P7 performed their class assembly on Wednesday. The theme for this week was Respect. P7 came up with an acrostic for respect in class and would like to share it with everyone.
The P7 year group had a great day on Friday displaying their Iron Man homeworks. They built some incredible looking Iron Men, using a variety of resources, with the Iron Men coming in all shapes and sizes. They have created an army of Iron Men that are now standing guard in the school foyer.
P3 Room 4 had their class assembly about “Everyday Heroes” on Wednesday. The boys and girls acted out and spoke about the “Everyday Heroes” all around us such as doctors, police, firefighters and our parents. They also taught the rest of P1-P3 that they too can be everyday heroes by being kind, sharing and loving one another. It’s the little things we do each day that make the world a better place! :)
Check out their wonderful singing and dancing! :)
In P4 our Space topic is well under way! We have been learning about the planets in our Solar System. Last week we compared the sizes of the planets by using different types of fruit, if the sun was the size of twelve large open umbrellas in comparison:
Mercury would be the size of a peppercorn
Venus and Earth would be cherry tomatoes
Mars would be a blueberry
Jupiter would be a watermelon
Saturn would be a grapefruit
Uranus would be an apple
Neptune would be an orange.
We also measured out how far away they are relative to each other in the playground. The four rocky planets (Mercury, Venus, Earth and Mars) are relatively close to the sun, whereas the big gas giants (Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus and Neptune) are much more spread out and far away from the sun.
P2 are learning about the hospital and we made Get Well Soon Cards using Pic Collage!
P4 have been out in our school grounds finding the first signs of Autumn to inspire them in their Autumn acrostic poems. They found lots of leaves, seeds, berries and conkers and came up with some great adjectives to describe them. They loved getting outside! Outdoor learning is one of our current ECO topics.
We had so much fun celebrating Gerald’s birthday! We danced, played games and ate our delicious buns! We even gave some buns to some very lucky members of staff. Mrs Crookshanks was so happy! :)
P1 R1 have been busy settling in and getting to know each other! We have been learning new sounds, counting new numbers, and making buns for the teddy bears party on Friday!