Author Archives: Primary 7
This week we have been working on TV adverts to sell our products: Super Scottish Bee, Bendy Nessie, Hairy Haggis, Scot-Wipers, Eye Spy Scotland. We worked out what was in an advert: voiceover, captions, catchy music and acting. We then made … Continue reading
Pictured with the Chris Riddell, Eilidh Child, Debbie Gliori and Piet Grobler On Thursday all of P7 and 17 pupils from P5 went to Glasgow in a coach to watch Authors Live the Illustration Slam. We watched Chris Riddell, Debi Gliori and … Continue reading
Angie Townsend came and told us about her book club in Musselburgh. We all thought of words and put them on the board and went around the class playing ‘fortunately unfortunately’. David Torrance came to tell us about the Bible. … Continue reading
Just after Christmas we started making products to represent Scotland. We were put into groups and named ourselves. The groups are called The Cuddly Coos, The Haggis n Horns, The Super Scots, The Tartan Toys and Tartanians. Each group had to … Continue reading
On Thursday Shonagh took us for a drama session about a one man play called Pondlife McGurk as preperation for monday because a man is coming to the school to act it out for us.
In class we have been looking at the 5 main Scottish parties which are SNP, Scottish Liberal Democrats, Scottish Labour, Scottish Green Party and the Scottish Conservatives. We reserched them and made a presentation on the parties to the rest … Continue reading
On Thursday we went to The Risk Factory which is when you go through different scenarios like a house fire or a drowning person. We split put into three groups which were A, B and C. The leaders names were James, … Continue reading
We are making our own Scottish dances in groups. We’ve been practising them over the week. Next week we are going to film them – watch this space!
On Wednesday the whole school had a fencing taster lesson. The instructor was called John. P7 where last to have their fencing lesson. it was very hot inside the helmets.