What a great way to start a Monday morning in P4/5- making torches for SMUHA!
Then we had a break from SMUHA with a visit from a representative from the NSPCC to tell us about children’s rights and keeping ourselves safe.
After break we were getting into the spirit of SMUHA by learning some traditional Shetland dances with Maria Leask. We learned the Boston Two Step, the Circasion Circle and to round if off we did the Grand March-just in case we are ever at a Shetland wedding!
To finish of our Monday here we are painting our shields for SMUHA!