“This week we have done our Utter zoo alphabet poems, it was fun! We have also done space drama, which I enjoyed”. By Alexander
“In this week we did space research. What we did was watch videos, read information, read books and then wrote notes about our learning”.By Oliver.
This week we learnt about measuring with square cm, cm and m. We made robots and shapes and we made robots on the computer.” By Samuel
This week we did measuring in Maths”. By Mackenzie
Murdo said “This week we`ve done a lot of stuff. The P5/6/7 show was the best my favourite scene was dead weight because I like quiz shows”
Amelia said “I have lots of favourite things but my 2 favourite things were the P5/6/7 show and the emotions poems, it made me smile it was so fun. Here is my poem….
Happiness is yellow.
It smells like a new born baby and yellow blossoms and flowers.
It feels like I’m being tickled.
It sounds like a baby laughing.”
Baillie said “In our week we continued with our learning logs, they were fun. We wrote our own report cards and all the Primary 3′s had fun with Mrs Craig. We had fun watching the P5/6/7 show.”
Clara said “In the week my favourite highlight was doing the space pictures. We used oil pastels and silk crayons for the sun, tissue paper for the earth and to get the shape of the moon we used a glue lid!”
Milly said “On Wednesday we did wiggly art I thought it was really fun. We finished the origami pigeons it was kind of tricky for some of us. We also did the writing which everyone was good at. We also did handwriting.”
Abbie said ” This week I have had a lot of fun doing wiggly art reading, origami pigeons, writing stories about us being a witch or a wizard and games afternoon. My favourite subject this week was the origami pigeons. My second favourite was the wiggly art and my third favourites was the stories about being witches or wizards.”
Written by Amelia and James.
Freddie said “This week we have been doing codebreaker spelling, bar charts for Eco week, learning logs on the computer, origami boat pictures and writing about being a head teacher! I was best at the codebreaker spelling and this week we had fun!”
Catrin said “My highlight was the origami pictures. I learned how to fold a rectangle into a sun shaped piece of card. I loved the imagined personal response. The title was ‘The day I was head teacher’ I loved the codebreaker spelling because I had already done it once in a restaurant. I didn not learn how to do it but it was very fun to do it again. This week was very fun! I enjoyed hearing the story of David and Goliath with Mrs Sergeant. It was fun. I enjoyed this week. Thanks very much to Mrs Craig and Mrs Sergeant. I loved games afternoon. We also did Eco week bar charts and we did our first learning log on the computer!”
Primary 3 have had a ball during Eco week this week. Thank you to Mrs Mackay and the Eco Committee for arranging such an exciting week.
We have been continuing our learning about Water and carried out some experiments with dissolving. We also used the moisture found in baby wipes to create tie dye patterns.
The highlight of the week was creating Origami boats – the children loved this so much that they want to learn more about the wondeful art of paper folding. Watch this space!
Clara said “In the week we have been doing lots of stuff like Sunlight Photography. We made photos out of the sun! We got lots of stuff like forks and teaspoons. We had some special paper and pins. The pins were to stick the paper down. We then counted to 60 seconds and put the paper in some water and covered it with a cloth. Then we counted for another 60 seconds and after we quickly took it out to dry. We also did some more water experiments and made up songs with our spelling words. We wrote stories about turning into a washine machine!!!! It was very much fun!”
Jo Jo Said “This week was very fun! My highlight was the Sunlight Photography. We needed pin people, a coverer, a plunger and a photographer in our teams. First we put down a piece of paper then the pin people put their pins in to keep it down. Then the photographer put down 6 objects and we all counted for 2 minutes. Then the pin people had to get their pins back quickly so the plunger could put the paper in water for 60 seconds. We took it out and then let it dry on the picnic tables.”