Author Archives: Carol Hughes
Last updated 20.12.10 It was on a Starry Night link: Last updated 9th December We had great fun yesterday with staff from Outdoor Education. Check this Outdoor Education website to see what we got up to. http://edubuzz.org/eloes/2010/12/08/yesters-p56-winter-survival-skills
Last updated on the 13th November As you know, our topic at the moment is mapping and our local area. On the 29th November, Mr Iain Gray MSP has kindly agreed to come into our class to talk to P5/6 … Continue reading
During October, we took part in a live video link event with the BBC who were talking to and questioning author Charlie Higson. P5/6 thoroughly enjoyed the link, especially when we had our question read out live! http://www.bbc.co.uk/scotland/learning/authorslive/charlie_higson/
P5/6 had a fantastic few weeks training for the Commonwealth Games handover ceremony at Queen Margaret University- and all their hard work was well worth it. We arrived at QMU on Thursday morning, raring to go! However, our performance … Continue reading
Last updated on 5th October Attention all parents!! We have put our persuasive writing into practise … Please expect a persuasive letter tomorrow or Thursday informing you about the Commonwealth Games Handover Ceremony. (Our boxing dance) If you feel that … Continue reading
Some of you may be interested to know that 2010 is the International Year of Biodiversity. Tyne and Esk writers are holding a writing competition for schools throughout East and Mid Lothian. With Biodiversity as our title, we entered a … Continue reading
FORE!!We teed off this week with a visit from Kate Green, East Lothian’s Golf Development Officer. Kate came to see how well we have been doing at golf, and set up a course for us to play in the playground. … Continue reading
16/09/10-23/09/10 Our latest star of the week was awarded his medal for taking part in a Rugby tournament.
Another busy week in P5/6! This week we were lucky enough to have a visit from the most famous Greek actor of all time… Thespis! (aka Mr Devereux!) We discussed the mask Thespis wore, and how masks help to create … Continue reading
In maths, we have been looking at acute, right, obtuse and reflex angles. We’ve been measuring angles as well as looking for angles in and around school.