On the 30th of November it was St Andrew’s Day and every class did an activity to celebrate. Primary 1 read about the MacBear family who had a party every year hosted by Granny Agnes and Grandpa James. They decided to make bears to go to the party. They were all so good. Primary 2 coloured a Jigsaw of the Loch Ness Monster. They used different shades of blue and made it look so colourful. They had a lot of skill to draw the Loch Ness Monster they used a lot of shading skills. Primary 3 used paper plates to create a highland cow and read a wonderful story about an annoying cow that became not so annoying after he saved the rest of the cows from another cow. Primary 4 did an amazing version of the song called ‘Ye canny shove yer granny aff a bus’ They even brought Granny Agnes the puppet along. Primary 5 sang a lovely version of ‘Red yo yo’. Everyone enjoyed the song so much. Primary 6 sang the ‘Jeely Piece Song’ and Mrs Jamieson’s class had some really good choreography. Primary 7 did an amazing PowerPoint about St Andrew’s life which was very informative. They even did a play. All the acts and arts and crafts were amazing so give them all a quiet cheer!!
By Amy and Rebecca (KMG roving reporters)
UNCRC Article 31 Every child has the right to relax, play and take part in a wide range of cultural and artistic activities.