Some P6C best bits…

Just a few examples of P6C’s work from SeeSaw so far!  Very creative and fun to see, well done everyone.

drawing copy 2Henry bridges a gap.

drawing copy 3Rory has been getting physical with Isaac Newton.

drawing copy 4Annabelle is the Princess of Whales.

drawing copyJamie’s reading den is an isolation step further!

drawing

Isla C challenges you to identify her close-up objects (Mr.C guessed two, failed two!)

Isla F share a positive message.

Georgina is doing enough exercise for the rest of us…

A Mabubble.

A Little Bird Told Me by P2H and P2/3H

Robin found a big flock birds and she flew with them to Bethlehem. She found a special baby called Jesus. Mary and Joseph were in a stable. A star guided people to the stable. Angels told people about the baby and guided them to the stable. Three wise men, camels, shepherds and sheep all followed the star to visit the baby. It took them all a long time to get there. Some of them had to travel 2,000 miles. It was very tiring and sometimes they had to rest. The birds could travel quickly because they didn’t have to follow roads.

Heritage Trail 2018

A HUGE congratulations to all Primary 6 pupils for performing a fantastic walking tour of South Queensferry. All actors learned their lines off by heart, and performed with super confidence. Ms Love and Mrs Thomas are so proud of you all!IMG_3389IMG_3442

Thank you so much to all adult helpers (we literally couldn’t have done it without you!) and all family/friends who watched the tours – your smiles and laughs kept our entertainers going!

We are currently in the process of replacing some of our costume pieces and accessories,   and would be very grateful for any donations. We are particularly looking for old-fashioned dresses, pinafors, waistcoats, aprons and girls bonnets. Thanks in advance! 

Fiddler On The Roof

Nobody point out that our first show is 3 weeks on Monday!

Rehearsals are going well, thank you so much to every pupil who has committed to this and turned up after school.

Mrs Mclean has sent costume suggestion sheets out to all cast members asking for families to try and source as much as they can; anything which you can’t get please get in touch soon and we’ll raid the Heritage Trail box!

The show itself will be performed on the 25th and 26th at 7pm at the Barony Theatre in Bo’ness.  Tickets will cost  £6 pounds each and will be limited to 4 per child.  A family ticket costing £20 will be available; this must be for either the Monday or the Tuesday (not split over the two nights) and will count as a child’s full allocation.

Any extra unsold tickets will be allocated from a waiting list on a first come, first served basis.  Order forms will be sent home soon!