Roman Helmets

Primary 3 were very interested in Roman soldiers so just for fun we made some Roman helmets!  Everyone was very excited to wear them and take them home.


Roman Mosaic

This week we learned about Roman mosaic. The Romans used mosaic patterns to decorate floors. Mosaic was made out of stones and usually made a pattern or picture.

We  looked at examples of Roman mosaic and made our own colourful mosaic designs.


For topic Primary 3 are learning about the Romans. This week we explored Roman soldiers, what they wore and the weapons they had.

We have also been exploring emotions and different emotion words. Primary three designed their own Corona-coasters to show the range of emotions they have felt during lockdown.

World Book Day!

Today we celebrated World Book day! Primary 3 made some animal masks and we thought about different books with animals as the main characters.The masks looked fantastic! Take a look at the photos and see if you can guess who is behind each mask?

We also had some fun making origami bookmarks. This involved listening carefully to instructions and careful folding.



PE Fun!

Primary 3 have settled in really well since returning to school and have been working really hard!

Today we had a lovely afternoon outside doing PE. We practised our throwing and catching to help develop our hand eye co-ordination.

Christmas Crafts!

Primary 3 have been very busy making lots of lovely Christmas crafts.

We will be taking them home this week to share with you. We hope you like them!

Here’s a little peek at some of them……


We have been busy making some beautiful paper flowers to send to one of the residents at Summerhill Care Home. We hope they like them and it brightens their day!

Fireworks And Poppies!

We have had a busy week learning the ‘tch’ sound, learning about speech marks and learning how to carry in an adding chimney sum.

We have also been busy doing lots of lovely art! We had fun making our own scratch art firework pictures. They looked lovely and colourful.


We also painted poppies on stones which will be displayed at Hazlehead Park for Remembrance Day. If you are at Hazlehead Park you might see them. They look amazing! We also made some lovely poppy pictures.

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