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!
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
A huge well done to a few pupils in P6B for doing so well in their AR reading.
Chloe has read thirteen books in P6 and her average score is 89%. Excellent work, Chloe!
Josh also has a fantastic average and is doing lots of extra reading at home! Keep it up, Josh.
And finally, Hannah has also been doing lots of extra reading. Her hard work is paying off as she has already read 250,000 words. Wow Hannah. This is a fantastic achievement. Well done.
Primary 6 enjoyed heading out to our fantastic field to start rugby lessons.
Steve was there to lead the session and we enjoyed playing games and practising ‘tagging’ each other.
Don’t forget your joggers and jumpers on a Monday as it can get quite chilly outside.
Just wondering who has plans for the holiday Monday?
Tomorrow P6B and half of P6C are going to Levenhall in Musselburgh to enjoy some watersports. It will be a super trip!
Don’t forget to bring in a packed lunch and a change of clothes. Make sure you bring in warm clothes as it can get chilly.
If you are going in the morning trip, remember to look after Miss Dalgleish. She feels nervous after falling in last year!
Today, we began planning our spy mysteries. We looked at lots of exciting adjectives we could use to describe our main characters.
Jenna has created a character called Crystal Evil who has a glass eye, is always furious and loves cats and chocolates. She looks very evil indeed!
Jamie is going to write a story about Dr Destructor who is ruthless, cunning and has a huge scar down his face. Scary stuff, Jamie!
Today, P6 had their first French lesson with Ms Murray.
We practised counting to 10 in French as well as saying “Hello” and “Good-bye” .
We are looking forward to next week’s lesson already!
Today, P6 started our Spy topic. We completed Spy Profiles and looked at the kind of qualities you need to be a good spy.
We learned that MI6 looks after our country from threats outside the UK, while MI5 protects us from people planning crimes within Britain.
P6B even managed to squeeze in some spy games. Look out for some photographs on Wednesday, when we are all coming into school dressed as spies.
P6 have been learning how to do cursive handwriting. We are trying hard to join our letters together and make sure they all start on the line!
Cursive writing is very neat and tidy and it also helps us spell words correctly. Miss Dalgleish was very impressed by our efforts!