Whitecraig P7s hit the big city on Friday night and had a fantastic night. We started off ten pin bowling. Miss MacNair was the staff’s secret weapon bowling superbly with great finesse and without breaking a nail!!
After a few games we then sampled the arcade games, trying to race cars and motorbikes, shoot baskets and keep up with the dance beats.
Finally…….Pizza Hut! We all tucked into some lovely grub. Indeed we all had a great time and made some lovely memories.
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We had a great day at Forest School this week climbing and clambering over and under trees. The children showed off their skills of balance and agility, take a peek……………
The weather was great, the mood was buoyant and the children never fail to keep on amazing us.
This week they made it further up the slope, improved their skills on the tow-lift and started to work on turning and most importantly stopping!
Everyone is progressing really well and the children are aiming to get up to the red level next week…..I don’t think we will be able to stop them!
P4/5 and P6/7 were set a challenge as part of their health week activities. Working as a class they had to try and fit their whole class on a small area, each time they achieved the task their area was reduced in size.
Those that planned well achieved much!!