As part of our Argyll and Bute topic we have been learning about the differences between island, rural and urban life within our council area. We have been looking at smaller schools and comparing them to our own and on 31st May, we had the opportunity to visit Inveraray Primary School to help us with […]
Pupils from Primary 1, 2 and 3 had the opportunity to enjoy the fantastic Road Safety Magic Show presented by Allan’s Magic. They were informed of the 4 important safety words in relation to crossing roads… They participated in the very catchy Stop, Look, Listen, Think song… https://youtu.be/9kys1wR6lxo They also enjoyed watching some cool magic tricks […]
Primary 3 took their learning outdoors and challenged each other to solve maths problems, including addition and subtraction sums and times tables.
There was lots of math work needed in Primary 3 on Pancake Day. Pupils had to use their knowledge of measure, weight and time to make the perfect pancakes!
Hula hooping club is made up of some enthusiastic hula hoopers from P3 and P4. The club is run by Mrs Barlow every Tuesday in the music and drama room and has been split into 2 blocks. Every week we work really hard to improve on waist hooping as it is really good exercise to […]
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.
As part of their topic “Ancient Egypt” Primary 3 followed a recipe to make traditional Egyptian date balls. They had to read the recipe themselves, prepare the ingredients, follow instructions and even tidy up. It was messy but fun. The children all tried eating them but it seems date balls are like marmite – you […]
Primary 3 had a physical and fun filled afternoon learning Taekwon-do during health week. Everybody took part and learned how to show respect to their opponent as well as how to pin them down. Some boys and girls were even used to demonstrate a flip! Mya Logan said “the best part was being flipped over, that […]
Members of the CORE Committee have been busy visiting the Infant classes throughout the school. Along with the RRS Mascot Woofles, they visited the Primary 1, 2 and 3 classes to read ‘I have the right to be a child’ to the boys and girls. The children enjoyed hearing about their rights through this interesting […]
After the success of our Pop-Up-Tuck-Shop, P3 wanted to share their Shops and Shopping Topic learning through our assembly. We started with some drama showing that, for some of us, shopping really isn’t an enjoyable experience; unlike our learning which has been great fun! We then shared what we had learned about foods and shops […]