Thanks to all our parents and siblings who came to our Stay and Play day and helped us prepare for SMUHA. We had a fab morning and everyone was just so busy. Your shield biscuits looked and tasted amazing.
It was great to catch up with parents and for you to have the opportunity to see your child’s learning.
The biscuits looked amazing. I wonder who decorated the best shield biscuit?
We had a fabulous Christmas Party on Wednesday shared with parents. It was a magical morning spent with Santa who arrived in a Fire Engine because there was nowhere to land his sleigh!
Big thanks to the Sumburgh Local Authority Fire Brigade for rescuing Santa from a field and bring him to our party and big thanks to Santa for travelling so far to come and visit us. The bairns thoroughly enjoyed chatting with Santa and finding out all about his reindeers and elves.
We loved playing all the party games……
….but the highlight was definitely our Gingerbread House building competition! Great to have so many parents and family involved and who better to judge the winner for best Gingerbread House, than SANTA himself!
Just look at the amazing creations that were made by everyone…all the bairns did a fab job and good to see some healthy competitiveness from the parents!
Hoooray to Santa’s winners…Sophie, Bronagh, Isla, Callum and Willum!
Snack time to recharge our energy…
Thank you for coming everyone and making it a special day for all.
What a glorious day it was for our last Stay and Play day this term!
We were all very busy painting, sanding, watering and building while the sun shone, but the highlight was most definitely building our Fire Pit at the end of the day to toast marshmallows and eating “shmores”!
Sanding, ready to build……..
”We look like scientists!” (Maximus)
Gardening and making planters……
Making fire, toasting marshmallows…..yum!….
The Fire Pit was a big hit with staff, bairns and parents. Providing children such experiences with real tools and fire allow our children to directly experience and gain knowledge about the nature these things and of open flames within a safe and controlled environment. They develop a respect for fire and the skills to keep themselves safe, which they can apply throughout their lives.
We all had a fabulous afternoon in the sunshine. Big thanks to John the Janny and all the parents who donated items and came along to help. Some even managed a sneaky marshmallow or two!