# Walk The Way Of The Cross

As Easter is just around the corner, P5/6 have been learning about Lent, the Last Supper, the Crucifixion and the Resurrection of Jesus. They have created these stunning Stations of the Cross for our classroom. They worked extremely hard and they turned out wonderfully!

# Primary 5/6 – dressed to impress!

As part of Mrs Overmeer’s leaving present, the boys and girls, (and staff!), rummaged through some nursery boxes to choose an item, (or 2!) to wear to have their photo taken. The photos were made into a book to give to Mrs Overmeer before she left, along with special pieces of writing and pictures the children had made for her. We all had great fun being just a little bit silly!!

# Primary 5/6 create a Probability Game to share with Primary 6/7

This week we used our learning abut probability to create a board game based around a sprinting race. The boys and girls worked in small groups to design their board game using specific success criteria.

They then worked out what would be good rules for their spinners, and made sets of possibility cards, (with answers!), which you had to answer if you landed on certain squares. We then asked Primary 6/7 if we could teach them our games.

# Special visit from Mr Gracie, 400m Hurdler, at 1952 Olympics

The boys, girls and staff from St Mary’s, were delighted today to welcome Mr Gracie, (Ella’s Grandad), who competed at the 1952 Olympics in Helsinki.
He told us he became interested in running while at school, and as well as being a good runner, he then starting hurdling, winning lots of competitions including becoming Scottish Champion. Mr Gracie was selected for the Olympics, receiving a letter from the Duke of Edinburgh, and did so well he got to the semi-finals with a very impressive time of 52.4 seconds. Continue reading Special visit from Mr Gracie, 400m Hurdler, at 1952 Olympics

# Making Olympic Top Trumps

In I.T we made our own set of Top Trumps, based on the Beijing Olympics medals table. The boys and girls selected information to put in their cards and found and inserted images of flags representing each country. We have printed out and laminated some of the cards so that we can play our game in class.

Here are some of the finished cards: