Parents & Carers, Please join us on Monday 17th December
Create Christmas craft with your children
Join us in some Christmas singing
There will be festive refreshments too!
We had a fun Science lesson in P2B today. We tried to make magic fireworks with milk, food colouring and fairy liquid.
We filled some trays with milk and popped food colouring in it. Then we dipped cotton buds into fairy liquid and then kept them still in the milk. When our experiment worked, the fairy liquid reacted to the fat in the milk and sent the food colouring shooting across the tray like fireworks. However, the nature of science is that it does not work flawlessly every time so some of our experiments weren’t as effective as others.
Great teamwork from everyone! 🙂
Term 1 in Primary 2 was very busy. We spent a lot of time getting used to our new classrooms and getting to know each other. We were also lucky enough to get out into the community for lots of fun learning opportunities. This is a little update of the things we’ve been doing so far.
Our Trip to Bo’Ness Railway
As part of our transport topic, we visited Bo’Ness Railway where we got to take a trip on a steam train!
Newhailes Bramble Event
We also spent the morning at Newhailes trying out lots of outdoor activities. We got to use paint made from natural ingredients, we got to try bramble jam and play with bubbles!
We had visitors from Save a Life Scotland and St John’s Scotland come and teach us all about CPR and how to administer it.
We had a great time at the Halloween Party this week!
Outdoor Classroom Day
Yesterday was outdoor classroom day. So, p2 spent the morning making their own bubble solution and investigating which bubble wands were most effective.
We also spent time outside completing an Autumn scavenger hunt.
Dear Parents & Carers,
YOU are invited to our upcoming Healthy Snacks, Healthy Living All Teach All Learn on Wednesday 26th September at 2pm.
All parents & carers who attend will be entered into a prize draw.
We look forward to seeing you there.
We are delighted to have launched our next ‘Building Resilience’ unit, Look on the Bright Side. We can all look at the same situation from different perspectives. Sometimes the way we think about things that happen to us can have a bigger impact on our Wellbeing than the event itself. This unit will be exploring how through focusing on the positive things in our life and what we are grateful for can be a helpful way to change our mood. Look out for your family leaflet and home task.