It has been a busy week with Miss Lamb starting, Chris coming to start rugby sessions and a visit to Dynamic Earth. See we what have been up to in the photos below.
The omens weren’t good. It started pouring with rain just as we got on the pitch. And despite a sluggish start the boys rallied fantastically well to record a creditable 2 wins out of 5 against a range of bigger schools.
Well done boys. You did Innerwick proud!
Apologies from P6/7. We have not been keeping you abreast of all that is going on in the class. So here are some photos to show you what we got up to in the last few weeks. We have been working hard on our Space topic learning about the planets and how they move. And about how the moon and sun influence our day and night. Maths has been going on steadily with fractions and now starting back on more complex multiplication and division.
We tried hard to make our AR targets and most of us dud which was great. Those that missed out will be trying harder next term. The core values assembly with Stenton was loads of fun and our presentation on “Responsibility” seemed liked by lots of people. And to finish the term we crammed in more art like Movie posters about movies set in space and marbled ink space artwork.
Oh – and those space themed cakes were amazing!
The 4 pupils representing Innerwick were fantastic last night. Competing against 2 teams from Dunbar, 2 teams from East Linton, 2 teams from West Barns and a team from Belhaven we were joint leaders after 6 rounds. Unfortunately we were pipped at the post after the final (8th) round finishing a superb 3rd place behind the two Dunbar teams.
Well done to the 4 of you. You were a credit to the school.
P4/5 and P6/7 are looking forward to sharing their drumming skills with their parents on Tuesday. Below is a sample of what they have been learning.
The P7s had a great time at the Risk Factory on Monday. They learned loads about how to identify and avoid risks. They were faced with lots of different scenarios and coped well with them all.
Well done P7!
We had an exciting day yesterday. First Iain Gray, the MSP for East Lothian came into class to talk to us about his job. He described the sort of things an MSP did and what a typical week was like for him. It sounded like an exciting job. It really helped us understand our Democracy topic. Then later on we had an outing to visit the RNLI down in Dunbar. This is our nominated charity for the year and we wanted to see what the station was like. We got to sit in the small lifeboat and were told all about the dangers of the water and how to keep ourselves, and others, safe around water………………………………… and we also got to see Sammy the Seal!