We would like to invite you to a Together We Count evening on Monday 25 November aimed at parents of P4 – P7 pupils. Dunbar Primary and Dunbar Grammar staff will be running numeracy workshops to demonstrate the teaching of addition, subtraction, multiplication and division.
There will be a chance to play some of the active maths games we use with the pupils and time for a coffee!
The event will run from 5 – 7pm at Lochend Campus. If you would like to attend, please complete the slip on the letter (sent out Friday 15th Nov), let the school office know by phone or write a quick note to your child’s teacher.
Miss Cooke, Miss Eeles, Miss Herkes & Miss Veitch will all be running workshops on the night. We hope to see you there!
P7A enjoyed the taste of Success at our Pizza Party today as part of:
‘Together We Count’.
Our team of confident Mathletes put their number knowledge to the test when they sat the recent end of topic quiz and they came out on top!
We are very proud of their efforts and we say a BIG Thank You to them for winning us the very yummy pizza!
Let’s keep-up the hard work P7A – you are all doing so well!
Have a Great Weekend,
In 7D we have been working hard on our spelling. Some of the activities we have been working on are Good, Clean Words (We wrote our words in shaving foam!), Spell-er-size! (We pretended to be cheerleaders), Pasta Words (We used pasta shapes to spell out our words) and Hopscotch Words (We took the chalk out into the playground). It has been great fun and we wanted to share some pictures with you!
This week in Primary 7 we are revising division facts. Here are a few fun games to help you with your division.
Sum Sense Division
Woodlands Junior Division Games
Let us know how you get on with the division games by commenting on this post.
We have had so much fun learning about World War II. Here’s a reminder of some of the fantastic work we have been doing throughout the term.
Thanks to Richard we have a video of the wonderful WWII style dancing yesterday! Please click on the link below and enjoy!
We’ve had a really busy and fun day celebrating the end of WWII with our VE Day Celebration. You will see below we made red, white & blue rosettes and listened to some famous WWII songs. In the afternoon we danced, sang and played games in the hall together with the year group.
Thank you so much for the home baking! It was a lovely treat to have at the end of the day.
We hope the P7s have enjoyed learning about WWII as much as we have enjoyed teaching it!
Primary 7 all had a fantastic day celebrating VE day. Everyone made a great effort with their costumes and we had lots of fun this afternoon playing games, singing songs, dancing and eating cakes! Well done Primary 7!
Primary 7 have had such a fantastic day of celebrations! We were busy preparing for our party by making VE Day rosettes and Union Jack bunting. I was very impressed by the effort everyone put in with their outfits. Everyone looked great!
Every class performed at our party and P7C sung “Put That Light Out!”. We also played a relay game where the winning team were the first team to “blackout” their building by removing the lights.
P7D taught us some WW2 style dance moves and we had lots of fun dancing together. Have a look at some of our excellent WW2 dancing. Thank you to everyone who helped organise outfits and donated home baking. We had such a fun day and what a brilliant way to end our topic.
The Primary 7 classes are having a big push on times tables at the moment. I know lots of the children have games at home and on their tablets to help, but if you’re looking for some of the ones we play in school, please click on the link below: