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Archive for November, 2017

Wonder By R.J Palacio Review

When I heard this book I felt like I was actually in the story and in the family. If you read Wonder you will want to read the second book called Auggie & Me and you will want to see the movie of Wonder. I really would like to get the Auggie & Me book […]

p5/6/7’s bridge challenges! :)

This week p5/6/7 have been making (and learning about) bridges! On Monday we had a challenge to make the largest bridge you can out of KAPLA On Thursday we learned about trusses, and in pairs, threes and singly we made models of three types of trusses, the Lattice trusses, Pratt trusses and Warren trusses. Some […]

P.E sensation Mr Mourits

On Thursday 23rd the wonder (P.E) teacher Mr Mourits returned to face yet another 3 months of teaching Saltoun Primary. For the first few weeks Mr Mourits will be teaching us to improve our skill in cooperative games like tag and bench ball. He is teaching P3/4 and P5/6/7 every Thursday and hopefully will cover other sport […]

Primary Maths Challenge

Spelling Mnemonics

The November precept

On Friday the 17th of  November we all were doing a precept from  a book called Wonder. The precept was about friends. The title of  the precept was HAVE NO FRIENDS NOT EQUAL TO YOURSELF. We do the precept  every month.       Kyle McDonaldp5

Our November precept

On Friday,17th November 2017 p5/6/7 did the monthly precept from the class novel called Wonder by R.J Palacio . Augie’s  English  class with Mr Brown did precepts and we are doing the ones from the book. This week we did HAVE NO FRIENDS NOT EQUAL TO YOURSELF and we had lots of fun doing them .This […]


Earlier today our dragon matrix banners came back from the dragon matrix competition.  We were all so excited to see  that our dragon banners were back and we can’t wait to see them later today. They are still rolled up in the classroom after being  brought back earlier today. We are either going to see […]


On Friday November the 17th Saltoun  Primary were all dressed up for Children In Need Day. First  I went in  every  class  and collected all the money  from nursery then P1/2  and  then P3/4 and last but not least  P5/6/7. Then the head teacher Mrs Pearce counted all the money and it turned out that we had raised […]

Children in Need

Posted by Lloyd McLean, P5