P1 Learning Log

Excitement levels are increasing in class as we continue to practise for our Christmas nativity which takes place next week.  The children are all doing well to learn their lines and movements on and off the stage.

In maths, we have been learning about subtraction and repeating patterns.  We have been using our knowledge of repeating patterns to help with our Christmas decorations.  The school is looking truly festive!

We had some help from the P6s this week.  They helped us with some online number games.

We are continuing to work on previous sounds, new sounds and blending.  P6 also helped with our reading this week.

P2/3 Learning Log

This week we have been exploring strategies for subtraction in numeracy. We have been practising using a number line and using known facts. This has helped us in our independent work and also when we are playing games with our peers.


We enjoyed exploring shape in art, looking at a variety of artists who used shape in their work. We tried to recreate our own version of Kandinsky’s circles using pastels and complementary colours. Although it was very messy we had great fun!

As part of our STEM area this week, we had the train set which was really popular with our class. There was some super teamwork and problem solving alongside some great imagination deciding where the trains were travelling to!


P4/5 Learning Log 15.11.2019

Moray “I liked art because Space is my favourite subject.”

Lucy “We used pastels to make planets and displayed them on black paper.”

Lucas “I liked art because it was out of this world!”

Archie “I Liked gymnastics because I learned how to do a cartwhell.”

Rae “I like gymnastics because it is my favourite sport and it is very fun.”

P2/3 Learning Log

Primary 2/3 have had a great time learning outdoors this week!

On Wednesday, we went to the orchard to tidy up the willow. We collected the willow and  tied two pieces together (very tricky!) to make the frame for a kite. There was lots of perseverance, team work and determination shown.

We were also using our imagination. At one point our willow turned in to fishing rods! After catching a few fish we then started to help the environment by fishing for different kinds of plastic.


We also helped our community outdoors on Thursday. We walked down to The Village Green to plant some wild primrose. The children all worked very hard both individually and as part of a team to plant the flowers. Although it was very cold yesterday, the class were enthusiastic and had great fun!




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