Broomhill School P7 Room 22

June 9, 2017
by Mrs Shaw

P7 Show

We have had a very busy week full of dress rehearsals and song practice. Everything is coming together nicely and we’re getting very excited to show our parents all of our hard work next Thursday, the 15th, at  our 1.30pm and 6pm performances.

May 17, 2017
by Mrs Shaw

Harlaw Technologies Morning

Today we visited Harlaw to learn more about the Technologies Department.

One of our tasks was to make fish key rings. First we drew around a fish template onto a piece of acrylic plastic. Next we drew and cut relief cuts using a coping saw. Then we cut out the shape of the fish. Finally we smoothed  the edges using files and then wet and dry abrasive cloth.

We also took part in a building challenge, to build the highest tower using one marshmallow and twenty pieces of spaghetti. The tower had to be free standing and the marshmallow had to be at the top of the tower. Other resources we were allowed to use were: instructions, scissors and tape.

Finally we made an advert to market our fish key rings. We had to think of a catchy slogan and display the colours which the key ring could come in.

May 4, 2017
by Mrs Shaw

Over the past few days the P7’s have been participating in the Bikeability scheme.

Ewan S-“Bikeability is helping me with my road safety skills and it’s a lot of fun. I can’t wait to get on the road.”

Mrs Martin-“Considering this is only the second day I think my group is doing fantastically and listening well to instructions.”

Everyone is enjoying it and they can’t wait to get on the road.

The children have to read these books over the next two weeks.

Mrs Martin’s group were learning how to signal where you are going and how to do a quick stop.

Mrs Thain’s group were learning how to signal a turn.

Mrs Craig’s group were learning how to do right and left uncontrolled and controlled turn.

Post by Malachy and Alex M.

May 3, 2017
by Mrs Shaw


Today we did Bikeability!

We were practising signals. It was quite hard at first, but once we got used to it, it was easy!

We were looking over our shoulders and putting our arms out and flapping them three times like a chicken.

Then we were going in circles to help with our balance.

We also took turns to ride our bikes individually.

Then we did the “slow race”. The slow race is a race, but on our bikes and very slowly. If we fell or put our foot down, we were out.

Post by Eilidh

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