Please can children bring a plastic bag into school on Thursday to help them carry their belongings home.
We spent the morning outside today. We had a colour scavenger hunt and then took part in some outdoor STEM activities.
The nursery joined us this afternoon for some potted sports fun.
Please can you return the Red Profile Folders and Profile Jotters along with the Report Card Feedback Forms, once you have had a chance to look at them with your child.
We had great fun today at our Sports Day and luckily the weather stayed dry for us.
We set our butterflies free this afternoon.
Our butterflies started to hatch from their chrysalis today. It was very exciting to see them come out and dry their wings.
Our class caterpillars have been growing quickly. They are now much bigger and more hairy than they were when they arrived.
Despite the rain this morning we managed to get up into the woods and plant our trees. Our class were in charge of planting some Hawthorn trees. We learned that they will take about 5 years to grow to their full height which will be about the same size as Mr Macleod and they will provide berries which the blackbirds will eat in the winter.
As part of our Woodlands Focus Fortnight, a reminder that P5/6 (leaving at 9am), P1 (leaving at 9.30am) and P6/7 and Gaelic class (leaving at 10am) are going to Craigmonie Woods tomorrow morning (Monday, 24th May) to plant trees for Woodland Trust. P2/3 (leaving at 9am) and P3/4 (leaving at 9.30am) will then be going on Tuesday, 25th […]Tree Planting — 2020/21 GUPS News