P3 Dividing Champions!
We are challenging ourselves with very tricky dividing sums!
P1/2 were having a wonderful time on a scavenger hunt using all of our senses on Friday. We then joined in some fun with bubbles with P1A and P1B to celebrate finding all the items from our hunt outdoors!
P3 were outside for maths today! We were looking for right angles.
We made our first visit to the polytunnel today but one of the flower beds was damaged so we could not start our gardening. Fingers crossed for next time!
P3 Texture Designs
On Friday we began a four week block with a focus on outdoor learning! Primary 1A and Primary 1B took to the garden where we went on a senses scavenger hunt. We had to hunt for things that felt smooth, things that had a nice smell, and things of different colours and shapes. We had a lovely time and we were even able to find a giant snail, which we have named Sammy! We took Sammy into the classroom in our magnifier so we could have a good look at him before setting him free.
We are looking forward to getting back outdoors this Friday too!
Miss Munro & Mrs McArthur 🙂
We enjoyed our final Kodaly session this morning
What a glorious day we had for some outdoor learning. The children thoroughly enjoyed developing their team work and problem solving skills.
Thank you to everyone who came along to our open afternoon on Friday. The children thoroughly enjoyed making their Superhero Veggies with you!
Pupils, parents, carers and relatives all had a wonderful afternoon on Friday making works of fruit art!
P1/2 were out in the school poly tunnel this week preparing beds of compost for pea seeds to be placed in and grow!
Just home from a great day in Perth, at Gymfest, with this fabulous bunch and the rest of Team Lochardil . Everyone did amazingly ! ?
Thank you to everyone who came along to share in some inter generational learning and fun this afternoon. We have been learning about the Victorians this term and yesterday we were learning about D-Day so as part of our open afternoon we :
*Created war medals to show our empathy and gratitude for the sacrifices that the Veterans of D-Day gave for us.
*Shared some family fun in exploring a range of Victorian games and toys which helped us to think about how lucky we are to have the right to play and rest, something Victorian children were not entitled to.
*Worked together to develop our digital and problem solving skills in order to complete a QR Code Quiz. Completing the quiz helped us to learn a bit more about the impact that victorians and the industrial revolution had on life as it is today.
*Tried Mrs Prentice’s home cooked gruel which helped us to empathise with the Children and families who would have had to eat something similar in workhouses and factories.
*Took the opportunity to have a mindful moment and be inspired by the artwork of William Morris to create our own prints and patterns.
*Tested our patience and perseverence learning how to create the popular string problem, “cats cradle”. This was something that was very popular in the Victorian times as it was inexpensive and helped children to develop concentration and problem solving skills.
Thank you to everyone who came along to our open afternoon. The germs look great!
We played a game “Fox and Squirrel” followed by drawing mazes.
It was lovely to welcome friends and family today. We showed some Loch Insh photos, our Animal Me quiz and our Chromebook Loch Insh reflections. Our Rose Bowl projects were on show too. Thank you to everyone who suppprted this event.
We enjoyed a visit from Mr Turner and Ms Douglas yesterday. They are guidance staff from the IRA. We were given helpful answers to our questions.
This term P6/7 were asked what they would like to do to celebrate the last open afternoon of this session. they had the fantastic idea of a parents versus teachers rounders game to match the theme of health and well being,
Thank you so much to all the parents who managed to join us in what was a fun afternoon; it was great to see both parents/carers and pupils so involved and being really good sports. Bonus that the sun made a much overdue appearance for the event. Thank you!
Today P6/7 took their learning outdoors. We used things that we found in our playground to create pictures. In groups we scavenged for materials and used these to creative a unique picture. Take a look below; from a lion to Donald Trump!
We will be doing an outdoor learning activity every Friday until the end of term. Keep your eyes peeled for our next activity.
P6 have been learning how to stay safe on the road while cycling.
This afternoon we learned a little bit about the D Day landings. Tomorrow afternoon we are going to be designing our own medals ? in memory of all those affected .
P1/2 had a visit from Boggs Shoes this morning. They taught us all about keeping our feet healthy and the importance of looking after our feet throughout our lives.
P3 Feeling Included or Left Out?
As part of our resilient kids we had some group drama activities.
P3 Open Afternoon 07/06/19
We look forward to welcoming you along to our open afternoon on Friday.
BLOG UPDATE: We have had a few blog issues over the last 2 weeks and the posts have been going onto the main school blog. Fingers crossed this has been fixed!
You are invited along to our open afternoon this Friday between 2pm and 2:45pm. There will be lots of activities happening between our class and Mrs Prentice’s class that will share our Victorian learning with an overarching health and well-being theme .
We hope you have recovered from the mountains of washing we delivered on Friday! We all had a great time. The pupils got on so well and took every new challenge in their stride. They were cooperative and positive throughout the week. Thank you for all your preparations and support to help make the trip go so well.
We do have some unclaimed items of Lost Property which will be available to view at our Open Afternoon on Friday 7th June. 2pm – 2.45pm.