As part of our RRS we took part in a flood simulation. We thought about how it affected our rights and the emotions we felt. The children showed such kindness and thoughtfulness towards each other until help arrived. The children were reassured that the teachers all new what to do to keep them safe and that the emergency services and organisations like UNICEF would come to our aid. We then watched a video about a school that had suffered a real emergency and saw how quickly the school was repaired and the children received their right to an education and clean water.
Show and Tell with the Brilliant Butterflies, the Busy Bees and a very attentive audience!
Super numberwork partners…
…and Marley completely focused!
Some of primary 1s decided to come along to Mrs Armstrong’s lunch time craft club today. We had a lovely time making tooth fairy pouches to put under our pillows for the tooth fairy! As it turns out a few of us have wobbly teeth so hopefully we will be able to put the pouches to good use soon!
Sharing our number activities with children from ELC and being super role models…
Activity time after a hard day’s work…
The boys and girls of PIB have enjoyed having the nursery boys and girls come to visit the classroom during number time. They have had fun together, singing some number songs and working on lots of different number activities. Our class have felt very grown-up and responsible and have been super role-models. Thank you Primary 1B!
We are delighted to share that Lochardil has received the most number of tokens in the recent round of the TESCO Community Awards Bags for Life Scheme. Our Wise About Waste application should now be more achievable and we look forward to using the money (£4,000) effectively.
A big thank you to everyone who supported us.
We started our Inverness and Loch Ness topic by finding out where Inverness is on a map of Scotland. We enjoyed looking at the atlas and then we looked at a large scale map of Inverness and managed to point out various Inverness landmarks including The Kessock Bridge, The River Ness, Loch Ness, The Caledonian Canal, Lochardil School and Raigmore Hospital.
Please find attached, the learning overview for term 3 in Primary 1B. Thank you.
There are still a couple of children from primary 1A and 1B to return the last expressive arts learning pathway.
We ask if you could please have the learning pathway completed and returned to school by this coming Monday.
Miss Munro and Mrs McArthur.
Just a wee reminder that the Primary 1 Christmas Party will be this coming Wednesday in the afternoon.
Please remember to have your child bring the highlighted items of food detailed on the Christmas party letter that went home this week. If you could have the food in by Monday or Tuesday it would be very much appreciated.
The children are welcome to come to school dressed in their party outfit. However, if you would rather they can take a change of clothes in a bag to school and get changed in the classroom before hand or go home at lunch time to get ready at home. The choice is yours!
We are very much looking forward to it! 🙂
Miss Munro, Mrs McArthur and Mrs MacIver.