Kilbowie Day 3 another Great day.
Davyid and Jack had another amazing day, you can listen to them above. They did Banton proud, joining in and succeeding at all the tasks, making friends and working with others.
And a Couple of Crash Gifs:
We have arrived and finished our first day already. Have a listen to David & Jack.
Both boys worked well with pupils from the other schools while orienteering.
Off to bed now as a busy day tomorrow.
Today we went to the school hall to do a harvest assembly and we all took are places and action we started. The back row stood up and starting with a introduction Emily and Aaliyah did that and then we started.
And we started talking about thanking people for bringing in the food for this assembly. The biggies made some fruit and vegetables art inspired by Arcimboldo. We sang big red combine harvester. Then the p4 and 3’s made little poems and sang harvest samba. Then finally the p1’s and 2’s sang dingle dangle scarecrow. Then Mr Macanaly said some words.
At the end we sung our school song the clapped and then Mrs McLoud talked about how well we did. The parents, grandparents and guests went got some food and drink.
Friday the 12th of October 2018.
Today the JRSO’s (junior road safety officers) Me and Jessica organised a be bright be seen day for the end of term. This was because in October it’s is be bright be seen month. A couple of days ago me and Jessica wrote a letter to Mrs McLeod then Mrs Rae told Mrs McLeod and that’s what we are doing today. We are going to do a word search and make a t-shirt.
The assembly was better than we thought it would be but it was nerve racking when we first stood up. We had to talk about wearing bright clothes at night so the drivers can see you crossing the road. Then we watched a power point on what you can wear that is bright like a reflective jackets or a reflective wrist band. And after we watched the power point on people wearing bright clothes we played a game, And the game was about looking to see if the people that where crossing the road where wearing bright clothes.
One of our pupils got bagpipes for his birthday. Amazing Skill. Happy Birthday and we hope your bagpipes return to give us another tune.