New P1’s for August came to visit today and were talking about what they are looking forward to doing in school.
Louie is looking forward to learning the ABC song
Olivia and Leah are looking forward to learning to write
Alysha is looking forward to reading story books
Logan is looking forward to learning numbers and counting to 1000.
Noah, Luke, Sheryl & Harry-James are looking forward to fishing for Phonics.
We look forward to seeing you all again next week.
Don’t forget to bring your adult with you as we have lots to tell them about too!
Lots of achievements to celebrate at Assembly today!
Check out the unusual visitor who has been spending time in P4.
Primary 4 realised the dining hall was becoming far too messy and so took it upon themselves to find a solution! They designed and created their own version of a ‘Waste Warrior’, using the Whitelees Warrior for inspiration. Leona and Eva both managed to create characters that were so fabulous Mrs Hunter and Mrs Oliver decided they should be combined. ‘Wendy The Waste Warrior’ was the outcome and both girls are thrilled!
Primary 4 also invented a brand new Waste Warrior song and proudly introduced and performed this in front of the whole school. Listen out for it in our summer show! Each day, Primary 4 are responsible for helping to keep the dining hall spick and span and give Dojos to the children who try hard to do the same.
They are pleased to announce that the Dining Staff have reported a remarkable improvement in the amount of mess left over, after lunch.
Well done Whitelees!
Check out P4b and P6a’s class blogs to find out more about their special celebration on Wednesday!
Thank you to the group of P4’s who made lovely cards to show their appreciation!
You are welcome boys and girls…great effort deserves great reward!
We are closed for an In-service day. I hope you have something lovely planned and our boys and girls return on Friday full of stories of their adventures!
Our new Primary 1 children for August, visited us today and were learning about the alphabet! They are all very smart as they were able to read lots of signs and show off their literacy talents.
“I liked the fish game, when I hooked up the ‘o’ ” – Oliver
” My Name begins with E!” – Eilidh
“I like the S for Sophie, my big sister!” – Jack
Our Primary 1’s were great teachers and are all set to be the perfect Chums!
“I’m showing Abbie how to do it” – Ewan
“Mrs Oliver, look at what Harvey is doing!” – Jamie
“It’s cool and I get to help people” – Leah
” I showed Abbie how to make ‘at’ ” -Aiden
We look forward to seeing you again next Wednesday 13th for a Purposeful Play session!