We didn’t get snow at Christmas so Primary 1 couldn’t resist going outside for a few minutes when it snowed last week. A few of the children didn’t remember being out in snow before. It was much colder and wetter than we remembered so we didn’t stay out for long.
The Primary 1 classes celebrated their 100th day in school this week. They got together and took part in some great activities including making 100 Day crowns, doing 100 exercises and painting 100 dots. Most importantly, they reflected on all the things they have learnt and achieved in school so far and felt justifiably proud. We are very proud of them too.
P1/2 want to say a big thank you to the Nursery for 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.
P1/2 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.