The boys and girls dressed up in green for Green Schools Day. They really enjoyed going to the stalls which were run by the sixth class students. There was nail painting, face painting, penalty shoot out competitions, freshly baked goodies, obstacle courses, skooters and go- karting, to name but at few. No doubt all the pocket money was spent! Later on in the afternoon some of the children from room 12 took part in the 'Trashion Show' which was run by the Green Schools Committee. These children made a fabulous outfit out of recyclable materials. The sun came out and we all enjoyed watching the Trashion Show and cheering on our classmates. Well done everybody!
To celebrate being a green school, we planted pansies and violas into pots. It was dirty work but we didn't care! We had great fun planting and watering our pretty flowers. After our planting we had to tidy up the mess we made in the courtyard.
In the afternoon, we shopped until we dropped in the P.E. hall. The 6th class had a variety of exciting stalls selling unwanted toys, delicious treats as well as face and nail painting. We then enjoyed the sunshine while we watched the Trashion show. The costumes were all made using recycled or reused materials.
The children in room 12 were very busy preparing poems, stories, songs and raps for National Walk to School Day. Well done boys and girls on all your hard work. Have a listen!
We made pinch pots using clay. We then used our imaginations to create a 'strange creature' that you might find in the jungle. We had lots of fun creating and painting our clay pieces.
We used the primary colours to mix our own secondary colours. It was great fun mixing the paints to make new colours.