Claire in Primary B organised for some of our primary pupils to have a private, autism friendly viewing of ‘How to Train Your Dragon 2’ at the Odeon Kilmarnock. Special thanks to Claire and to the staff in the Odeon who made the trip a special one.
Primary A, B and C have been busy carrying out our annual Spring clean. We all came together to learn about recycling and sorting our rubbish into different bins. Linsey lead a great session with some songs about litter picking and recycling. We then all went outside to collect any litter we could find and sort it into the correct bins. Well done everyone and thank you Linsey for organising it all.
On Friday 16th March we had a dress up or dress down day in aid of Sport Relief. The whole school came together to get their Strictly Come Disco on partied the afternoon away. We decorated with disco balls that the pupils made and had sensory lights. Everyone had a great time and we raised £66.00 for Sport Relief.
Well done everyone!!!
HS moving around playing Keepy Uppy with the balloons.
Our annual Burns Brunch event took place on February the 8th. It was well attended by both parents and the local community. Everyone joined in with the scottish country dancing, clapped along with the procession and address to the haggis and the skits performed by the primary classes. Then we had some scottish delicacies (haggis, neeps and tatties.)
It was a huge success and a fantastic experience for all our pupils to be involved in. We would like to thank everyone for their support and hope to see you next year 🙂
The pupils have had great fun and participated in all the activities which have been well organised and planned for our pupils. The sports coaches have been involved in making the activities fun and challenging for all needs.
Primary B wish everybody a Happy New Year! We’ve had a very busy start to the term so far. After exchanging all our festive news this week, we decided to make snow. We had great fun throwing snowballs at each other and across the classroom!
We have also been busy creating artwork for the Show Racism the Red Card competition. This year’s theme was Nelson Mandela 27. The children all helped to choose a quote and then we made the artwork using all our favourite colours.
This week we have commemorated Remembrance Sunday and made a Poppy to remember all those who gave their lives in conflict. We used it to represent the memorial in Saltcoats as part of ‘Oor Toon’ topic.
We also had great fun this week making ‘Clean Mud’ with soap and tissue paper. It smelt lovely and we really enjoyed moulding shapes with it and spreading it all over our trays!
This week Primary B had fun with Halloween Craft. We decorated pumpkins to look like doughnuts. We had a great time messing with paint and scattering sprinkles! We hope our families enjoyed looking at them as much as we enjoyed making them.
A bonus post this week as it’s the October Holidays next week! This week during our Action in the Community walk. Our challenge was to catch autumn leaves from under the trees and to gather them from the ground.