Room 10 have a very busy term 4 ahead after a successful term 3! We are delighted that we managed to raise £177, working alongside Room 8, at our Fairtrade Cafe and we would like to thank all of the Primary 3 friends and family that came along to support us. The children of Room 10 and Room 8 decided to donate the money to the Archie in Africa foundation that the whole school supported last term.
In Term 4, we have two different projects that we are focussing on related to both the Sea and Seashore and the Weather. The children are very keen on these projects and they have been very busy doing lots of online research and note-making on these topics, both in class and in their own time. The children have been actively encouraged to gain as many opportunities as possible to watch, read or listen to weather reports outside of school to recognise the different features of a weather report, with the aim to the children writing and presenting their own weather reports to the rest of the class at the end of the term. Recently, the children have been very creative and have been turning our classroom wall into a beautiful sea full of exciting sea creatures, such as seahorses, crabs and a giant octopus! We are hoping to plan a school trip related to our project and we will let you know more about this when plans are set.
We have several slots in our timetable across the week when we have P.E, health hustle or basic moves. The children require to have a full P.E kit for these activities – shorts/jogging bottoms, a plain t-shirt (football strips are discouraged) and indoor gym shoes. Could we please ask that all children have an appropriate P.E kit with them every day in school so that they can participate fully in physical activities. With sports day approaching this term, we would like to ensure that all children have the appropriate kit.
Thank you for your continued support throughout the year.