The children of primary 4-7 were very lucky to receive a visit from the author Gill Arbuthnott on Friday. She spoke about her new book A Secret Diary of the First World War and the children had the opportunity to buy this book and have it signed by Gill.
Gill shared lots of interesting information about the main character in the book and told us about lots of things she learned herself whilst researching for this book. We really enjoyed her visit !
A reminder that the book fair will take place in the dining hall on Monday 5th of November for P5, P6 and P7 children.
A selection of books suitable for all ages will be available for you to view and purchase if you wish.
Parents are invited to come along at the appropriate times to assist their child to make a choice. If you are unable to come, the class teacher will assist your child.
Our JRSO officers spoke with confidence at our Assembly highlightling European Day without a Road Death 19/9/18. They also gave a quick run down of the exciting things they have coming up. They are starting their Friday Club for interested pupils working on the word search competition on the JRSO Website and they will be collecting entries for the Road Safety Calendar Competition next week.
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.
Our Charter Champions started their lunchtime club today. They were discussing and planning a range of activities that will help us work towards Scotland’s Charter for aTobacco Free Generation. We will keep you posted! #tobaccofree @ASHScotland @QuitYourWay
Our partnership with the lunch club at Abronhill Parish Church continues. Here are some Primary 7s developing their skills for life, learning and work, they are also making connections with their place in the local community. #DYWScot
Room 16 enjoyed their last session of cooking today. They are very excited to taste their very own Kilbowie Energy Bars!
Today the P7s have been given the challenging of designing their own theme park. They have a budget of 4 million pounds to spend but also have very strict building regulations they have to stick to. They are having to use their problem solving skills to complete a first draft of their theme park and use their number skills to work to a strict budget. They are working together to solve any problems they come across and share any ideas they have. It has been great watching and listening to them during these discussions.