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Room 1 Kirklandneuk

Friday, October 29, 2010

Portrait painting

We painted these lovely self portraits after looking at similarities and differences. We had to think about the colours we needed if our picture was to look like us. We took great care with choosing the colour for our hair and eyebrows.

Our primary 7 buddies came to help us when we were painting our facial features. They helped us to choose the colour for our eyes, our lips and nose.

We enjoyed working on our portraits and we think that they look great out in our corridor.

Our new classroom

We were all very excited about moving to our new classroom and as you can see from the pictures, Mrs Ayres brought everything from our old room.

We are settling into our new routines really well.

Mrs Ayres has put our work up on the walls and we are very proud of it.

Thursday, October 28, 2010

End of term reward

As a reward for good behaviour, not having 3 reds on the traffic lights, primary 1 enjoyed a party. We got to wear our own clothes all day, then after lunch the primary 1 classes got together for some dancing and party games.

We had some snacks and drinks to keep us going.
We liked the opportunity to celebrate with our friends from the other classes.

An ice pole was a good (and tasty) way to cool down after all that dancing.

We enjoyed playing pass the parcel.

Mrs Ayres thought we were very good at dancing.

We all had a lovely time.

Welcoming a baby

As part of our religious and moral education topic, Welcoming a baby, primary 1 went for a visit to Trinity church. Mr Steele told us about how babies are welcomed into the church and about some of the things we could see before letting us explore.

The baptismal font is very important when a baby is being christened.

We enjoyed trying out the pulpit and the lectern.

We had a good look at the communion table.
We had to be very careful climbing upstairs to the gallery but it was lots of fun and we could see most of the church from up there.
We had a lovely time and then walked back to school in the sunshine.


Primary 1a really enjoyed Gladigator's visit to the school. We heard all about how to keep our teeth healthy and clean.

We had lots of fun on his inflatable toy!