Joe Wicks is holding live PE lessons at 9am Mon-Fri on his You Tube channel for children of all ages.
Enjoy taking part.
The children from our Nursery have enjoyed the weather becoming better to get out on our bikes.
A huge well done to our netball players who travelled to Brae on Friday evening to compete against teams from Unst, Brae and Yell. They won two tough games and lost one.
As always, a big thank you to parental volunteers for providing transport for our players to ensure these fixtures can take place. 🙂
With Up Helly Aa season firmly underway in Shetland the boys and girls at Bell’s Brae had their own ‘hop’. This followed a block of traditional dancing taught by Mrs Redfern and the class teachers. All pupils and staff had great fun!
On Tuesday, Primary 1 enjoyed their ‘Teddy Bears’ Picnic’ as part of their ‘Toys’ topic.
As it was Pancake Day, we enjoyed making and eating pancakes for our picnic. So did our teddies!
Primary One continue to enjoy their weekly “social snack”.
We take turns preparing the snack by spreading, grating, mixing, cutting, rolling and slicing different food items.
We like to talk about what we are eating; discussing foods we like and foods we are not so sure about. Eating a snack together encourages us to ‘try’ different foods we maybe haven’t tried before.
Today, we made Valentine’s cakes 🙂
During Term 1, Primary 6 have been undertaking weekly “Young Leaders” training sessions with Active Schools Co-ordinator, Sanna Aitken. The children have been learning lots of new games and how to teach these safely, as after the October holidays they will be given the opportunity to be playground “buddies” for Primary 1-4. P6s have really risen to the challenge, and led a P.E. lesson in the gym with Primary 2 before receiving their “Young Leaders” certificates last week. They have set a great example as they settle in to life on the top floor at Bell’s Brae!
Every Friday, 1 pupil from each Primary 1 class take time to prepare a snack for all P1 pupils. We call it our social snack as we enjoy taking time to eat and talk about our snack together. Each class brainstormed suggestions for what we could make.
We made scones this week – they were delicious!