On Tuesdays P5 will be visited by the Bible alive team. We have had 2 sessions so far and have really enjoyed it. We have been learning about stories in the Bible through songs, poems, re-enactments, props and artefacts.
‘Bible alive has been a great subject to learn because it is a fun way to learn something new.’ Rory
‘I enjoyed when I got to dress up as Joseph during Bible Alive because it was fun to try on the costumes.’ Campbell
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!
Primary 5 had their party on Thursday afternoon. We played party games including pass the parcel, musical statues, corners and the elimination dance. We also had some delicious biscuits (made by the canteen staff) and some other snacks. We made our own party playlist which came in very handy for the dance competition at the end of the party! There were lots of prizes and some great Scottish dancing too. Thank you to everyone that helped us to make our party a success. Here are some photos from the party!
Congratulations to our P5 girls that took part in a gymnastics competition at the weekend.
Congratulations to our very own Judo star. He got a silver medal and a trophy for being ‘one of the best in the judo class.’
My heart couldn’t feel more full!! Absolutely bursting with happiness and just being so proud!!! What an achievement to the girls!! Thank you so much to everyone that helped us on our journey. Mrs Williams, Mrs Webb and Mr Ross – legends.
Eden Court were amazing and special thank you to the Dance Artist Louise Marshall!!
All the girls were superstars!!!! Thank you to them and their families. I have been so touched by the words of thanks but the girls are the true achievers. It’s moments like this that I love my job and all the children I work with. I hope the girls will remember this day for what it was – truly awesome!!! More importantly they continue to believe they can achieve whatever they want to and KEEP DANCING !!
This week a lady named Anna came to visit the class. She is a primary teacher from France. She brought a letter from her class that came in the form of a puzzle. It explained that she has a class of 24 pupils. We learnt about her school and she showed us a video tour of her school.
We made leaflets and PowerPoint presentations about our school and Inverness to give to her.
Anna even taught us a lesson about the human body in French. We have loved having you in our class Anna and look forward to hearing from you and your school soon!
As we all know, Wednesday the 31st was Halloween. P5 decided to celebrate in lots of different ways. For starters, Miss Campbell decorated the classroom in a spooky way. Effie and Rosa also helped by taking in an amazing banner from home. Next, we wrote some gruesome descriptions about a haunted house. In the afternoon we all designed our own pumpkins on paper. We then used our designs to create our very own ‘satkins’. Obviously they are satsuma pumkins!
Here are a few photos from our awesome day.
I have put an edited version of the PPT presentation from the Wraparound Spelling event on the blog. Please find it within the Support for Learning 18/19 blog.
Please read it through and contact me if you have any questions.
Primary 5 have had lots of fun over the past couple of days learning about Banksy and his street art. We looked at graffiti and debated the idea of it being art or just vandalism.
Today we followed in Banksy’s footstep s and designed our own street art using stencils we made from paper plates. What do you think?