When P3s Grow Up
Look at what Primary 3 want to be when they grow up.
Food Glorious Food
Here are some of the P3 pupils who gave their talks this week. We all enjoyed Hannah’s pizza and Kirsty’s cookies. A great big thank you to you both.
Star Pupils- May 2016
This month’s star pupils are Harry, Victoria, Jayden and Noah. Well done!
We had a beautiful day for our school trip and the children thoroughly enjoyed the outing.We made bread from wheat which we had ground into flour. It was hard work but the children persevered and we had a piece at the end of the day with butter we had made too. The children loved the contact with all the animals and learned all about food chains and the sources of our food. Mr Bull and his team were excellent and we forgave them when they turned on the watering system in the polytunnel, when we were in still in it, as a practical joke. Here are some of our photos.
Star Writer -29/04/16
As part of our topic we have been exploring our senses . Using their sense of smell the pupils tried to identify some mystery liquids. As you can see from our photos the pupils enjoyed investigating the containers.
The children have chosen the helpers for the trip . Mrs Sutherland has notified the two parent by phone. Many thanks for all the offers of help.
Star Pupil Award
We are off to Glachbeg croft. Here is the letter to remind you to bring a packed lunch and a pair of wellies/sturdy shoes in a bag to change into for going out on the croft. Every child should have two pairs of footware.GLachbeag Information Parent Letter
As a fitting end to our topic we had a look at some viking artefacts loaned by the museum. The pupils really enjoyed handling and guessing the uses of the items.
Welcome back to P3. I hope you are rested and ready for this busy term. Have a look at our timetable and learning this session in the learning overview below.
On Thursday 12th November our local community police officer is visiting our class
Remember P3 are off to the cinema on 13th November and will need to take their snack with them.
P3 have been thinking about children’s rights and their right to a home. Well done to Abi who has raised money towards building an orphanage in China
Poppy, Kirsty Clayton, Josh, Harry Young and Francine were our star writers this week. They wrote brilliant Bonfire Night poems using lots of interesting adjectives to describe what they saw, heard and felt.
P3 have been reading James and the Giant Peach. The pupils thought It was very sad that James didn’t live in a very nice place.They went on a community walk to find out more about the place they live in.