We have a number chess enthusiasts in our class and I am delighted that they all received a certificate, or a medal, for competing in the Delaney UK Schools Chess Challenge: the world’s largest chess competition. Some of them are even through to the Megafinal. Well done boys!
Some of our Primary 5s had a very busy weekend. We had a few of you participating in a chess tournament and someone else winning a speed skating competition. These confident individuals achieved great success and should be very proud of themselves: we certainly are! Well done to each and everyone of you!
We have a couple of stars in our class this week who achieved great success in recent competitions. Our chess champion gained the most points during an in-house challenge where she was up against a number of our Primary 6 and Primary 7 pupils. We also have a judo star in our midst who competed in his first competition at the weekend. I am delighted to say he came second and received a silver medal.
Watch this space as I am pretty sure we will be seeing many more trophies and medals being won by these two in the future. A HUGE well done to both of you!
This weekend a few of you were awarded medals and trophies for your involvement in a variety of clubs and sports: football, swimming and chess. A huge well done to each of you for your great effort!
Over the summer a number of children in our school took part in the Animal Agents Summer Reading Challenge run by the library. Today at our assembly they were presented with their medals and certificates. Here are the avid readers from our class who took part. A HUGE well done to each of you!
Last week for maths homework you completed a set of worded problems. In class I showed you how to set your answers out in your jotter. All workings (calculations) were to be shown and a sentence answer was to be given.
Here are some examples of good work. The layout is just how it should be!