Before P4f begin to understand electricity, they need to know all about atoms. First we began to learn about states of matter- solids, liquids and gases. Then we looked at how an atom is structured. We know an atom contains protons, neutrons and electrons. Here we are acting out states of matter:
P7A (Miss Robertson) and P7B (Mrs Edwards) will be visiting on the morning of Monday 27th April. They need to leave at 8.30am due to traffic so we would be grateful if you could allow your child to come to school for 8.15am. The P7 doors will be opened at this time. P7C (Miss Herkes) … Continue reading P7 Risk Factory Reminder
P5/6 made some ingenious vehicles for their Flat Stanleys. Take a closer look at their inventive designs.
As from Monday 27 April 2015 until the end of October the kitchen will be serving a tasty range of nutritious meals from the East Lothian Council Spring/Summer Menu 2015. Printed copies are being sent home with every pupil, but here is an online preview.
P5/6 made some beautiful Easter mobiles to hang up at home. We loved the bright, spring-like colours and designs.
Primary 2 enjoying the sun shine on the trim trail! on PhotoPeach
The Arches, Glasgow, Friday 12th & Saturday 13th June 2015 Education Scotland and Music for Youth are working in partnership to co-produce an exciting and dynamic event aimed at young people under the age of 21, teachers, youth workers and parents. “Exchange” will take place in The Arches, Glasgow on Friday 12th and Saturday 13th June … Continue reading Exciting Opportunity for Young Musicians Aspiring to a Career in the Music Industry
Here are 2 useful links for our senior pupils to the “Revision in a Nutshell” guides provided by the National Parent Forum of Scotland: 20 Revision Guides for the new Higher qualifications http://www.npfs.org.uk/new-higher-revision-guides/ 20 Updated Revision Guides for the National 5 Qualifications http://www.npfs.org.uk/national-5-revision-in-a-nutshell/
P6 had the first of two taster sessions of cricket today. We concentrated on learning new skills to improve our catching, throwing and fielding. Everyone worked really well together and we are looking forward to next week’s session.