I have just been up to Saltoun Primary School to drop off a fleet of bikes. It would appear that all teaching and learning at the moment is focussed around cycling. Wandering through the school there were huge(room sized) pieces of paper with coloured tyre tracks all over them – lots of creative fun had … Continue reading Tour of Britain Cycle Race
Last week P2D had a visit from African drummers. We got to take part in a workshop where we learned African dancing and drumming. It was lots of fun! unfortunately Miss Douglas can’t upload the photos (technical difficulties) so feel free to look at P1/2 blog to see the great photos. This week we have … Continue reading We have been Busy Bees
I can’t believe how quickly this week has gone! We have been super busy and have taken part in some fun activities. In maths, we have started to think about mental strategies when adding and subtracting – we are trying to get to grips with using the empty number line. We will continue to practice this … Continue reading End of another fast week…
Friday 28th August This week our topic has been Charlie and the Chocolate Factory. We’ve been learning about chocolate and we’ve been making chocolate factories. In the mornings we have been doing Brain Breakfast challenges to wake up our brains. We have made up our 6 class rules and have practicing them. We have also … Continue reading P3
Thanks to the great turnout of 20 folk who got most of the electric fencing put up in a day this year! Here are some photos from Abbie and Liz.
Can you name these shapes? French Question of the week: Quel est votre livre prefere? We have been learning Christianity with Mrs Wong. We have been using the empty number line in maths. some of us are finding it easy and some of us are finding it hard. We have been doing some fun … Continue reading Bloggers of the Week Post
Here are Abbie’s photos from when we went out hunting reedmace in the mud.
This week we have been doing art with Mrs McLeod, making palm tree sunsets using cartridge ink pens, we needed to dip them in the ink then, then be very precise with them to avoid splodges. The idea was based on our class novel “The Cay” In maths we were rounding to the nearest 10 … Continue reading Primary 6 – Weekly Blog
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