Schools get active for winter
JAMIESON Primary School senior students are working on a Financial Maths unit t his t erm.
The culmination will be presented on Thursday, June 28.
The students have created a small business plan and will hold a school market i n t he school grounds.
They will be selling products t o make a profit; t he aim i s t o display a profit or l oss l edger at t he end of t he market day.
The i t ems are under t he amazing banners of ‘ Quinn’s amazing non sticky slime’, ‘ Jess t he pancake pro’, ‘ Lily K t he smoothie queen’, ‘ Lily B t he chocolate shop’, ‘ Harper’s cookies and l emonade’, ‘ Charlie’s l ucky dip’ and a f unny game called ‘ l ove t he dunny r oll’.
There i s great variety and much more f or sale on t his special market day Thursday, June 28 at 12 noon.
ACTIVE Jamieson, i s certainly proving very popular i n t he community, t he l atest addition t o t he busy schedule f or physical activity i s t he ‘ six weeks of yoga classes’ held i n t he Jamieson Memorial Hall.
Mansfield Yoga specialist Ella McRae i s driving t o Jamieson every Monday morning as 12 l ocal participants l earn and practice yoga under her t utelage f or 75 minutes.
Ella has a Jamieson background – she was educated at Jamieson Primary School and some of her yoga students were students at Jamieson Primary School with her.
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