Unfortunately, Mrs MacPherson was off school today (get well soon, Mrs Mac!) – so Class 2 had the chance to join in with Class 1’s Arctic Adventure topic. We learnt all about Inuit boats, and then we designed and made some of our own. It was great to see the younger and older children working so well together again (it reminded me so much of last year). The support, cooperation and encouragement demonstrated by every child in the class filled my heart with delight. A VERY big well done goes out to Josh for expertly teaching pupils and staff how to make origami boats. His generosity of spirit was fantastic – and his instructions were perfect. If he doesn’t take up acting or singing in the future, he could definitely have a career in education. I have been so impressed with Josh in every aspect of school life this year. I’m so proud of his progress – and I know his mum, dad, sister and grandparents will be too! Well done, young man. Well done, everyone! I’m so proud of you all! Go Team Daviot!
I’m just adding a quick post to remind all parents that swimming lessons will be restarting on Thursday afternoon (February 2nd). Please ensure children come to school with the appropriate swimming kit. Bringing a snack and a drink is always a good idea too. Thanks for your support.
Strathnairn Music Initiative has two spaces available for weekly guitar lessons (3.15pm to 3.45pm, Tuesdays – at Farr Primary School). Please contact Marielle or Fran if you wish to join the sessions. The cost is £4.00 each week, and fees are paid in full at the start of each academic term. Please note, spaces are only available for Strathnairn residents.
Skye worked so hard on this picture – and I know you’ll all agree that the results are amazing! I don’t think I have ever seen better colouring in from a P1! Well done, young lady. I am so proud of you – and I know your mum, dad and sisters will be too!