This week we have been learning lots about Scotland. We wrote descriptions and drew pictures of Scottish landmarks, researched famous Scot's and shared facts about them and designed our own Scottish tartan. We all learned a poem and two of us recited them during our Scottish Assembly. We had the opportunity to build a 3D ... Continue reading "P4S Scottish Week"
The pupils in P5/4C have been immersing themselves in the Scots language this week. They had great fun brainstorming all the Scots words they could think of and then created a Scots dictionary to support their writing later in the week. In writing, each pupil created a short descriptive piece about themselves using as many ... Continue reading "Scots Week in P5/4C"
Our children have the opportunity to access their outdoor play area in all weathers and during group time we go for a walk in our local community. To ensure they are prepared for the cold weather, please provide hat and gloves for your child and leave inside their backpack for easy access when they are ... Continue reading "NURSERY - Warm Clothing"
We had a great time trying lots of different foods to describe the taste as part of our science topic on 'The Senses' with Mrs Beattie. There were a lot of interesting reactions to some of the tastes. Great job everyone!
In Science we are learning about our 5 senses. Today we were finding out about the sense of taste. Mrs Beattie had different foods for us to taste and we had to record whether they were sweet, sour, bitter or salty. Lots of us liked the salty crisps ...but the lemon was not the class ... Continue reading "Food Tasting P3R"
This week we have been super busy! We have been learning our new sounds 'igh' and 'y'. Miss Walkingshaw set us challenges this week during our Literacy time to see if we could find our new sounds hidden in a book chosen from our class library. We think we did a great job! On Monday ... Continue reading "P2W Sounds of the Week and Money Madness"
Congratulations on winning 3 awards at your teams award ceremony on Saturday, including most improved player and top goal scorer! Great achievement!
Thank you so much to the two members of our class who brought in precious World War 2 artefacts for us to look at. It was great to hear you tell us all about your relatives and the different roles they played in WW2. Stories like these and artefacts for the class to hold really ... Continue reading "P7S World War 2 Artefacts"
we have been learning about Electricity, how it is sourced and how it gets to our houses. We have also been building circuits, including a switch, to make a bulb light.
On the lead up to Robert Burn's Day on 25th January the children have been enjoying practising simple Celidh dancing and Scottish songs and rhymes such as Three Craws, Wee Willie Winkie and Ye Cannae Shove Yer Granny of the Bus. We have been discussing and having fun with Scottish words and language and been ... Continue reading "NURSERY - SCOTTISH CELEBRATIONS"
The children are participating in RSPB Big Garden Bird Watch 2020. They have enjoyed using binoculars to spot birds in the nursery garden/playground. To find out more information on how to take part please`check our Parent Information Board in the cloakroom or visit rspb.org.uk/birdwatch
We are now able to store items from your child's lunch bag in a refrigerator until lunch. If you have items in your child's bag that needs refrigeration, please put them into a plastic bag with your child's name on and hand it to the staff member at the door on entry. Many thanks