes.
Class Lewis had a very busy Monday morning working in small groups during their Maths & Numeracy and Literacy targets.
Zain and Joey worked independently using Education City.
Great work everyone.
Remember to take part in I am Team GB tomorrow.
On Saturday 27 August, we’re teaming up with our returning lottery-funded Olympic heroes to create the nation’s biggest ever sports day, I Am Team GB – and you’re invited!
Brought to you by The National Lottery and ITV, there will be lots of great ways to get involved, including thousands of fun, free events across the country.
Say you’re in today – and see what’s happening near you!
Check out our new school picture hosted on the Home page of website.
Staff modelling Communication in the adventure room
using Proloquo2go app on the iPad.
Dylan, one of our primary pupils from class Staffa is climbing Ben Nevis this weekend to raise funds for Scottish Autism. If you would like to sponsor him, you can donate via ‘just giving’ page https://www.justgiving.com/fundraising/DylanMackenzie or send in a donation via the school diary.
Any support would be gratefully appreciated and I’m sure you will join us in wishing Dylan the very best for his challenge.
Delighted to have a visit from one of our ex pupils Daniel Forrest.
Daniel travelled independently from Greenock by public transport, train and bus to come say hello to all his old friends and staff.
It was lovely to see him and hear all about his time at college.
Ross came to introduce himself to the Family Centre
Children during their visit to class Iona this morning.
We are all so proud of Rachel Stoll.
She has successfully lost 1stone 1lb in 8 weeks.
Well done Rachel.
Classes Orkney & Shetland are singing at Crookfur Homes this afternoon.
Delighted to share some art work by one of our senior pupils Lee Carrigan. He is very proud of work.