Category Archives: P6/7 2017-2018

P 6/7 Learning Log Blog 20.04.18

Ruby (P7) “This week I enjoyed doing the maths relay. We got to use our maths skills as well as our teamwork skills. Some questions were quite hard but others were not so challenging.” Numeracy

Finlay & Sam (P7) “We enjoyed PE because we got to do high jump anduse`our jumping skills. The height of the bar went from 90cm to 130cm. I jumped 1.20cm using scissor kick method We will are training for different athletics events for Meadow Mill.” Health & Wellbeing

Hannah (P7) “This week I loved sketching in the orchard, this taught me to be free with my art!” Expressive Arts

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Olivia (P6) “This week I liked rounders with Mr Ludvigsen because we all played one big game with the whole class in the sunshine.” Health & Wellbeing

Angus (P7) “ I enjoyed planting trees for our John Muir Award, its amazing that in 20 years I will be able to see what they look like…!” Social Studies and Health & Wellbeing 

 

 

 

 

Tom (P7) “I really enjoyed tree planting at Yellowcraig because it was interesting to see how many types of trees were planted there. We dug a whole, put a tree in, heeled it in, put a protective tube over it and hammered in the stake.” Social Studies and Health & Wellbeing

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Ava & Gregor (P6) “We enjoyed planting trees because we learnt how to use different tools to plant trees safely.” Social Studies and Health & Wellbeing

P6/7 Learning Log Blog 29.03.18

Finlay Wright (P7) & Olivia Hogg (P6) “This week we enjoyed finishing our artwork. We drew rainforest animals form a selection of 2D shapes, they became geometric and colourful!” Expressive Arts

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Tom Stirling (P7) “I enjoyed taking part in the Easter egg hunt… it was really hard to find them!” Health & Wellbeing and Numeracy 

 

 

Ava Shankey (P6) ” This week i loved our Easter egg hunt in the woods we put maths problem solving into the woodland it was really fun!” Health & Wellbeing and Numeracy 

 

 

Eating their hard earned spoils of the Easter egg hunt!

This week we said a very very found farewell to a Dirleton teaching legend… Mrs Broadfoot! We will all miss your  kindness, smiles and  laughter… thank you so much for all you’ve done for us over the years!

Mrs Richardson’s cake tasted as good as it looked… amazing!

 

P6/7 Learning Log Blog 23.03.18

Robin (P7) “This week I enjoyed coming up with ideas for the P7 leavers show theme because it’s really funny. I hope everyone will like it!” Expressive Arts

Phoebe (P7) “I enjoyed talking about our P7 leavers show because it involved all of us together.” Expressive Arts

Jemma (P7) “I liked it when we did P.E. with the P5s because it was different working with other people.” Health & Wellbeing

Jamie (P6) “I really enjoyed the rugby tournament because I got to tackle a bag!” Health & Wellbeing

Looking keen and a wee bit mean at the P6 rugby festival!

Charlie (P6) “This week I loved tackling the bag at the rugby festival. It made me feel happy because I could hit it hard but without hurting anyone!” Health & Wellbeing

Hannah and Lucy (P7) “We really enjoyed the geometric rainforest animal art. It was good because we are learning about 2D shape in maths and was different from what we normally do. We loved it!” Expressive Arts

P 6/7 Learning Log Blog 16.03.18

Ruby (P7) “This week I found writing a creative story really fun! We had to use the rainforest for inspiration since that is our topic.” Literacy

Angus & Tom (P7) “We really enjoyed making our maths board games it allowed us to be creative and inventive. It is really interesting to see how much work goes in!” Numeracy

Gregor & Jamie (P6) “I have enjoyed doing 2D shapes we drew them with a protractor, ruler and rubber which is new to me!” Numeracy

Hannah (P7) “This week I enjoyed doing accurate 2D shapes it made me expand my mathematical thinking of things.” Numeracy

Jemma (P7) & Olivia (P6) “We really enjoyed rugby playing a game about not getting tagged helped us think about space .We did races with a team to get the ball there and back to the person who started.” Health & Wellbeing

P 6/7 thought digitally and created GIFs to present their ideas on what they wanted to learn about through the context of Tropical Rainforests.  Check some of them out here…