Friday 30th of May 2008 the p5s hosted a French Breakfast for our French Project. We invited our parents and had a lot of fun. Our parents enjoyed the food. There were croissants, crepes, pains au chocolat, jam, juice and cheese. Our parents also looked at all our work on the France project and chatted with other parents and relatives. They arrived at 9:30 and they left at 10:25. Check out our podcast.
By Finlay Hutchison and Fergus McMahon (p7s) and Imogen Rixon Gibb (P5B)
On Tuesday 27th of May 2008. The French school came to North Berwick & had Mince & Tatties for lunch. Some of the French people liked Mince and Tatties and others didn’t. They all had to have a school dinner because they didn’t bring a packed lunch. They were so lucky because they got them free. They looked like they were having fun when they were playing. I think we found a new Cristiano Rolando!!!
By Finlay Hutchison Ethan Telfer Campbell Duns
On Tuesday a class called CM2B came to Law Primary for a visit. They came from Montreuil near Paris. They came at 10 o’clock in the morning and stayed until after lunch. They had a Scottish assembly for the French visitors and Monsieur Guen Court. There were Scottish songs, highland dancing and bagpipes with a drum aswell. The songs we all sang were Bonnie Wee Jeannie McColl, Auld Lang Syne, and Welcome. The songs the dancers danced to were the Highland Fling, and The Sword Dance. Micheal Bell and Finlay Graham were playing the bagpipes and the drums. We all enjoyed it when the French visitors came to visit us.
By Jamie C, Danny F, and Cameron L 5a
Our French friends are on their way! They arrived in Scotland a few days ago and are coming to visit us tomorrow. They are hoping to arrive at 10am and spend the morning and lunch with the P5s. They have to leave at 1.45pm to get their ferry all the way back to France. We are looking forward to learning from them and teaching them a few things about Scotland as well.
This Friday, the 30th May, we are inviting guests to a French Breakfast in the Middle Area. There will be croissants, pain au chocolat and more galore!
On Wednesday primary 5c went down to to the Blackadder Church. Mr Dougal talked to us about the history of the Blackadder Church. We were very interested about the history of the Church. Did you know that the Church was named after a minister called Blackadder – he died on the Bass Rock!!!
By Ethan Telfer + Campbell Duns + Finlay Hutchison.
On the 15th of May we went to the lodge as part of our John Muir Award.
When we got there,there were 3 Rangers, Laura, Tara, Caroline and Alex who is the Lodge Warden. They were going to teach us about trees and the animals that live in them for instance birds,squirrels,bats,owls,and also the animals that live around them for instance badgers,foxes, rabbits and hares.
We also learnt about the trees and there are lots of different trees at the Lodge. e.g. beech, horse chestnut, holly, oak, sycamore and birch.
Here some photos of our trip:
The p5′s went to a mosque and synagogue on the 14/5/08 down in Edinburgh. They were split into two groups. One group went to the mosque first while the other gropup went to the synagogue. Everyone enjoyed it so thanks to everyone who organised this visit to Edinburgh.
by Cameron L, Jamie C, and Danny F. 5a
The Dining Designers are trying to stop people wasting food.We did a servey on how many people like school dinners.Most people like school dinners but still waste food.Watch this space to see what is wasted.
By Ailidh Finlayson and Flora McMahon 4B
Our French friends will be arriving at our school two weeks today! They have sent us a video of themselves on their weblog…go have a look! http://cm2b-nanteuil.blogspot.com/
They have also got a map of their route and some amazing photos of the ferry they are travelling on to get to Rosyth.