P2 enjoyed building on their ball skills this week practising rolling, bouncing, throwing and catching. They have also had the opportunity to work in teams for rely races using different ways of travelling such as running, jumping and skipping.
Nursery children enjoying a variety of learning activities, both inside and outdoors, during the last days of summer!
We continue to develop our brick skills in class. The children are using different materials to construct their buildings. This week we have been playing with tigers and other wild animals and this has influenced some of our creations too. Have a look!
This week we have been busy in P1/2….…exploring the book “The Tiger Who Came To Tea” by Judith Kerr.
The children all thought long and hard about why a tiger might want to come for tea and come up with some brilliant suggestions.
We have used our writing and drawing skills to produce shopping lists for Sophie and her Mum to replace all the food the tiger ate and also wrote thank you speech bubbles from the tiger.
The children loved making tigers during craft time. Have a look at our fabulous work!
Primary Two have been trying very hard to play nicely with their peers.
This morning, we had a great time enjoying a variety of activities in the classroom. Everyone was having a wonderful Friday morning!
Primary 7 went to Murieston Park for outdoor learning. They took part in an autumn scavenger hunt and played some games.
P1 have started learning sounds this week with a and t. We enjoyed the sunshine outside on Wednesday and played games. The class made crowns and were pretending to be kings and queens!
P5 have been playing team games, working on improving speed and agility and developing cooperation skills.
All the children have settled into primary 1/2 brilliantly. They have really enjoyed getting to know their new classmates and becoming acquainted with their new classroom. We’ve also had loads of learning opportunities outdoors – have a look at some of our fabulous photos!