A very wet and wild fundraiser this morning was enjoyed by all (including the volunteers who came to help!) with lots of shrieking and laughter coming from the pitch.
On Wednesday Jai in the nursery’s dad, who is a pilot, came into tell us all about his job. It was fascinating and we all learned things we did not know. Even the teachers!!! We asked lots of questions but most of them were about crashing!!!!!!
It terrified the people who are going on a plane this summer.!!!
Big thanks to this weeks visitors: Joanne Eccles, equestrian vaulter; Linlithgow Rugby Club and Jonathan Agini; Victory Bespoke Fitness.
Massive congratulations to Callum (p1) and Meah (p4) who received their West Lothian Young Writer Awards this evening. What an amazing achievement for both of them.
Yes it really is that time already! A small reminder that Nursery Graduations take place tomorrow; Thursday the 22nd of June.
Morning children’s graduations at 10:00 a.m.
Afternoon Children’s graduations at 2:30 p.m.
All welcome to attend, we hope to see you there.
Angus – I really liked the park and having our lunch in the sun.
Meah/ Tia/ Melissa – We really liked going round the museum answering questions from the app and getting a lolly pop at the end as a reward.
Jack – Rolling down the big hill was exciting.
Jamie – On the Vulcan barge we watched a video all about it which gave us information about the past.
Lewis/Rebecca – We went on a tram to visit houses in Lanarkshire through the ages. Our favourite was the 1980’s one.
Toby – At the old houses I liked playing with the gird and cleek which children from long ago played with.
Amber – My favourite part of the trip was the park on the moving monkey bars.
Kieran – My favourite part was answering all the questions about long ago in Summerlee and my group came second.
Cyrus – I liked the park and riding on the tram.
Sophie Lee/Ffion – We enjoyed the whole trip especially the Flying Fox.
Ava – I enjoyed the whole trip especially the netted roundabout.
Finlay – I enjoyed the museum part of the trip especially learning about the materials used long ago.
Keegan – My favourite part was playing in the park especially on the netted climbing frame where I got right to the top.
We had lots of fun showing the new p1s around our classroom. We introduced them to different areas of our classroom by playing together, we read Elmer and completed language, maths and health and wellbeing activities based around the story.
Staff and pupils at Westfield would like to thank Mr Khan for giving up some of his precious time to come and talk to us during our health event.Mr Khan gave a talk to the pupils about his job and how he came to work as a chef. He had also taken the time to prepare a curry dish for the children to sample. He spoke about the creativity involved in being a chef and the variety of flavours that can be created mixing spices.