The children in Room 2 have been working hard to make lots of festive playdough to sell at the school fayre. We worked on lots of different skills using our senses – we were touching the different ingredients, looking carefully as we were supported to pour, listening to the water pouring (we really liked this!), smelling the peppermint and cinnamon we added and some of us chose to have a little taste of the flour too! We will keep some back so that we can play with it in class too.
This term the Nursery has been focusing on Red and Blue based activities, which included playing with red jelly and making blue paint pictures with our feet. We made Tartan paintings for St Andrews day and went to Kev’s Light and sound disco.We went on an outing to see the Christmas displays in Dobbies and took part in craft activities to make calendars and Reindeer dust for the school Christmas fair. Calendars and Reindeer Dust still available!!!!!
This term the Nursery has been focusing on Red and Blue based activities, which included playing with red jelly and making blue paint pictures with our feet. Some of us dressed up for Halloween and we made Tartan paintings for St Andrews day. We also took part in craft activities for the school Christmas fair making Calendars and glittery Reindeer Dust .
As part of our Interdisciplinary theme ‘Our World Of Work’, Rooms 6 and 7 have been busy looking at the different types of work we can do both in school as well as at home and in the community.
Some of us have been working on developing our skills and independence in our everyday work sessions by practicing following our schedules and sitting at the table for a period of time. Others have been undertaking a variety of household and self-care tasks such as cleaning, recycling and making snacks.
In October the Pupil Council met and discussed options for a whole school Halloween Activity.
The options were to have a Halloween disco, design a pumpkin or do both. After a whole school vote pupils chose to do both. A picture graph was used to share the results of the vote.
Caroline judged the pumpkin competition and decided that everyone was a winner as they were all unique and individual.
This was followed by the Halloween disco which was enjoyed by all.