P1’s tribute to our wonderful Key Workers. We had great fun making our rainbows!
Our new topic is ‘All about me’ so we started off making people from play dough.
This is our new wall display in the Assembly Hall.
Writing zero in the playground with chalk
Enjoying the Autumn sunshine!
Eating porridge today. Just like the three bears.
Making our sounds with play dough
Sorting for colour
Remember to keep an eye on the board outside the P1 classroom otherwise Mrs Fryar is going to have to do this every day 😂
Having fun in the sun 🌞
Time to start the hard work. We are learning our first sound and trying to write it!
Still working on those fine motor skills. We were modelling play dough today!
P1 discovered on Friday that Bubble Wrap can be a lot of fun! Mrs Annett on the other hand was developing their fine motor skills!
Today we talked about our worries. We read the story ‘Mr Worry’ and then we blew all our worries away with bubbles!
Lucky P1! We are the only class that are allowed to use the climbing frame at the minute!
Developing our fine motor skills
Look at our display board in the Assembly Hall! Everyone in P1 is happy!
Look what we were up to in Primary 1 today!
We even did some dancing!
Friday afternoon and all the children are away home. Mrs Annett and Mrs Fryar are busy cleaning with the 'Cold Fogger'.
All together now
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