To finish our ‘Pirate’ topic we had a party in the nursery. We dressed up, had pirate party food, listened to a pirate story and did lots of dancing. Pirate Party (p.m group) on PhotoPeach
To finish our ‘Pirate’ topic we had a party in the nursery. We invited the primary 1 class who also were learning about pirates as their ‘People in the Past’ topic. We invited special guests Mrs Gardyne, Captain Redpatch (Mrs Redpath), Mrs Powlett and Miss Kinghorn. We dressed up, played pirate games in the gym … Continue reading Pirate Party -Nursery and Primary 1
Early learning session for parents of babies Venue Nungate Community Centre Thursday’s 23 April—4 June 2015 Haddington PEEP
Last term our topic was ‘People in the Past. For this we chose to learn about Pirates. We had lots of fun playing in our pirate ship going on adventures to find the buried treasure. We named our pirate ship the Cuttlefish and had a naming ceremony. We made pirate maps “x makes the spot” … Continue reading Nursery- Pirate Fun
West Barns Primary School was inspected in November 2013. The lead inspector during the feedback challenged the school community to develop the curriculum to make it the ‘West Barns Curriculum’. Over the past 18 months, the school community has worked to develop the curriculum – moving from ‘a blank wall’ to a shared understanding of … Continue reading Building a Curriculum for West Barns Primary School
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P5/6 have planted some potatoes. We can’t wait to watch them grow!
Be in a Band! Write, rehearse and record your own song, perform live in a professional music venue and take away a CD of your track with band photo. Also hear your song on East Coast FM! ** ALL COMPLETELY FREE! ** Open to P7 pupils in East Lothian schools. No music experience necessary. Travel … Continue reading Free Summer Music School for P7 Pupils!
P5/6 have been investigating the structure of flowering plants. They presented their findings as 3D posters.