Another Term gone by and lots achieved by the Glendevon class.
We have had a very busy term and had lots of fun.
In January we enjoyed our Ceilidh dancing and joining our friends in the hall for a Ceilidh to celebrate Burns day.
February was full of hearts when we up-cycled some old clothes for the amazing fashion show – the children all looked fantastic in the Glendevon collection.
Also in February we were very busy with Fairtrade Fortnight and we are pleased to be part of achieving the schools ‘Fairaware Award’!
In March we had great fun during science and engineering week taking different journeys – especially enjoying our ‘3 little pigs’ activity out in the garden. Duncan loved being the big bad wolfe and chasing his friends!
Red nose day meant we had to turn our skills to baking and the children were fantastic at getting involved in each stage from mixing the ingredients to icing the cupcakes – brilliant Elmo inspired decoration.
Glendevon then made some lovely lavender bags to highlight Epilepsy awareness day. Thank you to Caroline for picking it from her garden a few months ago in preperation.
We have finished off the term with health week and a very competitive sports day.
Along with all the school events, we have been working hard at our teacch activities, our buildings around the world topic, gardening and making some great progress with our communication.
It was lovely to see all the parents at the reviews and our different events over the last term as always.
Hope you all have a great holiday and already looking forward to an exciting last term before the summer holidays.