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Advent Kindness and Wellbeing calendar

For advent we have been focussing on daily acts of well-being and kindness. To date we have focused on:

1. Including others in our playground games.

2. Give somebody a meaningful compliment (not your normal friends).

3. Christmas themed PE activities.

4. Listen to some songs in class time.

5. Write thank you notes to key members of our staff team.

6. pack your own bag for school.

7. Make somebody smile.

8. Share some jokes or funny stories.

To name but a few. It’s been good to have an extra focus for advent, we can quickly get caught up in the December buzz and the chance to take time to show we can be kind or do something for ourselves has been very welcomed by all.

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Additional Lanuages

We have been learning how to say Merry Christmas in different languages:

We had fun trying to guess how you’d pronounce the phrase before listening carefully to the correct pronunciation and practicing together. We then split into table partners to write Merry Christmas in Chinese, Dutch, French, German, Italian, Norwegian, Polish, Portuguese, Scottish Gaelic, Spanish and Welsh.

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Merry Christmas from primary 4/5

Can’t believe its Christmas already. These two terms have gone so fast.
Primary 4/5 have been busy learning about Scottish history this term. Among other things, they have written some very gory stories about fighting with Robert the Bruce at the battle of Bannockburn!
They have worked hard to learn and practice their dance routine and song for the Christmas concert and I’m sure you’ll agree they did a fantastic job!
So here they are now, all dressed up in their Christmas jumpers, to wish you all a very Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year!

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