The Pupil Council organised a scrumptious morning with our friends and families. We enjoyed a Big Breakfast together with fruit salad, yogurt, toast, cereal, fruit juice, milk and pancakes all on the menu. A big thanks to our supportive parents for all the food donations and the money we’ll be sending to the STV Children’s appeal.
We had entertainers visiting our school and talking to us about their work in the entertainment industry. We heard about how you sometimes face setbacks but you have to be determined if you want something to work. They also talked to us about perseverance when you are trying to learn a new skill. We heard about their different jobs as actors in theatres, as writers creating shows and as directors helping other actors perform.
We enjoyed and learned many things….
I enjoyed doing the spinning plates because it was funny trying to start it off and I enjoyed the juggling because it was hard. I learned that It doesn’t work the first time so you shouldn’t give up.
I enjoyed blowing bubbles inside other bubbles. I learned that you can get gigantic bubble blowers.
I learned that you can blow bubble into bubble once they’re formed. I loved the bubble volcano because I thought it was interesting how they floated out.
I enjoyed the juggling with the harder balls. I learned that blowing into the bubbles is really not that hard.
I enjoyed playing with the ribbons because the ribbons were all different colours and it made me feel like it was a rainbow. I learned that you don’t have to go to university to be an entertainer but you can if you want to.
I enjoyed getting the bubble hat because it popped when the bubbles fell on it. I learned that bubbles can never be squares unless you trap them.
We’ve got new food being tried, girly girls in football kits, Mrs H not being allowed to talk, some pupils not being allowed to talk, Mrs Malcolm in bunches, pupils sharing embarrassing old photos, and many more uncomfy challenges going on.
Could not be prouder of our swim team. Not only did they win a host of rosettes but also the Village School Shield. Well done to Cara, Lucy, Kyle, Nathan, Campbell and Oliver. A great effort from each and every one of you .