Primary five were set a class enterprise challenge last week and have produced some fantastic results.
I made a Christmas stocking for my advent calender.I made it out of felt and cardboard. I got the idea from a Christmas catalogue.It took 2 weeks to make it and the hardest bit was getting the chocolates to stay in the pockets.
By Andrew McNaughton
I made a Christmas house and chimney.I made it out of lego and cotton wool. I got the idea from my Mum and Dad. The hardest bit was sellotaping the cotton wool to the top of the house.
By Adam Welsh
Here are some we made earlier
We were playing on the computer with a game called Eggs on legs. It helped me subtract units.
I liked speed grid challenge.
School photographs have arrived. Expect your child to bring them home this week.
Primary six have been keeping fit today. They have been practicing their Scottish Country Dancing with Mrs Jones ready for their Christmas party.
Primary 2/3 have been discussing why we give presents at Christmas.
Primary two have been busy discussing tips on working together. They have decided to put their ideas into a poster.
Our parent helpers, Mrs Austrin-Miner & Mrs McNaughton have been busy helping the p1-3 children choose books today.
Look at the lovely shiny stars primary one have made today.
Primary six have been using their internet skills in a Victorian Cyberhunt. They have discovered that many of our Christmas customs were introduced by the Victorians. Try out the hunt yourselves !
Primary seven are lucky to find themselves in a classroom of the future. On Friday they had a interactive whiteboard installed. Keep checking the blog to discover how Mrs Robertson and the class use the board.