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.
Mrs Henderson had organised a busy week of activities including a visit from the NSPCC, Traditional dance with Maria Leask, a museum visit and activities with Stephen and Esther Renwick and Art and craft with Mrs Leslie. There were also lots of SMUHA activities including making the programme, key rings, home bakes and making sure that all the squads were ready.
Shane (Bjorn Ironsides) and his P7 squad led the procession and we were so lucky with the weather. We had a great time in the Boddam hall, with all the entertainments and the visit from the SMUHA squad.
Nathyn helped us all with some really difficult problem solving today in maths. Not only did he work out the difficult calculations, but he explained it really well to the class. We were all very impressed.
P5/6 and P6/7 had a great time with Jane Grant from Badminton Scotland this morning. She was visiting the school to provide some badminton training. Everyone learnt a lot of new skills and had a great time.
My maths group has worked so hard over the last few weeks on all the different topics, that today we decided to have a fun session where they could choose to play a range of maths / problem solving / logical thinking games. It was lovely to watch all the skills demonstrated and see how well everyone worked together or on their own. There was some real determination shown especially for some of the shape tasks.
Today, all our groups started working together to rewrite the Christmas Carol story. They are helping each other with the outline and then everyone will independently write their own version. Some people in our class are very good at being focused on a task and at helping others.🏆🎖
We had a great time in the Pool room programming our robots today. Everyone is getting really good at knowing how to make the robots move, turn, make sound, use the grabbing arm and the sensors. Engineers in the making!
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