P6/7D are making a collection for Highland Foodbank next week. We would be grateful if you were able to bring in any of the items listed below. We will drop off our collection on Thursday afternoon. Thank you for your support!
A reminder that children should bring in their homework ‘books’ to share with their classes next week – Monday, 17th. I’m looking forward to reading all our budding author’s work. The sheet relating to this can be found in Newsletters section.
Today, Primary 4/5 celebrated Festive Friday!
The class have welcomed our new arrival this week – Elfie the class elf! He hopefully won’t get too mischievous, but we’ll have to wait and see…
Primary 4/5 will start their enterprize Christmas craft next week and letters will be going home next week about the items that we are creating and selling.
Miss Mac 🙂
Don’t forget it is Festive Friday tomorrow. I can’t wait to see everyone looking all Christmassy!
Last week, we had a superstar artist in our class.
He presented all of his artwork to the class – who were all very impressed! He then took a picture of his favourite art piece – his tiger.
We also celebrated a fantastic builder who created a brilliant building during some free play time.
Miss Mac 🙂
We look forward to seeing you all at our Open Afternoon tomorrow (2pm) and sharing some Maths and Science activities . The Scholastic Book Fair will take place in the school hall and will follow the same system as last year. You take your choice of book up to the ordering table where your order […]
Glenurquhart Primary School Parent Council are delighted to offer tea towels and cotton shopping bags for sale. Both items have a self-portrait of every child in the school on them, as well as the school logo. They are priced at £3 for tea towels and £5 for cotton shopping bags. If you would like to […]
For today’s writing lesson, the children had to demonstrate and record the steps that are needed to make a jam sandwich.
The children used great concentration skills when spreading the butter and jam onto their bread. It was great to see the children demonstrating good team working and sharing skills, as they had to share the butter, jam, and knife.
They finished off this activity by cutting their sandwiches in half and trying their sandwiches.
Some of the children’s comments:
‘I don’t normally like jam, but I like this one’.
‘Can I have some more?’
‘This is amazing – can we do this again?’