In our art lessons we have been exploring what happens to colour when you add black or white. Inspired by Claude Monet’s painting, the Water Lily Pond, the children used different shades and tones of green.
Happy New Year!! We hope you had a lovely relaxing holiday. Can’t believe we’re into term 3 already! The children have settled nicely back into class and they’ve been working very hard. Keep it up primary 2!
We have a busy and exciting term ahead of us. Please find attached a copy of the term 3 overview.
Welcome back everyone! I hope you had a lovely holiday.
Just a reminder that Parent/ Teacher meetings are on Wed 30th and Thur 31st January and there is a letter in the reading folders to be returned, with your preferences noted, as soon as possible.
The Primary 1s and Primary 2s were absolutely super during their Nativity performances over the last few days. All the children have worked really hard learning all the songs and their lines and we couldn’t be happier with all their fantastic performances!
A big thanks to all the family and friends who took the time to come and see the children perform, you were a super audience and we absolutely loved having you!
The countdown to Christmas is now officially on!
You are all warmly invited to the Open Afternoon on Thursday 13th December in Room 1 at 2.00pm till 2.45pm. We have some fun activities planned and look forward to seeing you.
As you will be aware we have started rehearsals for the P1 and P2 Nativity. A letter has gone home with the performance dates and you should return the slip requesting tickets as soon as possible. The P1s are angels and the P2s are shepherds and we would very much appreciate your help with the costumes. A letter has gone home detailing the items to bring in to school though please note for some of the P2 pupils (the main characters ) the school is providing their costumes. The children know who need to bring in costumes.
A letter for those wishing to have Christmas Lunch has also been sent home and the slip should be completed and returned to the school.