Santie’s robin arrived in P1-4 today with a letter from Mrs Claus. She had a problem and needed the bairns to help. A naughty elf had stolen Santie’s favourite vegetable, brussels sprouts, which meant he was going to be without them for his Christmas dinner!!!!
Mrs Claus asked the bairns if they could please look around the school to see if any had been hidden here. As you can see, we found quite a few!!!
Here are some more photos from our Mareel and Museum trip this term. Great excitement on the bus on the way to Lerwick.
We had our lunch at the Museum then we all got scavenger hunt sheets to explore the Museum. Some of us were looking for pictures of Vikings, and some of us were looking for items beginning with different letters.
Pupils and staff have had a super time celebrating the run up to Christmas. The Early Years Department held a fantastic concert with teas and games afterwards. Later on the same day the Primary Department treated parents and members of the community to ‘Hansel and Gretel’. The audience showed their appreciation by laughing at the ‘gags’. The show was followed by some fiddle playing and carol singing from our very talented pupils.
Members of the community kindly came in to show all the pupils how to make Christingles and other Christmas crafts. It was great to host this event in the school and thanks again to all involved.
Instead of gym this afternoon, P5 – 7 took Mrs Fraser for a look along the banks. We headed out the voe and found lots of cool driftwood and other flotsam and jetsam. It was a good mini adventure so next week the class are going to show Mrs Fraser the other direction.
P1 – 7 had a great day out in Lerwick. Everybody enjoyed the film ‘The Grinch’ – even the adults thought it was good! A packed lunch followed at the museum and then everyone enjoyed a scavenger hunt around the museum. We will put donations received towards another trip in the new year.