P4B has got off to a flying start! Although we have come together from different classes and different schools, we have all settled in well and have made some new friendships. We are working hard and are enjoying our learning. Our class novel at the moment is Charlotte’s Web and we are loving listening to … Continue reading
P2D have been extremely busy getting ready for Nativity. It is still top secret but all we can say is that we are working so hard and it is looking and sounding great! We cannot wait for you all to see it in a few weeks time. We have also made some decorations for the … Continue reading Such a busy time of year!
Primary 5 worked as a class team to draw and design their own version of the classic ‘Starry Night’ by Vincent Van Gogh. They looked at brush strokes and discussed textures to create this fantastic display.
This week we have been doing a lot of activities. This week we have been to see the P7 show, called the Rocky Monster Show. It was about monsters coming to life. The main characters were called: Mungo, Elsa, the Professor, Rebecca Shelly, Egor and Gloria. We were at a Drama lesson with Shonagh Davidson … Continue reading This week in P5A
This week we have started to get in the Festive spirit as we designed and decorated our Christmas stockings. These are all looking wonderful and will be on display at the Christmas Fair next Thursday evening. We ran our first mile this morning and everyone completed at least 16 laps of the playground, well done! … Continue reading Friday 27th November
Mrs Lima gave 6A a reading challenge back in October. Some children helped to design the Pick and Mix Book Challenge and everyone in 6A is working towards an award. The hand in date is Tuesday 5.1.16. The genres are Crime, Adventure, Sci-Fi, Comedy, Diary, Myths, Autobiography, Non-Fiction, Classic, Fairytale, Sport and Animal. As part … Continue reading Mrs Lima’s Pick and Mix Genre Challenge and Reading in 6A
This term p5,6,7 have been looking at the Victorians. For homework we were asked to do something about an invention made in the Victorian times. In class we wrote an imaginary entry from a Victorian child’s diary. The following are two examples. March 27th 1827 In London I was looking for a job. I had … Continue reading p5,6,7 topic
S5/6 Study Club at the Bleachingfields Community Centre The Pupil Support Department, in conjunction with Community Learning Development (CLD), has set up a study club in the Community Centre on a Wednesday evening from 6.30-9pm. This will run from Wednesday 25th November until the Christmas holidays (in the run up to the prelims) and if … Continue reading Update 27th November 2015