What a busy day P6 have had – rugby, French, music and cycling all on a Monday!! I hope you have some energy left to go out guising tonight? Remember in Scotland we guise - go out in disguise. Watch out for spooks and ghosts tonight. BOOO!
This term, P6 are learning all about climate change and why it is important to look after the environment.
Remember, this is your topic! P6B’s homework tonight was to think carefully about what you want to learn about during our Eco topic. I will hear all your ideas tomorrow.
Tomorrow, we will be looking at a fantastic website called Eco Kids.
Here is the link so you can find it from home:
Today we had a visitor all the way from Paris.
Tanya popped in to tell us all about a living in France. She described yummy frogs legs and told us a story about a British girl who moves to France.
Tanya also brought with her lots of objects, outfits and books for us to look at.
It was a lovely start to our new term.
Hope you have all had a great holiday and are raring to go for the new term!
Remember to bring in your PE kit if you took it home for a wash.
See you for a quick start – “A flavour of France” at 8.45 sharp!!
Mrs Black is off school just now with a very sore back.
We are all missing you and are looking forward to seeing you when you are feeling better!
We are all thinking of you :)
This term, we have all been learning about France. We are going to share our learning and show our presentations next week. P6 have been working very hard in school and our homework has been outstanding!
Don’t forget your french outfits for tomorrow’s assembly!
P6 have been learning how to play tag rugby. We are going to be participating in a rugby festival after the October holiday.
Here are some photographs of P6B enjoying some rugby games.
Last Friday, Dunbar pupils looked fantastic as they came in as there favourite Roald Dahl characters.
We had some super Matildas, Twits (the ‘Twitettes’), Georges, Miss Honey, a few Sophies, Mike TV and many more wonderful outfits.
Mrs Melvin gave us all a fright by dressing up as the formidable Miss Trunchbull.
P6 travelled around all 4 P6 teachers and participated in a series of ‘Dah