Room 8 P7 had a lovely time this afternoon working with our Room 4 P2 reading buddies for our first Paired Reading session of 2020. P2 read their new books to P7 before finishing off with a nice story read by P7. Great teamwork.
On Friday Primary 7 visited Primary 2 for their last paired reading session of the year. As it was health week P2 brought some healthy snacks and had a little picnic outside whilst enjoying reading their books with their buddy.
It was a nice afternoon and a great way to end
our working together. We hope there won’t be too many tears when P7 say their goodbyes next week.
More of our fantastic pupils have been rewarded by their teachers at our infant assembly in the last 2 weeks. Well Done everyone!
Thanks to these talented pupils for sharing their success with us. We loved hearing about their many achievements in a variety of activities.
Primary 1/2 and Primary 2 celebrated their last week of Gymnastics by demonstrating the skills they had learned over the past few weeks.
Well done to they boys and girls for their excellent contribution to the assembly today. Room 4 were the best class and Room 2 and Room 4 shared the honour of being the best line this week. A big cheer for the children who were singled out for praise for their teachers this week too. Some pupils received Mrs Elliott Cards and some others were awarded May is the Month of Mary bookmarks. The pupils learned about the Rosary. Mrs Elliott asked if anyone who has a Rosary could bring it in next week.
Our annual Daffodil Tea will take place on Wednesday at 10.30am. All donations for this event are raised in aid of Marie Curie. We warmly welcome all parents and grandparents to join us for a cup of tea or coffee. Our Pr. 1 – 3 Easter Bonnet Parade will take place at 11.15, children will entertain with a song for spring.
Friday was a day of activity as children dresssed up as a character from their favourite book and got to share their learning with family and friends. Well done everyone for fantastic stories. We can’t wait to read them.
Mrs Elliott is so proud of these wonderful pupils who achieved awards for their excellent behaviour and attitude to learning. Keep up the good work!
Yesterday Primaries 1, 2 and 3 had a great time at their Christmas party and had a very special visitor.