P6c enjoyed sharing our learning about Trinidad and Tobago by touring the school with our carnival parade. We played calypso music, accompanied by drums and dancing and visited all the classes. We even had other pupils and teachers joining it. Thanks to all the kids who took part!
What topics have you learned?
What type of furniture do you have in your houses?
What is the most common animal in Trinidad?
What do you do for fun?
What is school life like?
What foods do you like to eat?
Have you learned about Britain yet?
What does your school uniform look like?
What is your favourite thing to do?
Do you have any pets?
We have enjoyed learning about Trinidad and Tobago and hope to hear from you soon.
From your friends at Dunbar Primary School.
6c’s Olympic Country is Trinidad and Tobago and so far we have been finding out all we can about this amazing place.
Yesterday at our Olympic Opening Ceremony we were waving our Trinidad and Tobago flags and we had a listen to the National Anthem. We will hopefully have a chance to email schools out there to find out what life is like on the other side of the world!
What have you found out about Trinidad and Tobago so far?
P6B have working hard all week during Maths time. We have been learning how to measure volume and capacity using ml, L and cm3.
Today we are going to remind ourselves how to work out a shapes perimetre and area, using the following website:
Good luck mathematicians!
Well done to Jamie, Marcus, Alistair and Octavia for travelling to Musselburgh to participate in this years Euro Competition.
All 4 pupils (and a few others), gave up lunch and play times to prepare for the competition. We are very proud of you al!
We did a super job at the Euro Heats and were only 3 points away from the winners. Wow, what a good effort!
Well done also to Campie Primary who are this years winners and will visit the Parliament to represent East Lothian.
P6 have finished their Jacobite topic.
Some of our work has been outstanding. We have written reports from the battlefield, created some lovely weapons/costumes, took part in some drama about Bonnie Prince Charlie and much, much more!
Please comment below to share your learning or to give us feedback on what you enjoyed most about the project!
Well done everyone for all your hard work!
Pupils in P6 at Dunbar Primary School have been sharing their learning about the European Union. Working in pairs they have been doing presentations on a chosen member state without the use of ICT!!!!!!!!!!! So we have enjoyed interviews, dramas, quizzes and more. The children have been very imaginative and have been well supported by their helpful parents…..and even with lovely Polish rye bread provided by Dunbar Community Bakery! Thanks to all for their hard work!
Yesterday, 32 pupils from P6 joined over 200 children from all over East Lothian to take part in an orienteering competition.
Our team did wonderfully and well done to Fraser Kelly who was our fastest P6 competitor.
Yester Primary School were very hard to beat and achieved a wonderful double, in winning both the P4/5 trophy and the P6/7 trophy.
P6 went out onto our (windy) field to re-enact the infamous Battle of Culloden. Our highland charge was enough to give any poor visitors a real fright