North Roe Primary School

September 4, 2019
by Miss Irvine
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Sunday Teas

Thank-you to everyone who came to our Sunday Teas Fundraiser. We raised an amazing £1,553.42 for our school fund. Thank-you to everyone who helped, baked, donated raffle prizes etc. We are so grateful to be part of such a supportive community.

June 19, 2019
by Miss Irvine
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Voxter

We really enjoyed our first residential school trip to Voxter. The weather was lovely! We built dens in the woods, toasted marshallows, played outside, had a treasure hunt, a scavenger hunt, went swimming, went to the playpark, played rounders and went to the Mid Brae Inn for tea. 🙂

March 28, 2019
by Miss Irvine
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Presentations

We do class presentations 3 times a year. This builds our confidence when speaking to an audience and develops our research skills and our presentation skills. We have to plan a presentation with a beginning, middle and ending and think about:

  • giving the audience eye-contact
  • using pictures, drawings and props
  • speaking loud and clear
  • varying the pace & tone of our voice

March 28, 2019
by Miss Irvine
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Social Food Group

Over the past 7 weeks, the children have taken part in a social food group. The aim of the food group was to increase each child’s skills and knowledge in regards to healthy eating whilst as the same time increasing their social interaction and fine motor skills. The children really enjoyed social food group, thanks to Charis and Sally-Anne and the OT team for taking the group each week. The children got to make:

  • Sushi sandwich rolls
  • Pitta break pizza faces
  • Fruit smoothies
  • Banana pancakes & blueberry pancakes
  • Fish fingers
  • Fruit & vegetable characters
  • Chocolate Easter nests

March 28, 2019
by Miss Irvine
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Cooke Aquaculture

Thank-you to David and Michelle from Cooke Aquaculture for coming in to school to tell the children all about salmon farming in Shetland and how the salmon gets shipped all around the world. Thank-you for generously giving us a huge fresh salmon to cook and eat, the children loved it! Thank-you to Alex for filleting the fish for us. 🙂

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