Dear Primary 7,
I hope you have had a great week and have been able to get outside to enjoy the lovely sunshine. I also hope that you got the chance to try some of the Health Week activities posted in the grid. Make sure you stay hydrated if you are doing anything active in the heat!
For those of you going to JGHS, the office and myself have emailed you a link to a clip to help you with transition. It’s fun to watch and it shows you the main buildings and introduces some of the teachers. If you are going to JGHS and haven’t seen it, I would recommend you take a look.
I will post the grid for Week 8 as usual on Monday. There is an environmental theme this week, which I hope you will enjoy.
As always, if you have any questions or anything to share, please do email it to:
me directly, share it on TEAMS or firstname.lastname@example.org
For those of you not yet set up, please do read the code of conduct below and let the office know. They will send you your login details.
When you do get access, I shall send you an email and it would be lovely if you said hello on the posts in TEAMS. We are looking forward to hearing from you!
In other news, as it was Health Week this week, I didn’t bake but made Shakshuka. It’s very tasty and you can make it as spicy as you like it. Copper had been eating less healthily, he had one of his favourite treats, the end of an ice cream tub as you can see from the picture below. I also managed to find him a new dog shampoo, so he looks a bit fluffier than usual!
I hope you all have a lovely weekend and I look forward to hearing from you all soon.
Enjoying his treat!
Fluffy from the shower
Shakshuka, feta and salad
The ice cream is mine!
Recipe for Shakshuka:
You will need:
Two tins of chopped tomatoes
2 Garlic cloves
Veg of your choice (peppers, courgettes, aubergine etc)
Cook the onion and the garlic in oil.
Add half a teaspoon of cayenne pepper, chilli flakes and coriander.
Add a full teaspoon of paprika and cumin.
Add the vegetables and the chopped tomatoes and bring to the boil.
Once the vegetables are cooked, crack in the eggs and cover with a lid. Leave until the whites of the eggs look cooked
Serve warm, crumble feta on top and enjoy with bread and salad!