The children in Primary 4 are learning about Religious and Moral Education. Yesterday we had two lovely visitors from the Humanist Society who chatted to all three Primary 4 classes about Humanism and its celebrations. All of the children listened exceptionally well and learned lots about Humanist beliefs and values.
Well done 🌟
A BIG thank you to Anna Bell for coming in to teach us some Latin – the children (and Miss Walker) had a tremendous time. We enjoyed drawing similarities and comparisons to the English language. This supported our learning of the Romans. Thank you to Bridget’s mum for organising!
P4B worked in teams to build Celtic Roundhouses in the nature garden. Groups planned and designed their roundhouse, gathered found materials and were challenged to make their house able to stay up on its own. Super teamwork, construction and problem solving skills – well done all!
P4A have been learning that everyone has similarities and differences but we are all unique. It was lovely to hear the children shouting out positive comments to their classmates about what they feel makes that person unique. Working in groups, they then created a unique friend by drawing a different part of the body and sticking the parts together. Finally they thought about what makes them special and proud. I have to say I was proud as punch – what a brilliant class! Ellie and Mariella enjoyed sharing their learning at assembly today.
Today we said a BIG good bye and good luck to our friend and classmate David. We wish him well at his new school and we hope he lets us know how he gets on! We miss your big smile and chats already…