Today we retold the story of Jack and the Beanstalk with actions, created story maps, planted broad beans, planted sunflowers and tried to identify plants that grow around our school grounds. A busy Tuesday for Class 1!
To kick start our new topic ‘Grow, grow, grow’, Class 1 have used Padlet today to answer some key questions. Great to see what prior knowledge exists and how creative the children’s responses were. Good work everyone 🙂
Lots on offer across Inverness for the family. Letters went out in bags last week to the oldest and only. Looks exciting!
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Thank you to Liza for sending us some lovely photos of the dancing, games and fun that was had at Daviot’s end of term disco. Everyone really enjoyed themselves and £58.65 was raised for the school. Brilliant!
Class 2 will be attending 2 sessions at SDS tomorrow. We leave at 10am and will return to school around 2.20pm.
All children require a packed lunch and water bottle.
Children will have their morning snack in school before they leave and toast will also be available as it is a toast day.
Keep your eyes peeled tomorrow for photos of our day out.
We hope everyone has had a super break and look forward to welcoming everyone back to school tomorrow at 8.45.
- Lunch money ( if required)
- Indoor shoes
- Water bottle
- Suncream (if required)
- Waterproof jacket for break/lunch.
Today Class 1 have gone home with their usual items (indoor shoes, water bottles, etc), but also with a little holiday writing challenge…
In their labelled plastic bag, each child has been given a postcard with a stamp on it. As we have been focusing on writing letters in literacy, I have told Class 1 that they may write about an event during their holidays and send their postcard to school any time before we return. That way, we might have a few items of post to read and we can learn what our friends have been up to on their break.
After reading stories such as The Jolly Postman, the children have taken an interest in different types of post and this is simply a way of allowing them to extend their interest further. However, as stated above, this is an entirely optional task and there is no pressure for those not wanting to participate.
We hope everyone has a lovely, restful break and we look forward to seeing you on Tuesday 23rd April 🙂