10.05.18 – A great day a Edinburgh College STEM event. 71mph was the fastest speed the children’s rocket cars reached!
24.04.18 – Our class quiz team won the cluster competition against stiff competition from Yester, St Mary’s and 7B. They are now progressing to the area finals where they will compete against Longniddry, Dunbar and Roslin. Well done!
20.04.18 Gardening Time
Today the class planted most of our raised bed in the school garden. We are hoping for a bumper crop.
19.04.18 – Bring a baby to school challenge day!
To end our Health and Wellbeing topic on the development of a foetus and birth of a baby the challenge was to look after a baby for a day. Most of the children made an excellent effort.
01.03.18 – This was Dunbar Harbour at 10am this morning.
01.03.18 – Due to the snow school is closed today. Here is a little reminder of the last snow fall in Haddington and how active spelling can evolve into snow sculpture! I hope you are all out and about, and improving on your previous efforts! Also if the desire to do some active spelling overcomes you the spelling pattern for Red, Green and Yellow is “tion’ and for blue it is ‘ar’. Have fun!
22.12.17 – P7A Christmas Slideshow – Enjoy!
02.12.17 – P7A Homework Debate
02.12.17 – P7A had our class debate today -This house believes homework should be banned for primary aged children. It was an excellent debate with many impassioned speeches but in the end only one vote separated the two sides. The result is shown in the photo below.
05.12.17 – P7A made it into the East Lothian Courier!
Welcome to a new session with Mr Goodbourn and P7A.
29.11.17 – P7A visited the Scottish Parliament. We Met our MSP Iain Gray who spent some time talking with the children.
P7A Anderson Shelters 2017 on PhotoPeach
CAULIFLOWER CHRISTMAS CARDS
Some photos of the class working on their Christmas Cards.
P7A ACTIVE SPELLING
P7A made the most of the good weather and went outside to write our spelling words in chalk. Can you spot the spelling pattern?
P7A ASSEMBLY – 22.09.2017
P7A assembly was conceived, written and performed by the pupils themselves. They did a fantastic job and put on a brilliant performance. Well done P7A!