Some of Primary 5/6 took part in ‘Foodie Friday’ today with Mrs Neil. They made sweet potato and pumpkin soup with roasted pumpkin seeds. It was delicious!
Today, along with lots of other children in Scotland, we listened to the story, The Promise and watched the short animation based on the book.
After a discussion on the importance of trees, we went out to collect acorns and will be planting them as part of our promise to create a better world for all.
In the afternoon we painted bright, colourful pictures to show how beautiful our world is when we take care of it.
Primary 5/6 made an apple crumble using apples from the school garden.
They read and followed the instructions and despite a few cut fingers it was a resounding success!
Comments included – ‘Better than my Mum’s!’ , ‘Better than shop bought crumble,’ and ‘Can I have some more?’
What a fantastic result!
We worked with a partner to identify trees using their leaf shape.
Then in the afternoon it was so lovely, we went outdoors to use our leaves to create some art.
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Primary 6 had an amazing day yesterday learning more about World War 2! In the morning, pupils had opportunity to handle historic documents and see where they are stored. They also discovered how damaged artefacts are restored at the Archive Centre in Inverness. In the afternoon, a visit to Fort George allowed further immersion in real life history. With dressing up in costumes, a guided tour of the museum and exploring the Fort itself proving to be fun, interesting and informative. Thanks to those at both venues for helping to make our school trip a huge success! Thanks also to Blake’s mum, Mrs Wright and Mrs Neil for giving their time to help the day run so smoothly.