P1 January News

P1 enjoyed learning all the songs for our nativity and dressing up in our costumes. Thank you to everyone who came along to watch the show! We have been looking at photos to help us remember what good fun it all was.

 Some P7 pupils have been reading stories by Scottish authors to us which has been very exciting as we love visitors.

 Now we are learning about Scotland. We have learned some Scottish words and songs and have painted pictures of Scottish castles. Duncan the piper came and answered all our questions about playing the bagpipes.

 Many children came dressed in tartan and we all took part in the danceathon for Kenya.

P1 News

This session P1 have enjoyed learning about pirates and honey bees. The children had lots of fun dressing up on 2 special days for each of these topics.
We sang songs with the nursery and had a pirate parade around the school.
A local beekeeper visited us and we all learned about keeping bees. Mrs Wootton, one of our mums also came along dressed as a beekeeper with her smoker. We learned about the different jobs that bees do in the hive and then we acted it out in role play and to the music ‘ Flight of the bumble bee.’  
We were all ‘responsible citizens’ when we took part in a cyclathon and crocus planting to raise money for polio vaccinations. This special day was called ‘Focus on the crocus’. Thank you for all your support.