- Learning about The European Union.
- Colour mixing in art.
- Learning synonyms in literacy.
- Orienteering around the school groups.
- Walk a mile with our buddies.
1st D for danger, check for any danger around the person.
2nd R for response, say something to the person to see if they will respond.
3rd S for shout, yell for help so you are not alone with the person.
4th A for airways, make sure to tilt the head back so they can breathe.
5th B for breathe, make sure they can breathe.
6th C for call, use the nearest phone to call the ambulance but put them in the recover position first so you can leave them to call for help.
On Pancake Day P6a made poems and learnt about Pancake Day and why it started. It is the day before lent which is something Christians celebrate. Some people went down to Miss Bonnar and Miss Palmar with their wonderful poems. To truly understand Pancake Day we had to of course eat a pancake!
This week with Mr Stone we were taking part in lots of fun activities outside in the glorious sunshine. We were developing our communication skills and building trust in one another. Through trial and error we realised success was not achievable without these vital skills. We are very much looking forward to learning outdoors next week, we hope this lovely weather continues.
Have a nice weekend! From P6a
Another busy week for P6A!
This week P6A continued to expand their knowledge about Scottish myths and legends. P6A learned about the mythical Redcaps… let’s hope that they truly are mythical!
P6A were also involved in working with P2/3 to decide how the new playground equipment should be used and looked after.
P6A finished this week by having a class-led philosophical discussion about two questions chosen during last week’s philosophy lesson. P6A shared ideas about their chosen questions: ‘Can money buy happiness?’ and ‘Is war okay?’. There were some very interesting points of view shared, argued and listened to.
– Mr Kenny