Primary 5 pupils from Rhu Primary School took part in a Tudor day to celebrate the end of their Term 3 Tudor topic. The pupils were able to dress up in Tudor attire if they so wished and took part in a range of Tudor related activities throughout the day, such as: preparing and tasting Pottage (a traditional vegetable soup); designing their own Tudor shield; making a Tudor rose; and playing Chess . Parents were invited in at the end of the day to look at the pupils work.
Enterprising Primary 6 pupils at Rhu put their digital heads together and came up with a charitable and eco-friendly plan to support the Helensburgh Foodbank at Christmas time. The children collected a total of 305 items in just two weeks by establishing their Christmas-e-Greetings company in the school. The scheme involved pupils buying a digital greeting card which was displayed on the TV’s in the foyer and hall during December. Instead of exchanging money for the greeting, the pupils brought in items of food for the foodbank.
P5 pupils at Rhu Primary have spent this term reading and examining scripts. They have looked at the different features of play scripts and then used this knowledge to plan and write their own short puppet show scripts in co-operative learning groups. They chose the Rhu Primary ‘school bees’ as their morals behind their stories, such as ‘Be Hardworking’, ‘Be Honest’ and ‘Be Responsible’.
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On Friday 24th November, P5 and P6 pupils from Rhu Primary were invited to Lomond School Games Hall to take part in a ‘Mission to Mars’ digital learning session. Pupils were split into groups and throughout the afternoon they worked through and completed 6 different digital tasks, all linked with the ‘Mission to Mars’ theme.
Rhu P4 pupils enjoyed a trip to Glasgow Science Centre recently as part of their Oceans and Seas topic. They visited the I-Max cinema to watch ‘Under the Sea 3D’ and spent time in the science mall. A wonderful time had by all, especially when wearing 3D glasses and trying to catch fish swimming out of the screen