Lots of donations for Dunbar Food Bank appearing – thank you so much – still time to help!!
Welcome to the P1 blog. Many apologies for it taking so long to get this up and running for you – we’ve been rather busy 😉 It is our aim that we will update this with more and more information about, and lovely photos of, your children’s learning with increased frequency. Any outstanding photo permission slips would be gratefully received so that we do not inadvertently post pictures that you would rather us not.
This term the children have been using interdisciplinary learning to study Light and Dark. We have been exploring the various celebrations around the world that occur in these months from fireworks and Halloween through Divali and Hanukkah; the Swedish festival of Santa Lucia and Christmas.
Above and below, you can see the children using natural materials to create a mandala using rangoli patterns. Miss Grierson and Mrs McDonald were really excited to see how the children used their knowledge of symmetry to add detail.
The children continued to show their learning about the Divali traditions in the classroom using coloured rice to make rangoli patterns on paper plates – these are currently decorating our learning wall and will come home with the children at the end of the topic.
Watch this space next week to find out more…..!
We raised £315.15 for Children in Need – great work everyone!
Playpod getting ready thanks to Dundee’s @scrapAntics
#imagination #play #watchthisspace #playpod
Thanks to @EastLintonPS parent, @DunpenderCC and @lintonhotel2015 for funding
We are carrying on with our Egyptian project in P3. We have been busy making masks, fans, mummies and Egyptian sunsets. We used our maths skills to try to work out any patterns in how the pyramids were built, we used sugar cubes to recreate our own step pyramids to help us. We have also been learning about the mummification process and have had a go at this in class. Still lots more to learn about this early civilisation.
Well done to Angus in P5 for his fantastic bird’s eye view of our school. Great work!