P6/7 Learning Log Blog 19.01.18

Robin (P7) “I enjoyed learning about Judaism in RME because we were asked questions about Jews and their beliefs to test our knowledge.” RME

Sam (P7) & Olivia (P6) “This week we loved using our gymnastic balance skills to create a sequence. We were also doing lots of vault variations pushing us to use our moves in a different way.” Health & Wellbeing 


               

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

  Phoebe & Hannah (P7) “This week we enjoyed talking about what we would like to do when we are older for a career and how we could progress to do it! I would like to be a fashion designer…” Health & Wellbeing

Angus (P7) “I enjoyed Health & Wellbeing this allowed my class mates to know what I want to be… a Quantum Physicist!” Health & Wellbeing

Ruby (P7) “This week I found creating a timeline about World War 2 really fun and interesting. I learned lots of interesting facts and made a bright eye-catching with my group.” Social Studies

                                                            

 

 

 

 

   Charlie & Gregor (P6) “This week I liked creating a World War 2 timeline my favourite part was drawing Hitler. I enjoyed looking up facts, painting events with water colours and working with someone different.” Social Studies

Thanks to those who brought in World War 2 artefacts for us to look at. If you have any more please bring them in they create fantastic discussion and fascination! 

P 5/6 Learning Log 19.01.2018

Fearghal   I really enjoyed our maths because we were learning about three types of triangle.”

Tyler   “I loved the maths about flags because geography is my favourite subject.”

Robbie   “I really enjoyed doing the news report because we got to work in a team.”

Ryan   “I loved writing the news report.”

Craig   “I have enjoyed PE. In gymnastics I have learned new things.”

Archie   “This week I enjoyed PE because we got to do the vault.”

Happy New Year

I would like to wish you all a slightly belated happy new year.

We are now in to our second week back after the Christmas  holiday and there is much going on.   As parents, you may be aware that there is a process of consultation ongoing at the moment in relation to empowering schools.  I have attached this document for your reading.  This consultation closes on 30th January; however, ELC consultation closes on 21st Jan in order that the council can analyse the feedback and prepare a response prior to the 30th Jan.

I have also attached a slide show that provides information in relation to the consultation and how you may feedback your thoughts.

Empowering Schools Document

empowering schools consultation public meeting slideshow

Education Governance – Next Steps

B. Moody

P6/7 Learning Log Blog 12.01.18

 Angus & Tom P7 “ I really enjoyed writing the report on our mummification of oranges experiment because it allowed me to use my scientific vocabulary. The oranges had gone brown and they were BRICK HARD!” Science & LiteracyCharlie P6 “This week I loved unraveling our mummified oranges. When we opened them I was really excited because I had wanted to open them for so long… 6 weeks! Science

Jemma P7 “I liked it when we did gymnastics in P.E. Even though I am not so keen on gymnastics it was still really fun to do balancing blindfolded! Health & Wellbeing

 Sam P7 “This week I really enjoyed P.E, we did gymnastics. I find gymnastics really fun because its active and gets your heart beating and muscles moving!” Health & Wellbeing

 Gregor P6 “I enjoyed doing algebra in maths, replacing a letter for a number. We did number machines that turn numbers into something different. Numeracy

 Rory P6 “ I loved painting the canopic jars because it was really challenging. You had to be careful painting the details because they were very fragile! Expressive Arts & Social Studies

 

 

 

 

 

 

Jamie P6 “I really like making money from our chutney!” Numeracy & Technologies

The class calculated the total revenue from the sale of orchard chutney, jams and christmas trinkets.  After expenses, which we paid back to Mrs Campbell,  we were happily left with a healthy profit

We will now decide as a class how to spend this money… early suggestions are giving to charity, equipment for the playground or a school trip! Thanks to everyone who supported our Christmas fair, we hope you enjoyed the fruits of P 6/7’s labor!

 

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