We look forward to welcoming everyone to Daviot Primary for our school sports tomorrow. We aim to kick off at 1.30. The weather and field conditions are good so hopefully, it will remain dry.
All children should come to school in their normal school uniforms. Children should ensure they have suitable PE kit in their bags, comfortable outdoor trainers and a water bottle.
If the weather does change overnight/ tomorrow I will post on the blog ASAP. Keep your eyes peeled.
P4 joined Class 2 today for an afternoon of design technology and digital learning . The class worked in groups to create a ‘Sphero Town’. They had to think about the width of the sphero when planning their roads and town layout. Lots of super team work.
P4s even had a chance to play around with the sphero. It wasn’t as easy as it looked.
We look forward finishing and driving the sphero through our towns next Wednesday.
An afternoon of singing, playing, building friendships and outdoor games. We hope Savannah, Harvey and Rory enjoyed their second visit to Class 1!
We had a very bright, tropical lunchtime at Daviot today! Some fantastic outfits and accessories- well done to everyone and we hope you enjoyed your Hawaiian themed picnic lunch ☀️🌴🌺🍍👌🏻
Quick reminder to say it is picnic lunch tomorrow (12-12.30) No other food choice is available.
This year the theme is Hawaiian. Children may bring in any hawaiian themed clothing/accessories to wear.
Keep your eyes peeled tomorrow for some photos.
We are looking forward to welcoming back our P1’s tomorrow. They will be in school from 12.30 until the end of the day.
P4 will also spend the afternoon in Class 2 with Mrs Beattie and P5-7.
We have lots of great activities planned. See you all tomorrow!
This afternoon, Class 1 looked at some new, unusual flowers and then did some beautifully detailed observational drawings. We also planted some watercress seeds in the hopes of making our own cress heads…we’ll share some photos when they start to germinate 😉 At the end of the day, we were challenged to order ourselves from the shortest broad bean to the tallest- quite a challenge as they’ve all grown so well! These beans have now been taken home.