This week in P6a we had a visit from PC Smith to talk to us about hate crimes and online safety.
In writing we were set a challenge to create a missing poster for a endangered animal of our choice. Our challenge arrived in a interesting brown envelope.
In maths we have been exploring measuring weight. We had a go at different stations. We have been learning to convert grams to Kilograms.
Enjoy your weekend 🙂
This week we enjoyed our trip to the Brunton Theatre to see a performance. We have been caring for the environment by litter picking in our school playground, this links to our endangered animals IDL topic. We enjoyed being the teacher for a lesson too.
Have a nice weekend 🙂
This week in class we have been really creative. We made sea turtles which are one of the worlds endangered animals. We used shells and clay.
In science we made cannons to put in our Pinkies protected animal circus.
We used our fractions knowledge to complete an orienteering route.
We explored units of measure using measuring jugs and water.
Have a nice weekend
26 pupils spent the day at Meadowmill representing Pinkie at the annual athletics event. The whole team represented the school brilliantly, with lots of encouragement for team mates, every individual trying their hardest and a fun spirit throughout the day.
It was a very blustery day which meant running the top bend of the track was extremely tricky…. This didn’t stop the relay teams though, with all four P6 and 7 teams getting the baton around slickly, and two making it through to the final. A very big well done to the P7 boys who were in a photo finish for third in the final, and the girls who grabbed second place in their P6 final! A special shout out to Jack, who took away a medal after winning the throwing event!
Well done team, we are very proud!