Lola’s exploding volcano 🌋
Travis’s exploding volcano 🌋
Ella worked very hard on her exploding volcano. Super job Ella, well done👍🏻
Go along to St Maurice’s High and enjoy the fireworks display organised by North Lanarkshire Council. A great local Guy Fawkes event for families.
Sunday 4th November 2018
The fireworks begin at 7.30pm.
Car parking is available at Broadwood Stadium and a limited amount of parking at St Maurice’s High School.
Poppies will be on sale throughout the school from Monday 5th November for Remembrance Day. Poppies will cost 20p and will be brought around the classes for children to buy.
Today we had the opportunity to try out some modern day ration packs that soldiers eat. We then had to compare what was inside a modern day ration pack to a ration pack of a soldier during WW2. We had great fun trying the different snacks and meals inside.
Room 16 having been learning all about WW1. On Wednesday we had the opportunity to compare and contrast the rations soldiers would have had during WW1 and the rations modern day soldiers have. We even had the opportunity to try out some beans and chicken sausages. Some of us seemed to enjoy the rations more than others.
Primary 4 have had a very busy day today. We started our morning off by exploring the features of a report and then we completed a tricky maths lesson where we learned how to partition 2 digit numbers and explored number patterns. We finished off the day discussing what we know about Harvest with our shoulder partner and we wrote this down on a spider diagram.