Class 1 got to work today on sharing their knowledge about hygiene learnt from Anna’s visit. Whilst P1-2 created a body collage, P3-4 used Padlet to present their facts. We just need to finish off our work, but there were some great ideas and creativity from all 😊
Class 2 had an excellent morning learning all about the Construction Industry as part of our World of Work and DYW project.
Jade told us all about the importance of having a positive attitude as well as having the skills to do the job. We learned a lot about working as a team and sticking to a deadline as we completed a tender form. Our task for the client was to build a tower in the quickest time. There were penalities and profits made.
We had a great time and thanks again to Jade at Robertson’s. We are excited about our visit to their site tomorrow.
Today Class 1 had a visit from Anna, our School Nurse, and her colleague Gemma. They talked to us about the importance of water when trying to keep healthy. We talked about how much water we should drink and why, the importance of hygiene (from our head to our toes!) and germs. We even used a special cream and lightbox to show how germs can spread, and how important it is to wash our hands thoroughly.
Thank you very much Anna and Gemma- it was a very informative day!
Please see below a few up and coming events for Class 2.
Wednesday 13th February – Visit from Robertson’s Construction about the technology and developments used in the construction industry.
Thursday 14th February (am only) – visit to the new Justice Service Building (old college) to observe and see how new technology is used.
Sunday 17th February – Gravity Troopers- Ethan and Katie travel to Bristol with their team from SDS. We wish them all the best!
Monday 18, Tues 19th and Wed 20th – No school for pupils.
Monday 25th February – STEM Hub visit for Class 2 to introduce BBC microbit and consolidate existing digital skills
Thursday 28th February – STEM themed Curriculum Evening. Details to follow.
If you have any questions or queries about any of the above events, please contact Mrs Beattie or the school office.
Following on from Safer Internet Day last week, Class 1 have used an app of their choice to share tips on how to stay safe when going online. Great work everyone!
This afternoon both classes came together to share their learning and knowledge about the importance of staying safe online.
Everyone worked very hard to think about what they are going to do, to ensure they are safe online. Some of their ideas are below-
- Have strong passwords and change them regularly.
- Limit the time spent online.
- Always ask permission to buy something online through a game.
- Only add friends that you know.
- Never give out your password.
Bellfield Park Tennis
The tennis season is not far away when we look forward to welcoming you down to Bellfield Park courts.
Before that we have a couple of indoor mini tennis classes that are available! We have been in a lot of schools over the last 4 weeks and hope that some of you want to continue playing.
There is a 4 week block at Drakies Primary School on a Thursday starting on February 21st February finishing on 14th March.
There are two classes available 5.30-6.30pm and 6.30-7.30pm and both classes are open to P3-7 children. The first session is free and cost for the 4 weeks is only £6.
In the February break we are also holding a mini tennis camp at Hilton Community Centre. Times are P1-3 10-11.30 and P1-4 11.30-1, the session cost is £5
Both of the above are available on our Bellfield Clubspark website. Click on coaching to find your class, and book your place, alternatively email Lizzy.Burke@btinternet.com. All equipment is provided just bring a drink
If you have any queries please contact me on 07983116947
Hope to see you soon