There is also an opportunity for a community listening event which take place online and are an excellent opportunity for local people to have their voice heard and again to inform localised priorities for the community boards.
A surprise highlight today. We were programming our micro:bits to use in maths, showing a dice and as a random number generator. Aaron had his own idea and made a times table tester, that will show a question and then give the answer. This was in addition to rolling a dice on shake and giving a random number on button A! Certainly an independent learner.
Yesterday, we went to the Banton Park for the official opening. The Primary 7’s and Grace went to the park.
We were met by:
Provost Jean Jones
Councillor Heather Brannan-McVey
Colin Bruce, NLC Community Partnership Team
Catherine Moneypenny, Banton Park Committee
Shona Smith, Banton Park Committee.
Heather Brannan-McVey talked to us about how the Park wasn’t safe and they had to take it away and they said they might as well make a new one for everyone to enjoy. The banton Park committee helped us organise it. They also talked to us about the poster competition Which Jonah Kane won by 1 point! His picture will be part of the park on a giant board. You can see all our entries on the Biggies Blog.
After that we had 30 minutes of fun playing in the park.