P1-3 had a great time today visiting the Riverside Museum. They had a jam packed day with touring the tall ship first thing, taking a part in a workshop, touring the museum and of course a visit to the shop!
Congratulations to those who were awarded with Successful Learner, Effective Contributor and Responsible Citizen recognition this term. I hope you have your certificates proudly displayed.
We were delighted to welcome our parents and carers into our classrooms today to showcase the children’s Harvest artwork. The children thoroughly enjoyed sharing the skills they have been learning in art with our parents and carers and it was lovely to see our parents and carers having a go at some of the techniques too! Thank you to all those who came to support this event.
Thank you also to those who contributed to our Harvest collection for the food bank and those who bought a raffle ticket for the Harvest hamper to raise funds for our school. Your continued support is very much appreciated.
We look forward to seeing you all again soon.
The Sustainability Committee informed the assembly today about the amount and types of litter that enter our playground from our community. They decided to create posters that we can display in our shop and community hall to encourage members of the community to bin their litter, not to drop it. The children worked hard using programmes on their iPads to create posters. Here are the children busy at work and some of our first drafts.
The children continue to be encourage to find active ways to travel to school. One option is to park and stride. This means, if you have to take the car, park the car a distance from the school and then walk the rest. If the children complete 4 active journeys every week they receive a badge at the end of the month. Well done to those achieving this.
It is important that the children record their journey every day in class so that we can identify who should be awarded with a badge.