Presentation on theme: "Facts for March 23 March World Meteorological Day Meteorology is the study of the changes in temperature, air pressure, moisture and wind pressure. Why."— Presentation transcript:
Facts for March 23 March World Meteorological Day Meteorology is the study of the changes in temperature, air pressure, moisture and wind pressure. Why do we have weather? The main reason we have weather is the sun. Weather systems start because the sun’s energy heats up some parts of Earth more than others. 24 March 1603 Union of Scottish and English Crowns - Ascension of James I James became King of England he was already King James VI of Scotland
What’s on ?? Monday 3.00Chess Club P5 – 7 - GP Room 3 Tuesday 9.15P6 Guitar Group – GP Room 8 9.153E Football – Infant Hall 10.003S Football – Infant Hall 11.20P5 & 6 Piping – GP Room 2 3.00Active Start P4 – Infant Hall 4.00Football Active Schools P 5- 7
What’s on ?? Wednesday AMP7 Bowls – Infant Hall 9.106M Rugby – AWP 9.556E Rugby – AWP 1.00P7 Piping Group GP Room 2 2.003M Football - AWP 3.00SUPA Club – GP Room 1
What’s on ?? Thursday 9.15Cathedral Visit – 3M 9.153S Walking Tour of Kirkwall 3.00Netball Nippers P1 – PE Hall 2.15Run through Songs for Service – Infant Hall Friday 9.30Easter Service led by 7E – Infant Hall 11.15Earth Hour 12.00Pupil Council – GP Room 2
Games Parliament At Games Parliament last week all your suggestions for the new name of the Quiet Area were discussed and a short list of 6 names chosen: –Chillax Corner –Chillout Zone –Dreamland –Super Fun Time Area –Whomping Willows Voting slips will be going around each class this week to decide which name is most popular.
Eco Club Earth Hour WWF’s Earth Hour is a global annual event where hundreds of millions of people switch off their lights for one hour to show they care about our planet. It’s about people from across the gobe coming together to create a symbolic and spectacular lights out display and asking for change. It happens every year between 8.30 – 9.30pm on the last Saturday in March starting in Samoa and finishing in Tahiti. Its been growing every year, with more and more countries signing up – last year 162 countries took part! We want to mark the occasion in school again and it would be great if we could have an HOUR WITHOUT POWER. This will take place on Friday 27 March 11.15 – 12.15
Eco Club We would like to have a think about what we are saving our power for. Follow this link - https://vimeo.com/119934525 to watch a short vedeo by Cel Spellmen.https://vimeo.com/119934525 Papdale could go ‘. Bunting Crazy’. It would be great if each child in school would design an A4 triangle to hand on the bunting. We want to use paper that has one side already used as this helps us keep this important message in mind. Have fun designing your triangle. We think we can do this together and make a difference for our world. Be an Eco Super Hero – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hZhblyrx4AQ https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hZhblyrx4AQ
Eco Club On LAW Duty This Week 5M 2 LAW officers in each of the playground zones 1 LAW officer with Mr MacKinnon to litter pick at the front of the school
Viking Feast Lunch Tuesday 24 March There will be a box in the reception area for the collection of stamps. Thank you
Well Done to …………. All our pupils who took part in our writing a ‘Cliffhanger’ for World Book Week. Congratulations to our Class and Year Group winners. Papdale Primary School
Well Done to …………. We are very proud of the efforts 4th Kirkwall Brownies (Thursday) have made to raise money for charity and we wanted to share their success with you. The girls, who are in P3-P5 at Papdale and Glaitness schools, held a sponsored silence last Thursday, which raised £564.50 for Cardiac Risk in the Young (Orkney Heart Screening) This brings the total they have raised for charity in the last two years to £1274.30, an impressive total for 19 young ladies! The girls are committed to keeping their Brownie promise, to serve their community and think of others before themselves. Hannah, Kirstin, Lorraine & Tasha Leaders, 4th Kirkwall Brownies
Well Done to …………. All our musicians who took part in an Orkney Traditional Music Project Concert on Saturday evening. Mia who came and showed us her badges she has gained at the Rainbows. ‘Pot of Gold’ and ‘Round About Seasons’. She is now moving up to the Brownies
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