Queensferry Post- choir light switch on

                   Choir light switch on

The school choir had an amazingly fun time singing their songs on the stage. The songs included Sleigh ride, O little town of Bethlehem and Little Saint Nick.  Our school sang so well, and we think they did an amazing job. Everyone else enjoyed it to. Not even to mention how beautiful the light switch on was. The choir practised hard and it was amazing to see how good they were at the songs.

Queensferry Post – Remembrance Assembly

                The Remembrance Assembly 

                       Before the Assembly

The primary 7 pupils have been preparing for our school’s remembrance assembly about World War One. At the assembly we will be showing our research and personal story along with some poems and reading the names of ex-pupils that fought in the First World War.

                    Now After the Assembly

Our Remembrance assembly was good, and we learnt a lot of things from each other’s research.

Queensferry Post – Monthly Maths Challenge

Monthly maths challenge

Hello, I’m Freya from our wonderful school newspaper, and since it’s a school newspaper, I wanted to give everyone a good old brain booster! I’ll be sorting them into early, middle and upper stages.

Early stages

John has 5 apples and eats 3, how many does he have now?

Derek has 10 Haribos and gets 2 from his friends. How many does he have?

Anna has 10p but gives 5p to Sophie to buy sweets, how much does she have now?

Middle stages

If Johnathan has a stack of twelve seats, and James has a stack of nineteen. How many more does James have?

Three people were standing in a line and one person joins at the back of the line, then two people leave. How many people are in the line now?

There’s 24 branches on a tree and 5 snap off, how many branches are on the tree?

Upper stages

First question, Tony has 27 bags of sweets and he sells 23 at a sale but ten restocks 15 of them, how many does he have now?

Dean wanted to paint his bathroom floor. His floor is 5x7cm2. How much area does his floor take up?

If lizzie has 172 apples and someone buys 78 and she restocks 50. How many does he have

Queensferry Post – Anti Bullying

ITS ANTI BULLYING WEEK SO I AM HERE TO GIVE YOU YOUR 4 TOP TIPS TO STAY BULLY FREE!

Hi, I am Abigail Closier and I am here to make sure you stay bully free. Let’s start with tip number one!

1. If you are being bullied in school or anywhere else you should do your best you can to not believe anything they say.

2.You MUST tell someone you trust like a Family member , teacher, friend and the NSPCC if it is more serious (NSPCC`S number is 0800 1111 ChildLine.)

3.Stand up for yourself or your friend, that is something very brave to do.

4.They are who they are, but you are amazing remember that and never fight back.

By Abigail Closier

Queensferry Post -Christmas Fair

Hi I’m Robyn Corbett and I would like to tell you about the Christmas fair.

The Christmas fair is held in the P.E hall with lots of tables with things like sweets, accessories, raffles ,wine stalls, lucky dips, tombola, Games, cakes, hot dogs, Photo Booth, Santa’s Grotto and the announcement of the sloth teddy

And its on Friday the 6th of December 6pm-8pm Children-50p,Adults- £1

And family-£2.30 please come and Raise money for are school!

Queensferry Post – Eco committee

Hello, I’m Olivia and I’m going to tell you about the thing that the Eco committee were working on no plastic snacks they called it Fruity Friday. The aim was to use less plastic to save our planet from dying and it was a great idea everybody loved it because they got lots of house points every time they brought a no plastic snack. In some classes they have a board, and everybody has their name on it and every time they take in a no plastic snack they get a tick beside their name and around 2 house points.

Eco wall

Queensferry Post -Benmore

      Benmore

The week before the October holidays the p7s went to Benmore. We did lots of fun activities such as gorge walking, caving, orienteering and lots more. It took around two and a half hours to get there with a stop off at Luss for lunch. When we got their we had a biscuit and juice and found out what activity groups we were in and then we went to make our beds which was interesting. After that we got our waterproofs on and went to PUDDLE LANE which was amazing. Now I’ll tell you about the activities we did. First biking, biking was really fun first we went to the bike shed and got fitted for bikes, helmets and gloves then we cycled around and got very wet which was fun. Next I’ll tell you about high ropes, high ropes was really fun. Now gorge walking, gorge walking was really fun we went up the gorge and then there was some slides to slide down. Next caving , caving was really fun we had to climb really high in the forest to get to the caves and then we sat in a cave and found gold dust.

     by Jayde Davis

Queensferry Post – Pollution Posters

Hi, my name is Annabelle Lynch and I would like to tell you about my pollution poster. I designed it in Primary 5 as part of the competition that Mr. Brownlie held. Now it is up on our school fence for people to notice that our playground is being polluted. We all really need to start realising that we should stop and think about our world. There were two winners – me and Emma Thompson. You can see my poster outside our school!