As part of International Week Chris Charalambous (Chef / Parent) visited P4 /5 and made traditional Greek stuffed vine leaves (Ntolmades).
A huge thank-you to all the parents / carers who attended P5/4’s Maths workshop.
We hope you found it useful.
Today we created a questionnaire using the software Microsoft Forms. Since this is Walk to School Week, we decided to use this opportunity to find out how children travel to school.
We emailed our form to Primary 7. Once they respond to our questionnaire, we will communicate the result via the blog
I love the new MUGA. I enjoy playing football because there is a lot of space to move around. If you fall you’re protected because you’re not falling on concrete”, said Elliott.
“The MUGA is fun to play in. I’m looking forward to using it over the next couple of weeks”, said Thomas
“I love playing in the MUGA. Its so much fun. Looking forward to playing hockey”, Lyle.
Yesterday we visited Hawthorn Court. This was our second visit. I met with June who told me all about her knitting. She has knitted for the sick babies at the Queen Elizabeth Hospital. She has also made blankets for people in wheelchairs. These blankets are special because they have pockets to keep personal belongings. June’s knitting is so good that she has her work published in the Guiness Book of World Records – she’s even met the Queen!
I showed June my beautiful scarf. It took me three months to knit my scarf and I always love wearing it…it is so cosy.
I love a Wednesday afternoon when I go to Hawthorn Court. It’s so nice meeting new people and learning all about them. I am already looking forward to next week. By Shuna
Olivia and I met two lovely ladies yesterday afternoon. We played Junior Bingo and unfortunately we lost. I also talked about my favourite book Famous Five, by Enid Blyton. By Darcy
Yesterday Scott and I met Norman. Norman loves football and he told me all about his visit to Wembley in 1966 when Scotland and England played in the World Cup. I showed him my world Cup book and Scott told him all about his visits to football matches. By Christopher
Well done to you all for your homework art submissions. They are so good I’ve decided to include them all.
This term we will be learning about Innovative Scots and the impact they have had on our lives. We have also been given the opportunity to invent and design our own inventions and pitch them to Busby’s very own Dragons’ Den. The groups will have to impress the fearsome dragons with their entrepreneurial skills to win the prize. The panel members and prize will be revealed at a later date. Invitations to attend Busby’s Dragons’ Den will also be issued nearer the time.