As part of our Talking and Listening work in Learning Block 2, P2 were tasked with preparing a personal talk about an item or experience of personal interest. The children worked incredibly hard to interest their audience, remembering a loud clear voice and eye contact. The standard of talks and the variety of interesting objects […]
In Learning Block 1, Primary 3 learned all about how and when the Ancient Egyptians lived. They learned where Egypt is, about the pyramids and the process of mummification as well as researching King Tutankhamun. They visited Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum and made and presented their own Canopic Jars. They finished their topic with […]
We would like to extend a huge thank you to all the volunteers who assisted on our School Garden Day, which was held on Sunday 5th November. Green-fingered parents, grandparents and children all came to together to weed out, dig and tidy up our beautiful school grounds. Unusually, the sun shone down upon our volunteers for […]
Primary 1 thoroughly enjoyed a session of paired reading on Friday 10th November. Here is a selection of photographs from their activities.
It with great pleasure we announce the winners of the Post Card Competition, which was run by the Hill House: 1st – Sarah (Primary 6) 2nd – Logan (Primary 4) 3rd – Helle (Primary 5) Well done and thank you to everyone who took part – all the entries have been passed on to staff at the […]
As Learning Block 1 was coming to an end, P2 were given a challenge to design and make a farm barn using their choice of either recycled materials or construction blocks. The aim of this challenge was to allow the children to demonstrate both the knowledge and the skills they had learned during the Farm […]
As part of their Democracy topic, P6 recently took a trip to Edinburgh to meet with their local MSPs at the Scottish Parliament. Following a tour and a talk from the education officer, the pupils had a Q&A session with local MSPs, Jackie Bailie, Maurice Corry and Ross Greer before getting to sit in the […]