Primary 3 are enjoying a range of creative activities this week including a dance workshop, singing games and rhymes with Mr Thomson and art activities.
Primary 3 enjoyed using Fairtrade ingredients last week to make muffins.
Can you guess which Fairtrade ingredients we used? Tell us in a comment.
See the recipe below to try making the muffins at home.
Have you tried using Fairtrade in your baking? Send in recipes, photos or samples we’d love to see what you’re making.
Ready, steady, bake!
Completed our papier mache bowls and filled them with Easter treats to take home
We have been outdoors alot this week enjoying the better weather. When the senior school were singing their socks off to Pirates of the Currybean ,the infants snuck over to the park for 20 mins. We all behaved beautifully and took turns on the apparatus.
Our MacRobert Cup team did us proud on Wednesday ,they looked absolutely fabulous and came back with lots of stories about the event. As a class, we are very proud of the eight children who represented us:)
Today unfortunately the weather was not so good but it didn’t stop us dressing in our sports kit and taking part in Sports Relief Day. Whole school cosmic yoga,a massive conga around the school,free style dancing, and then back in the hall for a keep fit session ..phew!
We have had lots going on in the P3 class. Shinty lessons from Tina which we are all really enjoying . Making some very realistic Stone-Age necklaces from clay . We also wanted to show you the fab new dictionaries Mrs Dunbar and Susan ordered for us through the Scholastic site using up points we had earned from pupils buying from their company:)
We were baking Stone Age style in P3 this morning with help from Mrs MacDonald, Mrs MacKinnon and Mrs P’s sturdy girdle pan.
We used traditional Spelt flour and water ,kneaded it int a dough which we rolled flat before baking it on the roasting hot girdle.
We allowed ourselves butter but also honey which the Stone Age people did gather from wild bees nests in the trees. As Alec said “Their pain was our gain!”.
We hope some of the children will make you some flatbreads at home for you to sample.
Primary 3 would like to wish everyone a happy holiday with plenty of time for exhausted parents to put their feet up.
Here are some photos taken of us all looking very smart for our Christmas Party. Thank- you for all the tasty treats sent in for our party food.
We have had such a ridiculously busy week ,beginning with our fantastic Nativity where we acted,danced,narrated our socks off(literally!). Built some interesting structures in the snow covered playground. Showed up in our Christmas jumpers today ,donating some money for Save the Children. We gathered in the hall with our jumpers and showed the P1’s how to do a Strip the Willow so we are all set for our party this Monday .
Thank-you for all your lovely comments on our K.A.T sheets they were much appreciated:)