P4 got outdoors today to take a look at the outdoor classroom we worked so hard on in P3. Things are looking good if a little boggy with all the heavy rain this week. We are needing to carry out some maintenance, remove dead plants, prune, weed, clean the pond, pick up the rubbish and … Continue reading P4 Getting Outdoors
https://www.venturingout.org.uk/outdoor-activity-days Link above to ELC Outdoor Education Summer Activities
It’s that time of year when everything is springing into life so P6 took the opportunity of getting outdoors to enjoy it. We have been tidying up the outdoor courtyard and have planted some seeds. We are taking care of them daily and recorded any changes we see. We have also been outdoors with our … Continue reading P6 In The Great Outdoors
P4 had lots of fun doing some outdoor learning at SmeatonEstate today! We discovered all about food chains and sorted lots of local living things into groups. We then scavenged for natural objects learning all about their purpose – especially the fungi that grows on sycamore leaves. We also used our maths and science skills … Continue reading P4’s Outdoor Science Learning
This week in primary 2 we have been doing different activities for Maths Week Scotland, we particularly enjoyed getting outside in the sunshine to complete a maths trail! We explored the playground, counting out and making shapes from different objects that we found. We loved using clipboards and working in teams!
To commemorate the centenary of the death of Robert Noble, P5 had the opportunity to create artwork for the school. We looked at some of Robert Nobel’s paintings of East Linton in assembly on Friday and discussed his love of the river and colour. We split into four groups – each looking at a different … Continue reading P5 Outdoor Art!
P5 took teamwork outside this week when we made pictures using natural materials. We made a Highland Coo, a unicorn, a horse, and bird and its nest and a tree scene. P5 showed some great teamwork skills, good communication and LOTS of imagination!
The children used electronic timing to see how quickly they could solve Mr Pegg’s division and multiplication problems. They also enjoyed finding there way through the number maze.
Primary 4 have been taking their multiplication and division outside to challenge themselves with practical activities that reinforce their classroom learner. Mr Pegg will visit us every Tuesday afternoon to help the children with their maths and number learning.
In money we learned that if you gave £1 and it was 50p the shopkeeper would give you 50p back in change. We also had to count a whole pot of money with just a piece of paper and a partner. (S) In ICT we were working in groups and we had a topic (toys) … Continue reading P3’s Learning Blog – 27.11.20