On Wednesday 1st and Thursday 2nd October, all primary 5 pupils are going to visit the lifeboat station in North Berwick. The pupils have thought about lots of questions they would like to ask and hope to be able to interview the crew on the day. They will let you know how they got here by telling us 3 things they learned during the visit.
Primary 5 pupils presented a cheque to the Chest Heart and Stroke society today following a skipping craze which has gripped all stages of the primary school . Watch this space for video demonstrations of their many skills in this area! Here are some examples of skipping-rhymes
Today, Thursday 25th September, teams of primary 5 pupils from every school in the North Nerwick Cluster played in a basketball festival, competing in mini games against each other for two solid hours. The event was run by Steven Duff and Marie Caer with the help of young people from Telford College. It was a magnificent display of the developing skills, team spirit and energy of all involved. A great time was had by all..
On Friday 19th September all primary 5 pupils and teachers along with the help of 6 parents and 3 Rangers, had a splashing smashing time down at the beach, rambling around the rockpools and identifying all the life there which they had been learning about over the past few weeks.[bubbleshare 461998.f631921ffa6]
Primary 5 Law Primary School did John Muir drama with a drama specialist called Mrs Sweeny .
First Mrs sweeny got us into a circle and asked us about john muir ,then we had to walk around the room and when we met a person we had to say something about john muir or Dunbar .
She told us the story about John Muir’s childhood .
Then we chose our groups we would be in for a drama scene .
1.Grampa and young John Muir with little mice .
2.The dares with younger brother Davey who got stuck on top of the roof
3.Mr Siddins and the dandy doctors at school and being frightened by grave robbers .
4. The beach with the rockpool monster .
We all acted out our play
EVERYBODY THOUGHT IT WAS THE BEST DRAMA EVER!!!
By Lois and James m 5a
Today primary 5 visited the seabird centre and had a wonderful visit learning lots of new things. They will let you know what they thought here……..
Remember to include 3 things you learned from the visit today.
Remember to use proper sentences with full stops and capital letters and explain why you enjoyed the visit.
Here are some of the activities we were involved in. Which were your favourites and why?
It is back! It is going to be another jam packed week of fun activities at Law Primary. From cheerleading to skipping, dancing to karate, the fun never stops. We’re learning so many things about ourselves, our bodies, health, exercise and wellbeing. Watch this space for photos and videos.
Welcome back to all the Middle Area pupils. May we take this opportunity to welcome the new P4s to the are and any other pupils who have joined us from different schools across Great Britain.
There are many activities and events in the middle area so I am sure you are bound to find something you’ll enjoy.
Remember…The Middle Area Motto
Good Better Best
I will never rest
‘Til my good is better
and my better’s best!