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 C worked tirelessly on creating out super stall for the Garden Fayre. Our items sold out quickly! We would like to thank all those who came along and supported our amazing school. A great turnout as always. Hope you enjoyed the wonderful crafts created by our amazing pupils.
Primary C have been searching for the legendary local Black swan….sadly we haven’t managed to catch up with it yet but we are keeping our eyes peeled when out and about. We spent time down at Irvine beach hoping to catch a glimpse, we did spot some interesting birds on our way. As its summer time we have been planting and keeping our outdoor area clean and tidy. The Eco school committee set us a challenge and we readily accepted.
After all of our hard work we used the SMART board to design our very own garden. Lots of beautiful birds and plants to enjoy. The children really enjoyed making choices and being creative.
We hope to see everyone at out Garden Fayre tomorrow morning. Lots of surprises from our hard working team. Watch this space…….
We have been focusing on different things that you can see in the sky during night and day. The children loved lying outside on the grass (during a gorgeous sunny day) looking up at the sky to see what they could see. We were very lucky and saw a few planes, birds, butterflies, bees and even a paraglider!
Primary C has been busy exploring Spring. We have been ‘nature detectives’, both in our school sensory garden and out in the community during our road safety walks, searching for signs of Spring! We have also been investigating some of our nature finds back in class and even using them as an art material.
Check out our Grasshoppers!
Yesterday we had a fun filled afternoon watching a memorable performance of The Jungle Book. M&M productions know how to put on a show! We all explored the costumes, puppets, lights and sound in the brilliant sensory workshops too.
Today the classes joined together to make Easter themed hats and cards before staging our own parade. All proceeds and donations were in aid of a very special Brain Tumour charity we hold dear. Thank you to everyone for your efforts.
We are really loving the Spring themed activities on our first week back. Lots of music, dancing and tasty treats.
We hope everyone had a fabulous holiday and here’s to Easter 🐣