Junior sports leader’s is a club of p5-7’s getting coached to coach the p1-4’s to be more active and have fun.
Julie from active schools came in to talk to us about how to be a Junior Sports Leader. We got booklets of how to be a junior sports leader. Julie quickly ran through session 1 of the booklet and then she teaches us some warm up games like Tig, What’s the time Mr Wolf and other games.
Now Julie went onto the main games like Ice Cube where we couldn’t be seen moving. And we obviously had to start with a warmup game which was tig and we also made our own obstacle courses. And then we tidied up and we are to do session 2 in our little booklet.
Today we went to the k’nex challenge at Kilsyth academy and we had to build a go cart and it had to have 4 wheels 1 seat 25 cm tall and 30cm wide or under. And you had to make it have a steering mechanism to turn. And there was 7 schools and we came 1ST!!! Then Ballmaloch was the runner up aka 2nd place. And I got sweets and 2 pencils and so did Fulton. But the other Banton team lost a mark because their cart was to wide. But they got 3rd!!!
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.
There’s a new shop in Banton and it’s got lots. Every 2 weeks on Sunday it gets restocked. It was opened by a man called Mark Louden.
Anyway you can get your everyday stuff like milk water food even sweets and it’s child friendly so no alcohol or anything that is not child friendly.
There’s a competition of a logo for it so you go in the shop and there’s drawings on the walls there the logos.
You can vote for one and the one with the most votes wins. And all of them were made by Banton Primary by the primary 4’s 5’s 6’s and 7’s.
Bug life came in to speak with us and spoke about mud snails. There going to leave us some mud snails to look after for them to grow up to adult snails to increase the population.
Buglife explained what there about, mud snails are rare and there only 7 ponds in Scotland where they live.
⁃ Activity 1) Colour a snail in and put a fact on it’s shell then name them.
⁃ Activity 2) Match snails by there adult and there baby snail.
⁃ Activity 3) Word-search things to do with mud snails and colour 3 bugs/insects in.