The Pupil Council organised a fabulous talent show raising money for Robin House. Talented pupils from primary 4-7 auditioned to secure places on the Friday afternoon show hosted by primary seven pupil council members! Well done to everyone involved it was a super afternoon of entertainment and raised £352.00.
P4 Football club have had lots of fun playing games and trying new skills. This block we have focused on improving pupils dribbling ability and close ball control.
Water Cycle/ Charities After completing Block 2 P4 children wanted to share their topic learning through our assembly with parents and pupils from Hermitage Primary. We started our assembly with a Water Cycle play, where children reminded us the journey of a water droplet by acting out the different stages of it. We then shared […]
Primary 4 enjoyed these activities during Health Week: Judo: Pupils from P4 enjoyed taking part in a judo lesson. They learned how to pin people down and also flick and throw them. Smoothy: P4 made 3 different types of healthy smoothy as part of Health Week. One was strawberry, banana and orange juice. Another was mango, […]
P3 and P4 Pottery club have had fun looking at a few different techniques. The children have made pinch pots, tiles and used different mark making techniques, looking at pattern and texture. The children have also had the opportunity to choose items that they would like to make.
Keen knitters from P4 and P5 are busy working on their own creations. Some are using knitting needles to create traditional scarves while other are finger knitting to creating jewellery items.
Miss Blair, Matthew Egan and Jack from P7 run a Coding Club every Thursday from 3pm to 4pm. We use iPads to code on apps such as Tickle, Tynker and Scratch Junior. Next week we will write code to control a small drone using an iPad. We will try to land on the X using […]
The pupils from P4-7 who won the Christmas Fair Bake Off competition recently enjoyed a trip to PJ’s Kitchen. They were treated to a hot chocolate and a delicious slice of fudge cake. Thank you to Mr Joseph for this prize and a big well done to all the winners.
Well done to both of the P4 classes who collected donations towards this year’s Poppy Scotland Appeal, raising a total of £68.75.
In Primary 4 we chose the following Articles: Article 13 Children have the right to find out things and say what they want through speaking, writing, drawing, etc. The children will: Show respectful listening skills. Think about the language they are using. Respect other pupils and what they have to say. Use library and school […]