Here were the results of our Visible Thinking ‘Tug of War’ debate on food packaging. You can see that most of us think we still need plastic food packaging even though there are big disadvantages.
Primary Four have enjoyed learning about the way our ancestors in the Stone Age lived. After researching the food they eat, the houses they would have built and the clothes they would have worn, we decided to create our own clay pots and bowls. We enjoyed getting messy and creating our own patterns!
In primary 1 we have been measuring using non-standard units.
We have been growing some very tall sunflowers and wanted to measure how tall they were! Aaron’s was the tallest flower at 40 cubes tall!
Here we are using the the strategy I see, I think, I wonder to note down our thoughts on a picture we were given to look at in groups. We came up with some interesting thoughts and ideas!
As part of digital learning week, Primary 1G have been looking at how technology is used to spread news all over the world. We watched some news stories that showed Prince William and Princess Kate’s wedding in 2011 and we used them to predict what the news might report about the next Royal wedding that is happening at the weekend.
We also made crowns and had a tea party to celebrate Prince Harry and Meghan’s wedding. We wore our crowns for our class selfie.