It’s beginning to feel a lot like Christmas here at Rowanfield. The decorations are up and we’ve already had one Christmas Dinner – complete with crackers. We’re looking forward to making Christmas cards and gifts, playing games and of course, our Christmas parties!
We’d like to take this opportunity to wish all friends or Rowanfield a very Merry Christmas and all the best for the New Year.
What would happen if all the traffic lights were green? What if all our food was purple? If you could turn 3 things orange what would they be?
Rowanfield has been investigating all the colours of the rainbow in our first ever colour week. We’ve printed, painted and pasted every shade of our chosen colour with some great results.
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We had a great time celebrating World Book Day. We dressed up as heroes and villains in the morning. In the afternoon we consulted with Dr Book and enjoyed some time in our school library.
Throughout the week we have been writing stories for the Rowanfield Young Writers competition. Well done to everyone who took part.
Our Runners up were Mathugh Smith, P-P-P-Penguin and Matthew Clark, The Monster.
Our winners from each team were
- P 2,3,4 James Archibald, Jim and the Creepy Ghost
- P 4,5,6 Martin Kerrigan Dan the Warrior
- P 6, 7 Scott Hutton The Young Bear’s Future
Edward with his model of the Forth Road Bridge
Edward took up the challenge of building a bridge that spanned 1 metre and would hold 1 KG for 1 minute. He built this fantastic model of the Forth Road Bridge at home. It more than met the challenge!