Primary 1A and Primary 1B had a fantastic time this morning searching for the Easter eggs hidden around the playground. A big thank you to Ashie House group for organising such a fun day for us all!
We made the most of the sunshine before lunchtime by going on a science hunt outside. We were able to identify lots of different materials such as wood, metal, plastic and rock.
We had a great time playing on the trim trail before we had our lunch.
Easter Tennis Camp
We will be running our Easter tennis camp at Bellfield Park from 15th – 19th April, for children ages 5-16yrs. The camp runs from 10am to 2pm everyday so please bring a light lunch and a drink to keep you going.
We offer tennis coaching led by our fully qualified coaching team, supervised park time, mini golf, football, unihoc and many other outdoor games.
The cost is £20 per day or £80 for the week. Payment is required at drop off by cash or cheque or by bacs transfer before the camp starts, details provided on request.
If you would like to book a place please contact Lizzy on 07983116947 or email Lizzy.Burke@btinternet.com
Hope to see you there!
Today we had lots of fun and lots of laughs re-enacting emergency situations at Loch Ness. We now know that in an emergency, we should dial 999, give the operator our name, tell them where we are and also what has happened.
Today we made Viking bread. First we mixed flour, bicarbonate of soda, salt and warm water together. Next we had to knead it for a while which was hard work. Then we sprinkled oats on the top and baked it for 40 minutes. Finally we got to take some home to try. I hope it’s tasty. Another 2 groups will make their bread tomorrow.
Tomorrow (Tuesday 2nd April) Ashie House group have organised an Easter Extravaganza!
All the classes will be taking part in an Easter egg hunt where we must count the number of hidden eggs in the playground. Primary 1A and primary 1B will be taking part in the egg hunt together before break time!
On Wednesday afternoon the Ashie house captains will announce the winner from each class.
As part of the Easter egg hunt children are encouraged to wear bright colours to school tomorrow!
Good luck and happy egg hunting!
Miss Munro and Mrs McArthur 🙂