Blogs and News - St George's School For Girls, Edinburgh
On Friday 10 March, the Primary 6 girls came across from Lower School to teach some activities to the girls in the Junior School and Big Owls. There were all sorts of activities from decorating unicorn cakes to learning rugby skills.
The girls all had great fun learning new skills and appreciated the time and effort that the Primary 6 girls put into organising and teaching their chosen skill or activity.
A very big thank you to all of the Primary 6 girls!
Here are some comments from Primary 2:
- I had lots of fun doing ballet. Sofia
- I liked wrapping the yellow icing round the stick to make the unicorn horn. Beatrice
- Skye was very good at teaching us ballet. Isla
- I liked it when I was plucking the strings on the violin to play Twinkle, Twinkle. Beth
- I enjoyed decorating the cupcakes. Lucy
- I really liked making the Easter cards with Lucia. Martha
- I learnt something new cross-stitching. Georgie
- I learned that you have to play the violin with your right hand, even when you are left handed! It was really tricky! Anika
- I learnt how to decorate a cupcake and we decorated it with lots of sprinkles. Sasha
- It was fun threading the wool through the cardboard to make a friendship bracelet. Zara
- I liked learning new running skills. Zoey
- I liked spraying the sprinkles on the unicorn cake. Shania
- I learnt how to do paper ladybirds using origami. Anabelle
- I liked learning how to pass the rugby ball with Sidney. You have to pass it backwards! Saskia
- I had fun making cross-stitches. Sadie