Daily Bulletin – 06/02/2017

Hub Club 

Every Tuesday at 12.55 in PE for all Hub pupils and friends. All year groups welcome – You will need your PE kit!

See Miss Bisset for more details

’10 Minutes Reading in Class’

P3 this week will be ’10 minutes reading in class’. If you do not have a book please collect one of the pile of ‘free’ short story books on the display area just inside the door

All Students

Casio Scientific Calculators are available to purchase from the school office at a cost of £5.00 per item.

Word of the Week


  • Congested is an adjective.
  • Congested means ….. means crowded or blocked. E.g. The streets around the centre of town are very congested in the tourist season.
  • How many syllables in the word congested?

Puzzle of the Week

Week Beginning 9/1/17

Baby is nearly one year old now. We’ve worked out how to weigh her but nurse and I still have trouble measuring her height. She just will not stand up straight against our measuring chart. In fact she can’t stand up at all yet! So we measure her upside down.

When Baby was born, nurse held Baby’s feet, keeping them level with the 140cm mark, while I read off the mark level with the top of Baby’s head: 97cm. This year it was my turn to hold the feet. Being taller than nurse, I held them against the 150cm mark, while the nurse crawled on the floor to read the mark level with the top of Baby’s head: 84cm.

How many centimetres has Baby grown in her first year?

ANSWER: Last year, Baby was 140cm−97cm=43cm tall. This year, Baby is 150cm−84cm=66cm tall. So Baby has grown 66cm−43cm=23cm in her first year.

Week Beginning 23/1/17

A quiz has twenty questions, with seven points awarded for each correct answer, two points deducted for each wrong answer, and zero for each question omitted.

Jack scores 87 points.

How many questions did he omit?