Today the Primary 6 class presented the assembly. They have been learning about Europe, and have tried using technology to present information in different ways. They worked in groups to research and present their information. Below are some images from their presentation.
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On Monday 31st January 2010, Primary 2M presented a Scottish Traditions assembly to the school and their parents. The children have written some captions to accompany the photos below. On Monday we did our assembly. We came into the hall and sang Welcome Everyody because it was our assembly. We spoke to the audience. (By [...]
As part of the Scots week celebrations, classes throughout the school created large banners. All of the banners were linked to the challenge given to each class, and they were used to accompany the class presentations at the Scots assembly. We hope to keep the banners on display in the hall at present, but photos [...]
On Monday 24th January, children enjoyed music, singing and poetry at our Scots Assembly. The celebrations started off with a live performance of bagpipe music, followed by singing traditional children’s Scottish songs. Primary 5 children shared information about Robert Burns. One representative from each class gave a recital of their Scots poem to the whole school. [...]
Today the whole school celebrated the harvest festival with a service at the church. Children donated dried foods and tins which will be distributed locally.
As you know there have been severe floods in Pakistan recently. Over 4 million people have lost their homes and millions are without food or clean drinking water. We feel that we would like to help, even in just a small way. On Friday 27th August we plan to have a ‘wear your wellies to [...]
Robert Burns was born on 25th January 1759. To celebrate his birthday this week pupils from all stages in school have been involved in learning a Scots poem. On Monday at assembly, one person from each class recited their poem to the whole school. It is not easy to stand up and speak in [...]
Primary 4 are very concerned about honey bees which are becoming more rare. THey have been learning about the environment the bees need to live in. P4 will be presenting an assembly to the rest of the school about bees and how we can look after them.
At assembly we had a visitor from the Livingston Credit Union. He showed us lots of magic tricks and told us all about saving. One lucky pupil won £1.