This week class 4 has been working hard doing all sorts of things including French. We have been writing sentences about us and drawing colourful frames to put them in. Since we have been focusing on our writing we have been learning a lot about connectives and trying to put them in our writing. The assembly this week was about Moorfoot medal which is where you learn new,different skills and record them in your book and you get a certificate. This year many children entered it and have been learning a variety of new skills including dance,baking,climbing,helping clean around the house and more. It was great to see how many children gave it a go. Next week is World Book Day so on Friday you can dress up as your favourite book character. It is going to be so much fun!
Anyone taking part in the Moorfoot Medal initiative should complete the Bronze sections of their log books and return to their class teacher – Bronze certificates will be awarded on Friday 23rd February..
We have already seen evidence of some fantastic achievements in many different sports, service and skills and can’t wait to hear all about the children’s wider achievements outside of school !
Silver awards will be presented at Easter. Parents/Carers will be invited along to a special Moorfoot Medal assembly at the end of the Summer term when children are presented with their gold medals.
Class 4 recently took a trip to the zoo to learn about the cycle of life. They learnt about how animals and humans go through their stages in life and what happens as they grow up and mature.It also helped with the Primary 6’s sex education and what happens to you when your behaviour changes. Whilst learning about this class 4 enjoyed being at the zoo and had fun seeing the animals.