See below for electronic copies of the maths and reading records for both P6 classes for term 4.
Any questions, please don’t hesitate to contact us via email (addresses on the P6 class page).
Primary 5 were biking at the Vat Run yesterday and gained a lot of confidence as the afternoon went on.
Just a quick reminder that P4 are waiting to welcome you to our wonderful Viking exhibition! The children are eager to share their learning with you.
Please come between 2.45 and 3.25pm on Wednesday the 29th of March. We look forward to seeing you then.
As part of our learning all about Europe and applying our skills in using persuasive language, both Primary 6 classes are currently working really hard to create a presentation all about a European city.
On Thursday 30th March, we would like to invite you to our holiday sales pitches, where you will get the chance to listen to each group’s sales pitch. You may also get the opportunity to vote for your favourites!
The pitches will be taking place in both classrooms in the upper stages from 1:30pm – 3:15pm. Please free feel to drop in at some point during these times.
Thank you for your continued support.
Emily Thomas and Elizabeth Leithead
“I learned that STEM gets your brain working hard so you can complete challenges.” – Cara.
“STEM is science, technology, engineering and maths. My group made an Olympic kite representing Greece.” -Grace.
“Our STEM skills helped us build our kites and understand the importance of having a good, strong structure.” – Abbie.
“I enjoyed the making and flying parts. I learned how to fly a kite.” – Frankie.
“I learned that building suspension is always a good thing, but to not put too much on otherwise it will weigh the kite down. I enjoyed flying the kite in the field and the suspension worked!” ‘Kyle.
“We learned how to catch the wind to make it fly.” – Freya.
“We learned proper teamwork is probably best because someone might be good at maths more than the others, and another person might be more observant of the structure of the Kite.” – Christopher.
Primary 5 have a new Maths challenge to complete in under a minute.