We interviewed Primary 7 and we have found out their highlights of the year.
The Leavers Project
The leavers project was done in 3 days! They said it was fun singing and dancing to 2 songs.
Camp is supposed to be one of the main highlights of Primary 7. You go with 3 schools Athlestanford, Dirleton and Aberlady.
All the Primary 7 s go to Dounans, where they enjoy activities from Mon – Fri.
The activities each group takes part in are: Raft Building,Problem Solving, Gorge Walk , Tree Climb, Crate Climb,Archery,Hill Climb , Canoeing and on one night a disco. The P7s said they had a great time.
Organising the Bake Sales is part of a House Captain’s role throughout Primary 7. Altogether they raised a total of £700! At the beginning of the day you have to count how many cakes there are altogether then work out how much each cake would cost.
All the House Captians hope that everyone enjoyed them.
The money raised went to Shelterbox.
The aim of transitions is to make sure all the Primary 7 s are ready for High School .
Transition starts off with a Ceilidh at North Berwick High School in November. All the boys had to wear kilts and all the girls had to wear dresses.
In February they had an enterprise day when they were put into random groups with other Primary 7s in the cluster.
They also had other transitions near the end of term.
The P7s have had a great year and we wish them all the best for High School.
Interviewers and Reporters – Amy C, Calum M & Alfie A
We had a fantastic time at the beach yesterday. Great activities, great weather….great team!
Have fun looking at our photos.
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P4/5, before Christmas with the art specialist did some amazing pieces of art, paradise birds They also drew some sun plates.
P1 have been learning about money and measuring. They have been measuring tables and playing shops to learn about these subjects.
Here are some of the comments that we got from them
We have been talking to the P1s who have been co-operating with P1/2 and P2 in a special performance about bees. It’s about how bees are disappearing from the UK. They all get a letter saying that they have to attend a special meeting from the head of the bee council, the Queen Bee. Most of them are there but one of their friends are missing. Will they find him?
P1 have been learning about the body and they have been playing in their very own hospital. They have been really getting into their health project!
Here are some quotes
“My favourite thing in the body is the brain.”
Primary 3 enjoyed their ‘Fizz Bang’ Get Fizzy science workshop on Monday afternoon. They became more aware of the properties and the states of Solids, Liquids and Gases.