On Friday 19th April, the P7s had their final John Muir day out with Pete Richardson. It was a beautiful sunny day and so Pete decided to take us up to Eshaness to have a wild cliff adventure.
He took us down onto a cliff beach for our lunch no.1 and then anyone brave enough could shuffle down another rock face and look into an enormous cave. There were puffins on the ledges and the kittiwakes were back on their nests.
We walked back up along the cliff a little bit further and then cut inland to the Holes of Scrada and the peerie broch.
This afternoon we had a great time trying a few traditional French foods, that our Cannes pen pals eat. We tried baguettes, Camembert, Brie, Boursin, blue cheese, green and black olives, croissants, chocolate crepes and profiteroles .
Tryphena, Joanna, Mirrin and Faith helped to set everything out and kept everyone fed!
It was great to see lots of the class trying new foods and even enjoying them!
We received some more lovely cards from our French pen pals. This time they told us all about the festivals that they have at this time of year. We are writing back to tell them all about SMUHA and the other UHAs in Shetland.
Faith, Nathyn and Mirrin, with the help of Mrs Graydon, have put up a really super SMUHA display in the corridor, come along and have a look.
Today we had a really interesting talk from the NSPCC.
We learnt about Children’s Rights.
The 3 rules for all are:
to speak and be heard
get help when you need it.
We found out about the 5 types of abuse: neglect, physical abuse, emotional abuse, sexual abuse and bullying.
We learnt about Childline, who you can phone confidentially at any time on 08001111