Visiting the chicks

 P1/2 want to say a big thank you to the Nursery FotorCreatedfor letting us visit to see the chicks that hatched out.  We were very excited to see them and delighted to be able to hold them.  We were very gentle and careful and enjoyed stroking their soft feathers and feeling how tickly they were on our hands.   We were impressed by how quickly they had grown since they hatched last week.

It’s oh ‘sew’ quiet…

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You could have heard a pin drop in Primary 4 this week as the children were concentrating so hard on learning a new skill. We used rainbow wool and binca to create a small needlework sampler using three different stitches. Everyone thought that learning this new craft was awesome!

Getting ready for Primary 1

Today, the boys and girls in the Nursery came up to Primary 1 for a visit.

The children in Primary 1 were very welcoming, and enjoyed showing off their classroom to the Nursery children from both morning and afternoon sessions.

Here are some pictures to show how much fun they had!

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We look forward to the next time we can all play together.


P3 Pizza Party!

IMG_0662Primary 3 celebrated in style today after meeting their class target of 20 magic balls.  The class has worked very hard over the year to collect the magic balls, receiving them for things like walking around the school quietly, helping each other and sitting well in Assembly.  We celebrated by going along to Frankie and Benny’s where we got to make our own pizzas…and then eat them!

Fun in the playground

2015-04-25_18.45.21P1/2 were so glad that the bottom playground had reopened that they just had to go and try it out.  They had a great time on the trim trail and playing with bubbles in the sunshine.  They also took Ms Sherazee with them, she is a PGDE student from Strathclyde University who is working with them for the next few weeks.