Thank you again to all the teachers, volunteers, visitors, parents and carers who made today’s wonderful event possible.
We enjoyed karate, drumming, Japanese language, traditional and robotic toys, origami and sushi making.
We were delighted to welcome the Deputy Consulate General of Japan and Local Councillor Maureen Child.
Sharing and learning about cultures is an important part of our education and citizenship.
Article 31: Our Right to relax and play and enjoy a range of cultural and artistic activities.
Questions to Investigate:
What is the capital of Japan?
What does the Japanese flag and money look like?
What sports are enjoyed in Japan?
Can I write my name in Japanese?
How far is Japan from Edinburgh?
Can you think of your own questions to research?
Looking after the body and mind is important for our health. Taking part in regular excercise, or being active in other ways, brings many benefits to our physical health as well as our mental wellbeing.
Through this unit, the children will learn that in order to help us feel resilient we need to live a well-balanced and healthy life. When we feel ‘down’, being active is sometimes the last thing on our mind. However when we adapt an active lifestyle, fuel our body with proper nutrition and respect our bodies by allowing time to rest and relax, it can lead to a longer, healthier and more fulfilling life.
Play Scotland is the National organisation for play in Scotland, working to promote the importance of play for all children and young people, and campaigns to create increased play opportunities in the community. #playeveryday
You can find out more and download the FREE Parent Play Pack here
Sign up for the clubs is open now and until 16th April.
Shirley Banks our Active Schools Coordinator will be in school on Thursday 29th March from 8am to help Parents/Carers to sign pupils up for next term or can be contacted on the details below.
All clubs remain FREE of charge. To join the clubs you can click on the links below.
P1 & 2 Dance is full