On Friday 20th May at our P4-7 Assembly we celebrated all the fabulous Language learning that has been happening at Sciennes, so ably led by Ms Bethan Owen, and thanked our three wonderful Language volunteers, Isabel, Sergio and Miguel, as well as our excellent final year Bilingual Primary Education student, Ana Vidal, from Madrid University.
We made suggestions for cultural activities that our children might get involved in over the weekend to celebrate UN World Day for Cultural Diversity on May 21st and were delighted to note so many of our children already take part in similar activities to the ones suggested.
We also looked forward to Sciennes Parent Council’s exciting International Fair on SATURDAY 4th JUNE 12pm-3pm and found out more about the mysterious yarnbombing phenomenon, which has decorated our playground overnight!
Next week, each class will contribute to City of Edinburgh’s 1+2 Twitter campaign and we used some examples of Tweets already happening this week, to give everyone ideas!
We started the day at 8am with a ‘Walking Bus’ and ended it at 12pm with an ECO Schools Clean Up Campaign. P6 pupils Laura and Arooj explained very clearly and confidently how these two events helped us make a difference in tackling Climate Change (Global Goal 13).
It was wonderful to welcome the team from Nourish Scotland to school on Thursday 19th May, who were gathering children’s views about The Right to Food’ for Tam Baillie, the Children and Young People’s Commissioner.
Unfortunately we ran out of time to hear from our Sports Captains on the presentations they have created about Olympic Values and Fencing, and the Day for Change count is still ongoing! Another very busy week at Sciennes!