This term, P6/7o have been learning all about money. In our most recent lesson, we were learning about budgeting. We used our new skills to plan a french cafe for P1! We also had to use negotiation skills when working with other teams.
P1a were very lucky to be the first class to have a shot of our new glockenspiels. Miss Aitchison thinks we have lots of great musicians in our class. What do you think?
Primary 5 have been learning and investigating food origins and FairTrade produce from around the globe.
They discovered the hard work farmers do to produce cocoa beans, bananas and many others foods we cannot grow in Scotland.
Everyone on this board has gone over and above a Golden Rule this week
Delighted to be able to announce that for the 4th year running we have won our local heat of the Rotary Quiz and will be competing in the next round. Watch this space for further announcements
We decorated our classroom door with our favourite part from our class novel, James and the Giant Peach. We created all the characters and wrote about the story.
We took part in an Eco Play Session with Sarah. She told us a story and we helped to bring the story to life with our voices, ideas and puppets that we made.
We also took part in our School Competition to create our favourite character out of a paper bag.
We had a great day on World Book day! We celebrated by bringing in our favourite books and teddies to read to them. We also read “Do Bot Open This Book” and then created it own versions. But my favourite part was the product of our door, based on the book we read “There’s no such thing as Nessie”!
Evie, Rhuari, Jamie and Lily worked really hard on their presentations and I was very proud of them.
P3/4 enjoyed coming to school dressed as our favourite book characters last week as part of World Book Day in the 7th March.
In the afternoon we created our own books out of two pieces of paper. Our task was to create a new character, give our character a story title and design a colourful front cover!
The Nursery were really lucky to be able to take part in a ‘Dancing through the Jungle’ workshop with Sarah from Citymoves as part of the Arts Across Learning Festival.