It’s our first week in P7 and it’s been great so far. We have been getting to know our class teacher, Miss Pottie, who has been teaching us lots of new things like… Wake Up and Shake, Lateral Thinking Puzzles, Coopertive Learning and so much more. We have already decided on a class motto which is: “Start the year as you mean to go on”. We hope we CA N start the year as we mean to go on.
Primary 7 have started the year full of enthusiasm and excitement and are already very keen to take on all of their responsibilities. We have all had a great first day and have enjoyed getting to know each other. We are now looking forward to the busy term ahead!
On Thursday the 19th of April, primary seven went to the Risk Factory in Edinburgh. We had a really great time learning about different scenarios that we may come across in our life and how we should deal with these situations. We split into 4 groups and each group was given a leader who took us around the Risk Factory. Some of the things we learned about was safety at the beach, by a canal, on a building site, on the street, in the home and much much more. We hope that next years P7 have as much fun as we did!
Primary 7 are delighted to announce that we have raised £131.31 from our baking sale on Monday. The total that we have now raised from our fundraising is £191.31. We are going to create a Cafe and Art Exhibition in our classroom after the Easter holidays for the school to visit. All the money raised will go towards school camp. Thanks you for your support.
Primary 6 and 7 worked collaboratively in small groups to design and create imaginary body snatchers. Each group named their body snatcher and wrote a description to present back to everyone. We voted on a winning group who received a prize for their efforts. The winners were: Michael, Blair, Thomas and Zachary – well done boys!
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Today Mrs Baker’s dad, Noel, came into our class to tell us great World War 11 stories. There were two stories. One was all about a chocolate biscuit and a mysterious substance! The second one was about a young girl who desperately wanted a golden locket but couldn’t afford it, the story has a happy ending! We all really enjoyed the stories and we would like to thank Mrs Baker for organising the session and Noel for his super story telling!