The school has been looking at healthy eating and we were looking at what a healthy lunchbox might look like! Ms Buggie had a fantastic idea to run a competition to encourage all the children and staff to think about healthy lunches. The children had a few weeks to design and enter their idea of what a healthy lunch would look like. Last Wednesday on St. Valentine’s Day our winner was picked. Ms Buggie and her independent judges were torn over the entries, and 10 very lucky children were picked. Congratulations all and well done to everyone who entered.
We were very busy on Thursday as we held our schools annual Talent Show . The list was full of all the children ready to show us their talent.
What wonderful talent we have in our school! The children have such a range of amazing talents from dancing to rapping and from comedy to singing. We all had an amazing time and we are looking forward to seeing more next year!
1st, 2nd, 3rd and 4th class are working on a special recital for our Christmas show! We have been working so hard in our classrooms and together to learn some Christmas songs for the event! Mr. Healy’s class are really helping Ms. Grant’s class with learning the new songs! We are practicing really hard! We are sorry though to the parents for all of the practicing at home, it’s only another six weeks until the show! Enjoy the meme!
A very enjoyable sports day took place on the campus this week. Each class participated in three races; sprints, potato and spoon race and sack race. There was lots of laughing and falling down. We then had a parents race and a spontaneous teachers race which was very enjoyable for all… A huge thank you to Ms Gow for organising the events on the day. Also, a thank you to Ms Buggie and her wellbeing committee who organised a bouncy castle and an ice-cream van. Take a look at some of the shots taken on the day.
We had a lovely music lesson today when some of the very talented musicians from 3rd and 4th Class came down to teach 1st and 2nd Class how to play the ukulele. Special thanks to Mr Healy for organising this. We cannot wait to try it again.