Primary 3 have been problem solving this afternoon. The P6 children created their own problem solving activities which the P3 children have been trying to do. P3 really enjoyed it – thank you P6.
Teams from P6 & P7 attended the Meadowbank athletics tournament today and did the school proud. Each pupil gave their all against 13 other schools, many of them because of their size, having considerably more pupils to draw on. The … Continue reading
Primary 3 & Primary 6 got together during Technologies Week to recreate Professor Heinz Wolff’s Great Egg Race. The challenge was to create a vehicle, powered only by a single rubber band, to carry an egg as quickly as possible … Continue reading
The Baldy Bane Theatre Company was in the school yesterday to bring a play about road safety to the P6s and 7s. The Community Council has a story about it on its website, plus some pictures of the performance.
Click on the link below to see an article on the Times Educational Supplement website about the recent work done by our P6 class and a P6/7 class from MacMerry: http://www.tes.co.uk/article.aspx?storycode=6164906
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P6 have been working extremely hard creating ancient artefacts for our Wallace and Bruce Museum. We were so happy to see the whole school and our parents/carers visit. We loved getting your feedback and I’m glad you enjoyed visiting it … Continue reading
It has been a busy week for the upper school. On Monday there was our production of King Loth and on Thursday we had the opportunity to meet and train with Euan Burton, our Olympic judo hopeful for 2012. You … Continue reading
All of the P5′s, P6′s and P7′s took to the hall yesterday afternoon to hear all about an exciting new project they will all be participating in! The three classes will be working with the Charades theatre company, class teachers, … Continue reading
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Last Wednesday P6 and P5/6 were visited by Sarah Cowie from Museum Services. She had organised a series of fun Victorian activities including washing clothes using a washboard and a mangle, dressing up for a Victorian photograph and trying out … Continue reading
Primary 6 and Primary 5/6 had fun on Friday turning their rooms into Victorian classrooms and designing routines and lessons around a typical Victorian school day. The children took part in diction and dictation lessons and enjoyed trying out quill … Continue reading