It’s Almost Monday!

The staff are packing this weekend so we hope you are too! :-) Remember to check the kit list and make sure you have spare clothing for muddy and wet activities.

We will see you at the usual time of 8.45am. Children should line up as normal and parents/carers should put their bags on the bus (remember it can go on any bus).

I will be taking the iPad and hope to take lots of photos and update the P7 blog each day (depends on how good the camp wifi connection is!). Please come back to the blog for updates and feel free to comment!

We will also be using twitter for the first time this year so please search for @DunbarPrimary. You can simply search for updates or ‘follow’ us to make sure you don’t miss out on any tweets.

See you all on Monday!

Miss Eeles :-)

P7D Sockaloon Mascots

At the beginning of the year, we submitted designs for a class ‘Sockaloon’ mascot to Mrs Ambrozevich.  Each mascot had to have a back story!

These are the winning designs!

We have:

Spot – An alien who fell to Earth and became a circus tiger tamer!

Fluffy – A football who won the world cup!

Fredo – He is a brilliant swimming teacher and lifeguard!

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We would like to say a big thank you to Mrs Ambrozevich who very kindly made our mascots! We think they are amazing!

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Some Sporty Snaps!

All primary 7 pupils have been participating in fitness circuits this week in PE. We had fun using the ipads to film ourselves taking part in some of the activities such as long jump and javelin. It’s amazing how watching yourself in slow motion can help you to see how you can improve your  style. SAM_2009 SAM_2010 SAM_2011 SAM_2013 SAM_2014 SAM_2016 SAM_2017 SAM_2019 SAM_2020

Who Was To Blame? P7C’s Quiz Quiz Trade Debate

Today we explored who might be to blame for the Titanic disaster. We began in our home teams looking at passenger and crew profiles before swapping our facts with as many people as we could around the classroom. There were some fantastic conversations taking place about the role the owners, the shipbuilders, captain, crew, communicators, designer and even the crew from nearby ships had to play in the tragedy. Some pupils also felt that the regulatory board and the newspapers had played their part in creating Titanic’s “unsinkable” reputation. After we had gathered and debated the evidence for all parites involved, we cast secret votes to find out who P7C collectively feel is responsible for the sinking of Titanic. It was very interesting looking at the results!SAM_2027 SAM_2028 SAM_2029 SAM_2031 SAM_2032 SAM_2033 SAM_2034 SAM_2035 SAM_2036