We had our first visit to the care home all the children interacted really well with the residents showing how kind and caring they are. We started of by being partnered up with a resident and finding out their name we then drew each other and lots of other pictures. After our drawings we had snack and read a story we then went into the big lounge to sing to everyone. We cant wait for our next visit.
Highland Adventure Fest 2019
Sunday 24th March 2019 at Inverness Leisure Centre.
Festival-goers will be able to browse exhibitors, take part in activities and meet new people with similar interests while enjoying presentations and entertainment on the main stage!
£5 on the door. Kids 12 and under go free.
Advance tickets can be purchased at www.highlandadventurefest.co.uk Use discount code group19 to purchase adult tickets at only £3.50 each.
Exhibitor List: https://www.highlandadventurefest.co.uk/exhibitor/Adventure Talks: https://www.highlandadventurefest.co.uk/adventure-talks/
Activities on the day: https://www.highlandadventurefest.co.uk/adventure-fest-activities/
Primary 6 – Visit from Mrs Knight
We had a fantastic visit from Mrs Knight, from Scottish Water. She taught us all about her job. She taught us about the way in which water is transported to and from our homes, how water is purified and the ways in which we can help keep the process running smoothly. As we have been learning all about the water cycle in Primary 6, we found it all really interesting.
P6 – Trip to Edinburgh
Thank you to everyone who has responded to our information letter with regards to our upcoming planned trip to Edinburgh. If you have not yet returned your slip, please will you return them tomorrow so that we can confirm our bookings.
In Primary 6/7 we are always looking to find different ways to learn to keep things fun and exciting. This week we have already enjoyed making 3D shape models. We drew the nets of the shapes and wrote facts about each of the shapes before constructing our models.
We also enjoyed a sensory activity linked to multiplication. We had to search in the beads to find four numbers and arrange these to make a multiplication sum. Our partners checked our answers using a calculator.
Pr 7 wish to thank everyone who came along and bought books at the Scholastic Bookfair. We are able to buy some new reading resources for the school with the commission we receive from sales.
All parents and carers are invited to join us for the next parent council meeting on Wednesday 20th March. 7pm in the school staff room. Tea and coffee provided.
Would anyone be free before pick up time tomorrow to help set up the second hand uniform stall to assist Mrs Roomes ? If so just let the office know. Thanks in advance.
We received cards with lovely messages from our partner school. With a little help from my friend Aimee, who is a secondary Modern Languages teacher, we translated them! The boys and girls were thrilled with their messages! We received a lovely Eiffel Tower keyring from Teddy! He brought a Nessie one with him to France at Christmas.
Teddy travels between the 2 countries too and he carries a USB in his backpack.
We are learning colours, simple greetings and number to 20 in French. Here are our letters ready to go. Teddy has video clips and photos from Burns Day to show this time.
This week at Ach an Eas the children were very excited to make pancakes with the residents. The lovely staff at Ach an Eas prepared an amazing selection of toppings for the children to enjoy.
P3 have been estimating and measuring length. The class had to find things that were 1 metre long. Here we are measuring with our metre sticks!