P1/2 Learning Log

P1/2 have had a busy first week back after our break.  We have been continuing our topic on city and rural life.  This week we’ve been looking at where our food comes from and building ‘cities’ from recycled materials.

We also started learning about shape in maths and enjoyed getting out in the slightly warmer weather looking for different shapes within our school grounds.

P3/4 Learning Log 8.2.19

We had a visit from Tim Porteus, the author of East Lothian Folk Tales for Children.

He is a superb storyteller and had all of the pupils enthralled by his stories.

He has set us a challenge to find out about  the legend of the Piper’s Stone in Dirleton.   Does anyone know anything about it?  If so, please let us know.



Food for Thought Live Cook-along Session

This week, P7 had an exciting opportunity to take part in a live cook-along session as part of our Food for Thought project.

We watched Chef Alison on a live stream and followed her instructions to make a Sensational Veggie Noodles!

We worked well in groups showing off our safe cutting skills.

The end product was lovely and the children and staff who  tasted some commented on how delicious it was!

I hope you all have a lovely February break and I will see you back ready to learn next Tuesday 🙂






P5/6 Learning Log 8.2.2019


This week has come and gone as quick as a flash!!!
We did RME and made pairs of clay animals from noah’s ark because we are learning about the old testament in the bible. We really enjoyed this task. We also did PE and we played tennis and badminton. Also this week we did maths and In maths we learned about angles and we drew triangles with protractors. It was so fun!

By Gemma and Lina


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