Not only have P1/2 been growing sunflowers in class, but the pupils have also been looking after some Caterpillars! It’s amazing how much they’ve grown in just one week. Miss Read is so happy to be keeping them on her desk where they can stay warm.
We can’t wait to see them make their cocoons and become butterflies!
This week in our Game Behaviour Games lesson with P6 we looked at something else which can make us frustrated and angry. Sometimes in games we don’t get passed to, don’t get to have our say, it feels like we’re not part of the game.
So we played some inclusive games where everyone had to take part to achieve the goal of the game.
Well done to Miss McGregor, Miss Kennedy, Miss Canning, Miss Foster, Mr Souden, Mr Munro and Mr McIntyre who created these games for the P6s. Genius . . .
Well done to all those kids and mums and dads and carers and teachers who biked and scooted during our big pedal. We had nearly 200 kids each day turning up on 2 wheels every day during the 2 weeks. Wow! PLEASE DON’T STOP!!! Now that you’re in the habit please keep of biking and scooting to school just keep on going – it’s a great way to start your day.
We hoped you liked your wee prizes. with nearly 200 gifts to buy Halfords at Straiton park and our parent partnership were very generous in funding the prizes along with the school.
And the winners of the 2018 big pedal were P3a!! Well done team!
Here’s a wee video of our bike breakfast a couple of week ago during the big pedal:
Tomorrow we have a triathlon day for all of our P3s to P7s in school. 30 bike machines in the hall. cool!
P7a completed a block of art lessons at Liberton High School just before the Easter break. They used Tim Burton poetry and drawing style as inspiration for their own animations. Here they are for you to enjoy!