A Special Visitor
Mrs Reid popped in to see the boys and girls before she sets off on her travels. She brought us sweets – yum!
Ness Book Fest Big Read-In
We are enjoying reading The Twits by Roald Dahl brought in by Lillie.
Hopscotch Theatre Company
We enjoyed a performance by the Hopscotch Theatre Company today all about ‘The Rights of the Child’.
Macmillan Coffee Morning 2017
Not long now until the big day. A huge thank you to all the busy Mum’s and Dad’s that have supplied recipes for our class recipe book. There is still time for more….Monday is the day they will be getting printed.
“There’s going to be prizes, cakes, games, coffee and tea” said Oscar.
“Come along and have some fun with us!” said Siyana
“Remember to make some cookies and cakes” said Robert.
“Bring some pennies it’s for a good cause” said Alana
Waste Aware Inverness Visit
Freya visited us to share the story of the blue bin journey. We enjoyed playing a few recycling games with her!
REDUCE, REUSE or RECYCLE
Joy from Asda visited us to talk about Food Recyling! We are going to try a few ideas out over the next few weeks. Hopefully the children have been talking about recycling food at home too!
ROALD DAHL DAY
We celebrated Roald Dahl day by talking about his life and looking at some of the books he wrote. We read The Enormous Crocodile then wrote descriptions of him.
We created pasta faces and Picasso style faces. Amazing!
Wow! Look at what we grew in the polytunnel this Summer! Today Mrs De La Torre came to harvest our crops! She watered the plants during the holidays, carrying water on-site. What a star! Hopefully some herbs and vegetables made it home in the schoolbags today!
The beetroot wasn’t ready yet instead so we picked…..basil, parsley, tomatoes, chives, carrots, lettuce, onions and green peas!
In Maths we are learning about Measure. Ask your child what the photo of feet is all about!! The children chose to measure Mr Grant, the playground and a bench. Can they remember how many metres they were?
Our Science Project started today with The Lorax story which has a conservation focus. The story has lots of funny words but a serious message….we will reveal all!
We have created our Class Charter to keep us on track with our collective responsibilities and each of us has painted our handprint in agreement.
Please find below the link to our termly overview for Term 2017.
P3B are all settling into new routines and getting used to their new teachers. Here are some of the things they are enjoying – doing more challenging maths, learning to join their letters and getting different activities to do. We had one new pupil join our class who has been made to feel very welcome by all the other boys and girls. We will being putting the termly overview on the blog later this week so you will get a better idea of what is happening this term.