This week we began making WW2 loaves using a 'Nothing fancy' wartime recipe - Monday we are making scones using a wartime recipe. - Eilidh
All the pupils survived the Destination Judo experience so head over to SEESAW for some footage from the session. - Amelie
Music showed the creative side of P7a as they made their own WW2 song with Mrs Baxter. - Rachel
Our Anderson Shelters have been made in Science groups and will be on display for Parents Evening. We hope to have a winner selected by blind vote so please look out for these on the night. - Aaron
In our Writing, our newspaper articles reported back on the visit from Euan Cootes, our local ten pin bowling star. He visited the pupils to share his exciting experiences travelling the world and his upcoming trip to Peru representing Scotland in the World Youth Championships. - Rebecca
Our social target this week is to line up quietly, safely and on time. There will be only 1 bell next week and pupils have been asked to line up in class order.
P7a looking smart in their school uniform.
We are very excited about the upcoming World Book Day and pupils are welcomed to bring in their favourite novel. Homework this week includes a book review to be displayed on the Pitreavie PS visit day on Thursday. I look forward to seeing everyones work.
In our own class novel, we continue to learn about Willie Bench and Tom Oakley's adventures and we will begin to show excerpts from the Goodnight Mr Tom DVD in class. This is a PG. Please contact the school office if you wish your child to opt out. It is my intention to use segments of 10-15 minutes rather than the whole film at once to allow for in depth discussion.
Have a fantastic weekend!
P7a & Mrs Watt