We have been learning to use Scot’s language and style in a way which engages listeners. Here are some of our stories which we wrote for younger pupils:- Alisha Rosie wis scunnered she’d lost her favourite toy! She’d put it beside her bed the nicht before though she’d dreamed he went fae a walk tae … Continue reading P5-7 Scot’s writing
On Monday we joined up with P1,2,3 class to see a French puppet show called’ Lapin wants breakfast’ and we all learned some French words. Tuesday we went to visit East Fortune Farm (Robert & Ritchie’s farm) where we saw Hampshire Down lambs who were born in December. There were two lambs that Robert’s daddy … Continue reading A very busy week……….
We would like to wish Meagan Porteous the best of luck as she represents Loretto RC Primary School in Aberdeen tomorrow against the top 20 in Scotland in the 12yrs old and under 50 meter freestyle swimming event. Go Meagan!
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This week we made scotch broth with Mrs McDonald. We found out how easy it is to make a meal cheaply. We also had a Burns night where we sang songs, recited poems, had a piper and enjoyed some haggis, neeps and tatties. In maths we had a time assessment and we started writing plays … Continue reading P7 Weekly blog
The Nursery have been very busy this week please have a look under ‘Athelstaneford Nursery Class’ to see what they have been learning.
Our Vikings work is continuing at full pace. The class are really engaged with all of the activities that we are doing and some are even extending their learning at home which is fantastic! This week we have learned about the similarities and differences between longboats and put this information into powerpoints. We have also learned … Continue reading Friday 30th January
Sorry, something went wrong. The requested comparison could not be loaded. Title Spy Dog Content P3/4 have been studing Spy Dog and we have been writing stories. Spy Dog is very good and I rate it 10/10 I recommend this book for any child age 5 upwards. Cameron P4