In assembly Mrs Ferguson told us about the design a lion competition for Paisley 2021. We have to design our lion on a piece of paper.
If you win you will get 100 house points and the lion will be decorated with your design. If you give it a try you will get 10 house points. The winner will be announced before the end of Term. Good luck!
There is a sunflower competition that has started and your sunflower might be outside in the school garden!
Here are instructions on how to grow a sunflower:
- Get all the equipment you need like plant pot, compost, seeds and watering can.
- Put soil in the plant pot.
- Poke a hole in the soil.
- Get a seed and drop the seed in the hole.
- Cover the seed up with soil.
- Then water it.
Here are some pictures of our school garden…isn’t it looking beautiful!
Mrs Stevenson told us about how you can make funny photos with your computer. She got some things from her work and we got to see them. She made funny photos of the teachers! All of my class liked the photos of the teachers.
It has become a tradition in our school at Easter time for children to bring an Easter Egg to school on the day we close for Easter. These eggs are then distributed by Co-operative Funeral Care to less fortunate children in our area. We hope to continue this and I ask that each child bring a small Easter Egg in for our Easter Service on 24 March 2016.
Sunday 6th March was Mother’s day and at West it’s tradition to do a mother or carer competition . In each class there is a winner but to win in your class you have to write a few nice things about your mother/carer. The schools winners were: 3rd place was a primary 3, 2nd place was a primary 2 and in 1st was a joint winner a brother and sister.
Last week Ann McCann came in to talk about her job. She works in Renfrewshire Council. She is a member of the HR section. She talked about lots of different jobs in the council. She talked about swimming teachers, gardeners and lots of different jobs. It was very interesting.
Primary 3 have been making frozen berry yogurt in class, when we got to taste it, we all thought it was delicious.
To make the Frozen Berry Yoghurt you need these ingredients:
- Natural or Greek yoghurt
- Frozen berries – Blueberries, strawberries and raspberries
You mix all the ingredients together in a blender until you get a nice creamy mixture and then put it in the freezer for one hour or overnight. Take it out of the freezer and enjoy!
We learned a song about the Frozen Berry Yoghurt for our presentation on Friday. Mrs Moore, Mrs Campbell and Mrs New taught us the song, All of our teachers were impressed with our singing. The whole class really enjoyed it.