Named Person – Business as usual
One Whole Week In After a very busy week, we are finalising course choice and timetable for all of our students. We are now looking forward to working hard with our students, staff, parents and carers, and thank you for your continued support. Please refer any issues with recoursing, from Monday 29th August, to Guidance. Examination Results Service … Continue reading Update 26th August 2016
The topic we are looking at just now is Our Community, looking at the differences between urban and rural. We are working in co-operative groups and are looking at ‘think’, ‘puzzle’, and ‘explore’. We would like to make collages to show the differences. If you have any old magazines that have pictures in that we … Continue reading Topic – Urban and Rural
This first full week of learning has been very positive. Lots of learning in numeracy, literacy and health and wellbeing already! Classes are also busy working on their charters -some classes have even looked at the values linked to the Olympic games. Children have been prepared for our Drop Everything and Read challenge and a … Continue reading We are off to a great start!
A significant report has been published on a 4 year, 125 school, 40,000 pupil Outdoor Learning Demonstration Project. A full copy of the Natural Connections project report can be downloaded from Natural England’s Access to Evidence publications catalogue. An 11-minute film has been produced to accompany the publication of the project report. It concluded; 92 … Continue reading Evidence of impact of Outdoor Learning published
Our Primary 1s will attend full-time from Monday 29th August. Click on the image below for a reminder of their full-time hours:
Please see below this week’s edition of PLus. Should you wish a paper copy, please contact the school office.
P1/2/3 CASTLES P3/4/5 The Mayans P6/7 WW2
Craig – ‘This week in music we welcomed back Mrs Broadly. We were learning a Spanish song about grasslands.’ Music Rory – ‘On Tuesday we went to the Orchard and we found lots of different types of bugs. We tried to figure out what their names were by using an identification sheet. We found an … Continue reading P5 Learning Blog
Welcome back from the Summer Holidays to all of our friends in all of the St Martin’s Classes. On Thursday we started to make our Olympic medals in Art with Ms McLeod and this is one of our highlights. Eevayne – “I am really good at Calm Time because I was able to fall asleep … Continue reading Primary 5’s fantastic first week!