Robert Burns Celebrations In Room 11

Children in Room 11 have been having fun and celebrating Robert Burns. They have been listening to Scottish music, tasting and smelling haggis, neeps and tatties. They have also been listening to famous poems “To a Mouse” and “A Red , Red Rose”. We were having fun singing Scottish songs and being part of the whole school Ceilidh! All children loved playing the fiddle too!

Robert Burns Ceilidh

On Thursday the 24th of January we had our Burns Lunch followed by a very successful Ceilidh. It was wonderful to see so many people enjoying themselves, dancing to the music provided by our Music Therapist, Drumming Instructor and their musical friends. A big Thank You to all of them for coming along to help us celebrate Robert Burns Day.

New Work Experience Placements for Howes Hoose

A new term and a new work placement for one young man who started working at Airyhall Community Centre this week. His main job is to help Karen keep the Centre clean and tidy especially the toddlers play area; those of you who have little children will know how difficult this is!

Well done on a positive and enthusiastic start.


Room 15: Fun in the Snow!

Room 15 pupils were excited to see the snow last week.  Some of us lay down and made snow angels.  We enjoyed holding some cold snow in their hands and one of us insisted on taking her snow back in to class with her!  Guess who that might have been! We were all full of smiles and did some great sharing.