A reminder of the Christmas parties this week… P1-3 will have their party this afternoon and P4 and 5 will have their party tomorrow afternoon.
The children are welcome to bring party clothes to change into, or can of course go home lunch in order to get ready. 🎈
Any Digital Leaders who wish to help with our wall display can go to Mrs MacIver’s room at 12.30 tomorrow. Packed lunches are welcome straight away and schools dinners can go straight after they have eaten 😊
Anna and Chloe told us all about their blue ribbons for dyslexia awareness that their big sister had got them from town. The girls did an amazing job sharing a poster about dyslexia. I will be heading to town to get my ribbon later this week!
Great job explaining about dyslexia to the class girls! Amazing speakers! 😊💙
Beauly Primary are taking a new approach to writing in hope to really hook children in and get them super enthusiastic about writing.
P3/4/5 are currently using the story ‘Meerkat Mail’ as a model text to inspire us when creating our own stories and texts.
This week we created story maps to help us retell the story using pictures and buzz words.
We discussed the word ‘habitat’ and developed our understanding of varied habitats around the world. We then worked in groups; using Chrome-books, to research a variety of animals and shared our new found knowledge with our class mates.
Congratulations to Carina who achieved her red belt at her Kung Fu grading at the weekend! Well done! What an achievement! 🌟
Primary 3/4/5 spent some time last week learning about Remembrance Day and the importance of the poppy.
As a class we have become really good at talking about our own feelings, so we changed our mindsets to think about how the soldiers felt during their time on the front line followed by writing our thoughts on poppies.
We created some fantastic art work and combined our efforts to build a poppy wreath to show our respect for the fallen soldiers.
Least we forget.
As part of our Health and Wellbeing week we have been developing our talking and listening skills We sat together as a class to discuss the importance of staying healthy and what we can do to ensure we keep up a healthy lifestyle.
The class were in agreement that eating fruit and vegetables daily as well as regular exercise and a good nights sleep all help support our health and well-being both in body and mind.
As a class we used the alphabet to come up with as many fruits as we could for each letter but we found some letters really tricky. Can you think of a fruit for each letter of the alphabet?
But the best part of the day? Getting to taste test different fruits. We even tried some fruits we hadn’t tried before and really enjoyed them! 🍏🍌🥝🥑🍍🍌
P3/4/5 were visited by Vince from the SSPCA today. He shared his knowledge of wild animals and answered some very interesting questions from our children. The class were given the opportunity to build an owl robot and their computational thinking skills were put to the test as they tried to programme their owls to move and make the correct animal sound. 🦉📱
P3/4/5 enjoyed ‘dooking’ for apples after learning all about the origins of Halloween. It was definitely harder than it looked! 👻🎃🍎
Last week we had a visit from Iain who kindly took along his scooters for us to try out on a track he made in our school playground. He discussed the importance of staying safe and reminded us that we should always wear a helmet when on our scooters or bikes no matter how short the distance. We all had lots of fun and it really got us moving. Even Ms stoddart and Mrs Fraser-Lee got in on the action.
We enjoyed it that much it became our inspiration for our posters as part of Health and Well-being week!