Several classes in school have been working hard on their own “Royal Wedding” activites. In primary 2M the children planned and carried out their own “Royal Wedding”. They wrote invitations, made bunting, planned the order of the day and decided who would take the roles of different characters in “The Wedding”. The Head and Depute [...]
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Primary 2 have been learning about stop-frame animation. This is an example of one of the films they made. We hope to upload the others sometime soon.
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 [...]
All pupils have been issued with their own personal glow login details. Additional information on how to login to GLOW is available for download Glow Access Information for Blog Pupils have access to their own class pages where teachers will post details of tasks and activities in the event of adverse weather school closures. Click [...]
Quick Reminder If you are looking for ideas or things to do while the winter weather is poor – remember we have lots on the blog for you. Under the pupils tab, there is a selection of online games and activites for all ages. On the Class Activities menu, choose your class to find some [...]
Children and staff were wearing spots today in aid of Children in Need. Everyone was involved in raising money. The total amount raised was …..(please check back later for our final total)
On Tuesday 16th November the Primary 2 classes visited the Sea Bird Centre in North Berwick. They had a fantastic time there learning about birds and sea life in the area. The children were able to watch birds and learned about seals. They even had the opportunity to make their own seal beanies.
Children in primary 2 had fun making pumpkins. They got very messy when they were using papier mache to make a model of a pumpkin.
A huge thank you to everyone involved in fundraising with Jeans for Genes day today. There were lots of different styles and shades of jeans in school today! Please check our blog later to see just how much we raised.