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House Captains

A huge well done to all Primary 7s who ran for the role of House captains,  The votes have been counted and verified and I can reveal that for;

Woodside….Jordan and Caitlin

Carberry…..Milo and Sunshine

Elphinstone…..Jack and Ella

and last but not least,

Windsor…..Alexander and Ola

Sadly only two people from each house could be successful however with a fantastic P7 group I am sure you will all continue to be excellent role models.

by Innes (media manager)

Orienteering

P7B had a fantastic time on their trip to Musselburgh Lagoons to take part in a range of orienteering activities.  We were faced with lots of problem solving challenges before being let loose around the area in partners.  Lots of excellent team work was displayed and I was very impressed with your map work!

Here are some pictures of us in action…

 

Miss Smillie

Problem solving game - sticking to boundaries.
Problem solving game – sticking to boundaries.
Problem solving games - quick thinking!
Problem solving games – quick thinking!
First walk through as a group.
First walk through as a group.
Found it!
Found it!
Which way?
Which way?
Finding our bearings.
Finding our bearings.

* Star of the Week *

star

P7B’s Star of the Week this week goes to…. Lucy!

Lucy achieved this by showing a great deal of enthusiasm and effort in improving her skills within Maths.  Already she can’t wait to continue her learning next week and I’m sure by keeping up the hard work, she will be a role model of a Successful Learner.

Well Done Lucy.

House Captains

I would just like to say a BIG well done to all of the P7s who recorded a House Captain manifesto this week – your speeches will be shown to the classes next week!

A well done is also in order for those who didn’t want to take on the role but wanted to support their classmates – they couldn’t have done it without your help.

Good Luck to all!

Miss Smillie