Sleeping Beauty performed to a not so sleepy audience...
On Friday 6th October P3 and the rest of the school enjoyed an energetic and exciting performance of Sleeping Beauty by the fantastic theatrical company M&M productions.
The crowd enjoyed cheering for the Beauty and her handsome prince, laughing our socks off at Silly Billy and booing at the evil Maleficent.
We look forward to welcoming them back again next year for a performance of Snow White.
What another great week! S13 have been busy campaigning to be school ambassadors. We had a particularly tense session on Wednesday when seven candidates entertained us with compelling and heartfelt presentations. Mr Garside really struggled to choose and we can’t wait to find out who has been selected. Look out for the update on our website…COMING SOON!
Assemblies have been very fruitful so far, with S13 taking the lead in winning Something for Nothing cards and Class Dojos. We are a competitive class and all eager to be the best we can be. Mrs Horan and Mrs Farrar-Smith are positive that we will be the first to win the Rewards Trip!
Mrs Hall and Mrs Ramsden have been working hard to create an amazing display board which we will use to record our progress towards achieving BFL targets and Dojos. We had fun researching “sports cars” and all agreed on our own vehicle. S13 are already in fierce competition to see who will pass the finishing post first! Please see our display below.
On Monday we went to a local play gym to gets lots of exercise - we loved this. Mohammed really enjoyed climbing to the third floor to go down the big slide!!
We also made healthy fruit kebabs, learning how to chop fruit up carefully.
In maths with Mrs Ainge we are learning to count through the story ‘The Hungry Caterpillar’. We are learning to count the different fruits.
On Wednesday we had our first enrichment afternoon with Mrs Wayman. She is helping us learn how to build with lots of different construction kits. We dressed up like Bob the builder with hard hats and high visibility jackets!
In English with Mrs Maclean we are reading the story ‘From Head to Toe,’ we like to copy the actions like the animals in the story.
On Friday we had our first visit of the year to the Donkey Sanctuary at Leeds for donkey assisted therapy. We were all very excited, some children got to ride the donkeys and complete some activities whilst riding around the arena. Other children took part in some groundwork with the donkey and were able to stroke and brush the donkeys’ fur.
We had a fabulous but tiring week learning!
From all the children and staff in Primary 1.