This week we sent off our entry to the RHET Farmhouse breakfast recipe competition – we have already got a reply from the organiser saying she thought we had worked very hard and she loved the picture of Gordon’s hens! If we win then we get our breakfast cooked for us one day – fingers crossed! It’s breakfast week this week so we’ve been doing some research on breakfast and trying to understand why it is so important. We have also been making posters to advertise the importance of breakfast. We found out an interesting fact this week – a lot of children are eating the equivalent of 8 chocolate fingers for their breakfast because there is so much sugar in their cereals!
We’ve been playing battleships in class during Maths to consolidate our co-ordinate knowledge and we also have the BeeBots in class to help too. We never knew Maths could be so much fun!
We didn’t get our Scots language workshop but in writing we are going to be inventing our own characters called Haggis, Neeps and Tatties – we’ll be trying hard to be very descriptive and hopefully use some Scots words too.
We’ve set our targets for this term now – these will be coming home soon for you to see – and we also looked at last terms targets to see if we’d achieved them. We’re pleased to say that we mostly did meet these so we’re very chuffed.
UNICEF day for change – Friday 6th February – dress in blue
February holiday – Friday 13th/Monday 16th February