I had so much fun this red nose day because we had a lot of fun activities like the funniest joke competition, Cookie sales and the red nose day Sponsored shout out. The school also raised a lot of money for comic relief. Red nose day was so fun and I hope the school will do something similar next red nose day.
In reading today the authors(my reading group) were writing about the Queens nose. Mr. Clark put two Questions on the board and we had two write a paraghraph answring the questions in our language jotter. The two questions were Do you think Harmony is selfish and Do you think it was a satisfactory ending. . We had to put lots of detail in our paraghraph and I wrote two pages. Then we had to stick our censory image into our jotter. We had been working on the censory image for a while. We used A4 paper and I done mine like a tree. I used three pens for beggining, middle and end. It was really fun reading The Queens Nose and i enjoyed doing reading today.
Here are some lovely pictures of the children in P6 enjoying the traditional games of Victorian times. The children are playing with the Whip and Peerie, Gird and Cleat, Diablos, skipping, ball games and hoopla. Thank you to our kind Grandma for letting us borrow these games.
As part of our Interdisciplinary topic on The Victorians, P6B made traditional Victorian bread. We started the morning using our maths skills to measure and weigh the ingredients, then using the clock we timed how long each part of the process would take. We also used our language skills to write about our experience of making bread in the traditional way.
The class had a fantastic time baking but now realise the hard work that went into making just one loaf of bread, I doubt any of the boys or girls would like to be a Victorian kitchen maid and get up at 4am to start cooking. please look at our pictures below and leave some comments for the class.
The children in Bay 19’s Authors reading group have been reading the Queen’s Nose by Dick King-Smith. They have been debating the suggestion that the main character, Harmony, acts selfishly throughout the book. They looked for quotes and references to support their opinion. They used the class dictaphone to record their excellent debate.
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Today was Red Nose Day. All the pupils had to pay a pound to dress down and have crazy hair. Primary 7’s were coming round the classes with cookies for 35p each. The cookies had white sugar icing with raisins for eyes, a cherry for the nose and melted chocolate for the mouth! We did a sponsored shout out in which we shouted RED NOSE DAY, COMIC RELIEF, HELP and HAVE FUN. Although it was a special event we still had to do our normal work. At the assembly evryone learned a new song and we did the Hokey Cokey! At the end of the day it was Golden Time. Everyone was sent to their activities including paper crafts, arts and crafts, mask making, baking, outdoor games, dancing, pampering, own games, infant helpers and much,much more.
Every Friday primary 6s are allowed to go to the nursery to play with the children in morning and afternoons. Two children get to go in the morning and two get to go in the afternoon its really great fun. The staff really like our help.
On a Friday morning they decide who is star of the week . They have a little flower shop that they pretend that they sell flowers to people. There is a little quiet corner were they can just relax, they can also read books. There is also the sand pit that three people can play with it at a time. The staff are very kind and they make sure everything is okay.
by Megan and Amieelee
Last week we began learning about Passover. Today we finished learning about all the different plagues. Some of us explained the different plagues using pictures of them and some of us started retelling the story using our dictaphones. Here you can listen to some of the story and see some of our pictures of the plagues with descriptions.
Introduction by Brian:
Introduction by Elle:
Introduction by Morgan:
Introduction by Elle:
Plague 1: Blood
Plague 2: Frogs
Plague 3: Gnats
Plague 4: Flies
Plague 5: Plague on livestock
Plague 6: Boils
Tuesday of this week was Dictaphone Day where the classes were encouraged to use their dictaphones. In P6a we do writing on Tuesday mornings and this week we wrote recounts all about our trip to the Scotland Street School. We decided it would be a good idea to record some of our recounts on the dictaphones and here are the results:
In golden time in p 6 and 7 we have been splitting up into bays there are four bays. In Miss Cunningham’s class there is baking/cooking ,paper craft and infant helpers in Mrs Fullerton’s class there is outdoor games and you can go into the learning bay. In Miss Schoenhofen class there is arts and crafts, gaint games you can go to the dinning room and dance. Miss Brogan’s class does pampering and own games. I think the new golden time is great because it is a bigger choice