On Thursday 29th March we had our last Kenyan session. This week we were making collages of Kenyan wildlife.
On 28th March we had our class assembly. Everyone worked really hard together to prepare assembly boards and scripts. We presented information about the Old Stone Age, New Stone Age, Bronze Age, Iron Age, Picts and Vikings and Kenya. Everyone sang beautifully, starting with ‘What does Shetland mean to me’ and finishing with Hakuna Matata and Archie and Ronan also played the cornet and accordion. A big well done to all the bairns for their performances, we know that it’s not always easy to perform to a big audience, but they all supported each other and did so well.
This afternoon in Wider Achievement, Joy Duncan started to teach drumming tunes to the group, to video to take to show the children at Lomayana Primary school, when she and Ms Scanlan visit in February.
Ewan from Radio Shetland came along to interview us and find out a bit more about the project. He hopes that it will be on Radio
Shetland tomorrow evening.
Last week we practiced Shetland dances to video too.