Star of the Month
Well done to Lily for being our Star of the Month. She received it for being so kind and helpful to her classmates.
Well done to everyone who helped raise fund for Drummond School.You all looked very odd today!
How lovely it was to meet you all. The children loved having you in class and it was wonderful to see them showing you all the hard work they have been doing.Here is a selection of the photos taken.
Congratulations to Layla for achieving Yellow Belt in Kempo and to Cameron for receiving a medal at his Rugby Tournamant.
Well done to Hannah, Cullen, Lily and Rebecca for spelling all their Bronze words correctly.
Just a reminder that our Open Morning is on Tuesday 3rd October at 11.00 am. The children are all very excited that you will be coming into their classroom and I look forward to meeting you all.
Our Star Writers are Ollie, Lewis, Connor and Cameron. Well Done!
What caring children we have in our class! Last week some of the girls collected the dropped litter in their lunch break. So as part of out topic ‘Our Caring Community’ we talked about littering and what we could do to look after our school. We decided to go out and do a litter pick to help keep our school tidy. Look at all the litter we collected,
It’s been a busy week. At the beginning of the week we watched a play by Hopscotch and the Oral Hygienist visited us and talked to us about looking after our teeth.
Today Mrs Bee came to visit us with her baby Euan. He was so cute and such fun. He enjoyed it as much as the children. We learned all sorts of things about caring for a baby and had some really interesting questions to ask. Alexander played peek-a-boo.
Here are our star writers. Caitlin, Lily, Sarah and Layla all wrote beautifully.
The Clean Hands Box
All the children were surprised at the germs on their hands.
Ava had the cleanest hands of us all. Well done Ava!
The children enjoyed carrying out an experiment on germs today. First, they contaminated a slice of bread with germs from their hands. Then, Iain and Ollie sealed it in a plastic bag.
Next, Layla and Cullen checked their hands were clean in a special light box. Look at all the germs on their hands!
They washed their hands and put another slice of bread into a poly bag.
The children will check the bread each day to see what the germs do to the bread.
The children have been developing their throwing and catching skills in P.E. We dodged the rainfalls to practice different kinds of throwing.
Pupil of the Month
Well done to Lewis for receiving Pupil of the Month award. He is such a brilliant listener and follows our Class Charter well.
Star Writer 8th September
This week our Star Writers are Archie, Joshua, Alexander and Rebecca.Well done!
Just a wee note that there are a few bugs on the go. We are encouraging the pupils to wash their hands as always, but if your child has suffered nausea then remember to keep them at home until 48 hours after, to help prevent the spread of those pesky germs. Many thanks.
Star Writers 31 August
Our Star Writers are Fraser, Lily, Sarah and Layla. Have a look at their brilliant stories.
The children were looking at the different kinds of lines used to draw fruit for art and here are some of their wonderful creations. They are not quite finished yet as next week they are going to put detail into their paintings with black pen.
This week Aimee, Ava, Clara and Ava were our Star Writers for their fabulous stories about what they did at the beach. Well done!
Friday 25th August
After all their hard work this week the children enjoyed some play time together.
We thought about children’s rights and what we can do to help each other enjoy our rights. This is what we all agreed for our class.
Learning Overview Term 1
Tuesday 15th August 2017
I hope you all had a lovely holiday. The children were brilliant and enjoyed their first day back. Our timetable and routines will be provided shortly but it would be helpful if the children could keep a pair of shorts, change of T-shirt and gym shoes at school for P.E.