What: An event to share practical games to support maths at home.
When: Wednesday 16th January. 6-730pm
Where: Holm Primary School Hall
For who: Everyone
If you can make it: Please return the slip to let us know how many people are coming. If you do not have a slip, simply put a note into school stating how many people are attending.
If you cannot make it: Information will be shared on the blog after the event. If there are any further questions, please get in touch with Mr Ross.
Hope to see you there!
We have been enjoying producing some fantastic Christmas craft over the festive period. We have made:
- Santa cards
- Elfie selfies
- Winter scenes
- Marzipan fruits
Look inside our school bags tomorrow for the finished products! They are great!
Primary 4 wish everyone a Merry Christmas and Happy New Year! We hope you all have an enjoyable and relaxing Winter break.
Thank you to all who donated items for our collection for Rev Fiona and the community. As you can see from the photographs below, we have been able to make lots of hampers. They will most certainly be warmly received by those who are gifted them.
Thank you from
P3 & Miss Penman, P3/4 & Mrs Nicholson, P4 & Miss Allan.
Today we enjoyed raising money for BBC Children In Need 2018.
We got to dress down (or up!) and had the opportunity to buy some delicious Pudsey biscuits at break.
Primary 3, 3/4 and 4 enjoyed some different activities in B Block today:
- Design your own Pudsey.
- Create your own Children In Need spotty biscuit.
- Design a Pudsey friendship band with a positive message on the inside.
We also enjoyed learning about the importance of Children In Need and discovering all the different activities and centres the charity supports. We were actively involved in sharing, giving, creating and expressing individuality while also filling each other with positive affirmations to demonstrate kindness.
Last week we learnt all about the history of Guy Fawkes Night, also known as Bonfire Night:
“We learned that on 5th November 1605, an English man called Guy Fawkes and some of his friends were unhappy with King James so they decided to try and blow up Parliament.”
“They were going to use gunpowder to blow up Parliament and the King.”
“The King’s guards caught them before they could hurt anyone.”
“King James decided that on the 5th November every year people would remember the Gunpowder Plot and how the plan failed.”
“That’s why we have Bonfire Night.”
After learning all about the history of Guy Fawkes night, we worked at our tables to sequence cards, retelling the story of Guy Fawkes Night.
We also created some fantastic firework art using paper plates, paint and lots of glitter!
We have been enjoying creating some fantastic artwork since returning to school in August. This week we created some fantastic paper haunted houses.