P9 student Finley performed 3 tracks in secondary assembly on Friday, and blew everyone away with his amazing skills. He received huge rounds of applause and also received his Grade 1 drumming certificate.
P3 returned to class on Friday to a note saying Ronnie Robot had been kidnapped!
They received a phone call saying that for Ronnie to be returned they needed to pay £200.
A note was written for the kidnapper and P3 left £200 from the toy shop money.
However, the kidnapper did not fall for P3’s plan and refused to accept the toy shop money.
P3 then decided in DT they would become superheroes to be able to save Ronnie Robot. They designed a costume and explained what makes their costumes special.
On Monday P3 came into class to a note left by the Toy Maker.
They were set the challenge to create missing robot posters to help find Ronnie Robot. P3 then worked hard to create missing posters, ensuring they had a picture of Ronnie on, a description and a reward for finding Ronnie.
P3 hope Ronnie is returned soon.
P4 travelled to Newcastle and visited the Hindu Temple. The group had to demonstrate how well they could behave and respect the beliefs and religions of others. Part of the visit was taking part in a prayer that happens every day at 11.00 o’clock. The bell is rung to let the Gods know you are entering. At the end of the visit the group were handed some Indian sweets to enjoy on the ride back to school.
P4 accessed the local community to practise road safety and Independent living skills. The group made a purchase at the local shop and calculated the total cost and change to be given. It was a lovely change to get the group out of the classroom and put their skills learnt into practice.
Today in Science P3 completed an experiment to see which car would travel the furthest.
They tested different heights, materials and length of ramps and different sizes of cars.
The pupil’s made predictions before each race.
“The grass will slow it.”
“The big car will be quicker.”
“The car is higher so it flipped.”
Today Ronnie Robot set the classroom up like a toy shop.
P3 took it in turns to be the shop keeper.
The boys and girls had to find the correct coin/amount to be able to buy their toys.
Green group also had to work out the change.
P3 are excited for Ronnie Robots next challenge!
Just a quick blog to let you know that on Tuesday night myself and Michelle (Chairperson of the PTA) undertook a firewalk in order to raise funds for the school. If you would like to make any sort of contribution or donation towards this it would be greatly appreciated. This could be done via the school office or by sending money in with your children.
Thanks again for all your support and a kind of huge thanks to Freddie’s mum Sam for organising it all.