What we learn in P6/7 may change a little next session and the new P6/7 classes would like your help to tell us the things you liked learning about and the activities you enjoyed (and those you didn’t!) What should we keep and what should we change? Have a look through the P6/7 pages (top of page) to remember what we have learnt and you can also look through the P6/7 class work categories (left of page) to help you remember! Qu’est-ce qu’on met à la poubelle, alors?
Meanwhile… here is a great example from 7B at Law of some of the French we have learnt and we have learnt lots…
and some work from Dirleton P7 about their houses. Bravo à tous!
Here’s a video to help us learn where the towns are for our weather forecasts and some photos of our weather charts. Bravo à tous!
Il fait beau, il y a du soleil! Une partie de pétanque, ça fait plaisir! Here’s a Provençal song all about pétanque!
et voici nos photos…
The S3s at NBHS are off to visit Champigneulles next week and they are going to pop in to see Law and Gullane’s link primaries while they are over. How nice! They have kindly offered to take things over for us …. et voici quelques photos de nos lettres et nos cartes postales! Merci et amusez-vous bien!
Ma couleur préférée est le bleu. Et toi?
P6 classes have been learning the colours in French. We have some powerpoints from Athelstaneford to help us learn them and the pupils at Aberlady sang our rainbow song for us. Bravo à tous!
Les Couleurs L’arc-en-ciel
arc en ciel 2
We have been writing Easter cards to our French link schools. Here are some from the pupils at Athelstaneford. Nous vous souhaitons à tous de joyeuses fêtes de Pâques!
Click on the picture to see what our French friends in Champigneulles are getting for lunch in their canteen this month. Can you work out some of the meals?
P7 are working on ordering food and drink in a French café and here are a couple of podcasts Gullane made for us to listen to. Can you understand what they all ordered? Un grand merci à la serveuse! Un service impeccable!
et voici quelques photos de nos menus à Aberlady. Bon appétit!
“A la Chandeleur l’hiver se meurt ou prend vigueur” (At Chandeleur winter dies or gets sronger again) There are lots of expressions to do with Chandeleur about the winter ending and the sun returning. It is thought that this is why the French eat crêpes on this day as they are big and round and golden like the sun. Dirleton P7 had a go at following a recipe in French to make crêpes today. We didn’t get round to tossing them with a coin in our other hand which is meant to bring prosperity. Another tradition is to put the first crêpe made on top of a wardrobe for next year which ensures next year’s harvest …. we didn’t get round to that either, I’m afraid! On les a toutes mangées!! Elles étaient vraiment bonnes vos crêpes - bravo aux chefs!
P6 at East Linton are busy learning the days of the week too and they decided to record ”Les sept jours de la semaine” to show their link school what they are learning in French. Bravo à tous et à toutes!
The P7 pupils at Gullane sang a Christmas song in French and in English for their link school in Bouxières aux Dames last week. Joyeux Noël à tous nos amis en France!