We know – it’s early but we want to be well prepared! Our project has two parts to it. First we have been given a design challenge to design and make a Christmas textile gift for a family member. We might need help to get some of the materials depending on how ambitious each design is!
The second part of our project is to set up a Christmas enterprise project and treat it like a real business so we are starting with the finances. We will be writing letters to set up a business loan, organising a St Andrew’s Talent Show and looking for discount prices to get some stock. It’s going to be another busy, exciting term. We will invite parents and friends with personal invitations nearer the concert date which will probably be on Thursday, 28th November around 11am.
Mrs M-H & P4/5
We are very proud of Anna who successfully completed a 5K run for Run for Smiles and raised £70 for the Highland Hospice! Anna posed with her lovely medal for our class blog and was also awarded a Highland Hospice Thank You Certificate for her efforts. Because she raised over £50 in sponsor money she will also be in the Highland Hospice draw for an IPad at their Christmas Fayre on 16th November.
Well done, Anna. We are very proud of you.
Mrs M-H & P4/5
Today we wrote a diary entry about term 1, filled out an evaluation of our Body topic and found out which team won the Verb Poster Competition! The Lego Ladies were presented with treats for their winning poster and the Healthy Hearts were the runner-ups! Well done to all the groups for the effort they put into the verb task this week.
This afternoon we had a special assembly. First we had a man from Hilton Church who taught us a great action song then he did a puppet show which was hilariously funny. We loved it! His act was called Out of the Box. It was also an achievers assembly and Helen was awarded the Pupil of the Month for September for being kind, helpful, supportive of others, good at sports and classwork and encouraging others. Well done, Helen!
We hope everyone has a great holiday and that they keep safe and healthy.