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Today is door number 19
The P2 and P3 Christmas Party was lots of fun yesterday.
Check our post at https://dalryprimaryschool.com/2018/12/19/p2-and-p3-christmas-party/
Primary 3 had a brilliant day at Portobello beach as an end of term treat. Thank you to all our fabulous parent helpers for making it such a great day. We all had lots of fun in the sand, with a sandcastle competition, and in the play park too!
In health week primary 3 had a lovely walk along the canal and a play in Harrison Park during health week. We all enjoyed getting up close to nature and being out in the fresh air!
P3a had their final Forest Schools Trip this week.
The children found out what sticky willy is, and we had a sticky willy fight!
These are tree spirits that the children made with clay and other materials that they found in the forest.
P3a have been making slime.
It was super messy!
Arin in P3a has been getting sponsored to dye his hair different colours to raise money for equipment for after-school club, he has raised £50 so far.
P3a have had a great time at forest schools this term.
They practiced making shelters, gathering from the enivironment and other outdoor skills.
Here are some photos of them practicing their skills.
P3a have been creating beautiful spring haiku.
Haiku are a Japanese form of poetry that uses a three line format and restricted numbers of “morae” which are similar to our syllables.
They also work to juxtapose two ideas and have a kind of fulcrum word where the balance shifts from one to the other.
They are often related to a spring or natural subject. So with spring in the air and P3a doing Forest Schools it’s the perfect time for trying them out.