P4/5 once again worked together and delivered some smoothies to the nursery children in the afternoon. They have shown maturity and confidence when serving and explaining to nursery boys and girls how they made each Smoothy.
P4/5 have worked together to make lots of different types of smoothies for the whole school. They demonstrated and explain how to make smoothies and set up stations for children to choose their favourite smoothies. The boys and girls in p4/5 have shown great team work today. Here are some photos….
Today we took part in a variety of activities to work on Getting Active as part of one of the 5 challenges for the BNF Healthy Eating Week. We set up our hall with 4 challenges (hula hoop, star jumps, skipping, shuttle runs) and kept a leaderboard of our scores. The winners with the highest scores will receive a prize at our assembly on Friday.
We also held a drop in club at lunch time to play one of our favourite games, DODGEBALL!
Today is the start of our healthy eating week. We had sessions for all classes to take part in fruit tasting. We enjoyed trying fruits we hadn’t tried before. P5/6/7a enjoyed the grapes, melon and watermelon the best. We have our trackers ready to keep all our challenge achievements.
We have been going to the cafe on a weekly basis for juice and biscuits, but this week we went for lunch. This gave us the opportunity to practice our social skills we have been working on and the opportunity to use our financial knowledge to pay for items and calculate change. Rolls and sausage and tomato soup……tasted good! Mmmmm!
We took part in a variety of microfitness activities today. We bounced on space hoppers, took part in Boxfit activities and worked out in the gym. A day of exercise and fun was had by all. One of our favourite activities was the archery.
This morning, Primary 1/2/3 had a wonderful treat! Mrs McCarron came to help us cook some delicious Frittatas using gruyere cheese, potatoes, smoked bacon, eggs, milk, worcester sauce, chives, sweetcorn and pepper.
The children learned about hygiene, safe knife skills; including the bridge cutting method, and how to use each utensil. The end results were fantastic and we all enjoyed trying our finished frittatas.