On behalf of Pat Veitch and The Flowers in Bloom, the children are invited to make a ‘Christmas bauble’ (made from card/paper/ribbon, anything), to be judged and the winner/winners will switch the Christmas lights on at The Green on Tuesday 4th December. Entries to be in to school no later than Wednesday, 28th November.
All children in P2-7 should receive their HT Homework Writing Challenge in their bags today. We hope the children have great fun taking part in this and look forward to reading their finished ‘books.’
Please remember to listen out tomorrow on Radio nan Gaidheal at 2pm and again on Saturday at 12:00 – children were recorded talking about plans for Children in Need tomoorrow.
Please also remember to give the children a little money tomorrow for the baking stall and bring in some baking if possible.
Spotty/yellow outfits also welcome!
Fàilte air ais! Tha sinn air a bhith gu math trang bhon a thill sinn. Rinn sinn Cleasachd còmhla ri Clas 3/4 air an Astroturf. Bha sinn a’ feuchainn ri bagannan a chumail air ar cìnn agus bha e doirbh! Thug sinn a-steach na dèideagan as fheàrr againn agus sgrìobh sinn mun deidhinn agus cuideachd tha sinn air a bhith ‘g ionnsachadh mu ar mothaichean agus a’ dèanamh deuchainnean beaga a’ smaoineachadh air ciamar a dhèanadh sinn as aonais ar mothaichean.
Welcome back! We have had a busy 2 weeks in the Gaelic class. We did PE with Primary 3/4 on the Astroturf where we worked on balance, we tried to balance beanbags on our heads and it was quite tricky! We have also been learning about our senses, how we use them to keep us safe and how we miss one of our senses when it is taken away. For our writing lesson we took in our favourite toys and wrote about them!
Tha seachdain trang eile air a bhith againn – chruinnich sinn geugan airson na seillein againn agus an uair sin thàinig Mgr Cameron agus ghluais sinn na seillein – chan eil fhios càite am bidh iad an ath sheachdain! Tha sinn deiseil a-nis airson na flùraichean a chur agus a’ feitheamh airson na seillein. Tha sinn air a bhith ‘g obair air clàran nan uiread cuideachd le beagan cuideachadh bho hoops agus ciuban.
We have had another busy week, we gathered twigs for our bee boxes and also Mr Cameron came and moved them for us to a safer place and also collected compost for us which we enjoyed uploading into our bee boxes
. Who knows where the bees might be next week!
We have been busy working on multiplication and times tables also with a little help from hoops and cubes!
Thadhal Domhnall Morris bho CnAG oirnn an t-seachdain seo. Chaidh sinn dhan choille airson camara a chuir an àrd gus am faic sinn dè na beathaichean a tha mun cuairt. Coimheadaidh sinn air nuair a thilleaas Domhnall ann an seachdain neo dhà.
Donald Morris came and visited us and we went up to the woods where we have put up a camera to see what wildlife we can capture on camera. We will be able to view the film when Donald returns in a couple of weeks. We also found a bee home and trained a camera on the bee home for half an hour to see if we could capture some bee activity – there were plenty bees but they were too fast for the camera!
We have also been busy painting our ‘bee’ filing cabinets and they are now in place down at the playpark and ready for planting.
Bha Aileag gar clàradh an t-seachdain seo cuideachd a’ bruidhinn mu dheidhinn an ceòl as fheàrr leinn agus bidh sinn air Radio Nan Gaidheal Dihaoine aig 2f agus Disathairne aig 12:00f.
The children have also been recorded on Radio nan Gaidheal talking about their favourite music, you can listen out for the children on Friday (today) at 2pm and also tomorrow (Saturday) at 12 midday.
The objects that we designed using TinkerCAD as part of the P7 visit to the STEM hub earlier this term, arrived this morning. They are quite amazing!
P4-7 are looking forward to Andy Stanton visiting us on Monday morning, 24th September. If your child has a book by Andy Stanton they can take it in to be signed by the author on Monday. There will also be an opportunity for pupils to buy a book. Please see link below for more details. […]