A Scots word hunt, a gymnastics session using the apparatus, Big Writing time, Basic Facts practise, shape activities, tennis coaching and plenty of book sharing and story time! Even though we’ve only had a three-day week, Class 1 have found time to engage in a range of learning opportunities.
Some children have not had guided reading due to the change of timetable for Book Week Scotland, but this will resume next week. Enjoy your long weekend and we look forward to seeing everyone on Monday 25th November.
Today, as part of celebrating Book Week Scotland, P1-3 pupils have been gifted a Bookbug or a Read, Write, Count bag. These bags are for your child to keep, share and enjoy!
Each bag has a selection of developmentally appropriate books, games and resources.
Please take the time to read the letter included and to explore the bag with your child. We will look at the texts and activities in school too, throughout the coming weeks.
In the meantime, have fun!
Miss Costa 📚😊
Yesterday, the whole school had an assembly to kick off Book Week Scotland. Mrs Pirie introduced the theme ‘Blether’ and read us a lovely Scots book called ‘Moose in the Hoose’.
We also welcomed Isaac and Eleanor, our newest members of Class 1 and Class 2. We’re very excited to welcome you to Daviot!
Last but certainly not least, we congratulated Francesca and Duncan on receiving their Five Star Gold Awards.
Francesca earned her award for her positive attitide to her learning and for making pleasing progress in her reading.
Duncan received his award for being kind, helpful and for his respectful attitude towards others. Well done to you both!
Well done to all the P7 children who took part in the transition sessions at Strathdearn. Their task was to make and build a car and they were exceptional. Mr Steele was very impressed with all the groups designs and cars.
Today we celebrated day 1 of Scottish Book Week by illustrating a Scots word and taking part in a whole school treasure hunt.
Mrs Paul did a super job of hiding the words. In fact, I think she may still be hunting for them now!
We all did a super job of matching the Scots word to the English definition.
The children raised an astonishing £80.40 for Children in Need on Friday!
Thank you to all our families and friends for donating so generously.
ASN Engagement DPS
Can I please urge as many of you as possible to follow the link above, to click on the link contained in the letter issued on Friday and complete a survey of parents’ views regarding the allocation of ASN resources.
This is your chance to voice your views, concerns and ideas about what you want Additional Needs support to look like in your child’s school in the future, regardless of whether or not they have a support need at this time.
Please make sure you have your say.