Here are some pictures from our Indian music workshop.
Yesterday there was a so called alien invasion. What happened was a bit like this. First we saw the fuel tanks (we identified them today) they fell from the spaceship. It had a cloaking device. We then saw slime. We analysed it and it turned out to be alien blood and it must of been … Continue reading Explanation
TGIF- 27th February 2015 It’s been a week of fallings out this week. I have had various groups of children arriving at my door (either voluntarily or sent!) to talk about disagreements in the playground. These differences of opinions happen for many different reasons- some understandable, some not so. The one thing they have in … Continue reading
The P3 children displaying their learning about Nigeria Parents attended the event and helped the children to make some crafts! On 13th February, the children hosted a Global Citizenship Day. This was the culmination of a huge amount of learning and effort. Our thanks to Miss Kinsella and Mrs Hill who organised the day and … Continue reading Global Citizenship
What stuck with me this week? Reece – That the author liked my story idea and Art. Anya – Our PE routine worked well, especially the lift. Abbie – What stuck with me this week was our Chinese Dragons that we made and I loved it. Ali – My volume work in maths. Emma – … Continue reading Primary 6 Learning Blog
Next Thursday is World Book Day and the School Pupil Council would like to enjoy and promote reading on this day. Everyone is invited to come to school and nursery dressed as a character from a book and it would be great if each child could tell us about their character and book. We also aim to create … Continue reading World Book Day Thursday 5th March
Homework Week Beginning 2nd March Homework will be given out on a Monday and should be handed in on a Friday (unless other specified). Gym will be on a Monday and Thursday – children must have full kit with them in order to participate. Reading – this should be completed every night. Pupils must … Continue reading Primary 1 Homework
Following up from our visit to Whitelee Windfarm (where we saw 220 wind turbines and learned that it would take 3 of them to provide enough electricity for the whole of Macmerry – see previous post for photos of trip), P7 made their own wind turbines this week. There were some quite tricky bits but our … Continue reading P7 make their own wind turbines