Braemar School

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March 5, 2019
by Mrs Maclean

Welcome to our blog

Welcome to our school blog. This online space will help us to share our learning with parents, carers and the wider world and will contain weblinks to support learning. Much of the content will be created by the pupils themselves, as they develop their digital skills and learn about staying safe online. We hope you enjoy finding out about what we get up to in school. Please check back often and leave us a comment.

March 26, 2022
by Mrs Maclean

Fluffs and Rufts Dog Show -play in P5-7

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Pupils in Room 3 planned and organised a dog show, inspired by Crufts and by the arrival of Storm, a beautiful husky soft toy. The children involved created application forms for each of the categories, advertised the event through posters around school, created certificates and rosettes and then set up the room with an agility course on the afternoon of the event. Almost every child in the school turned up with a dog on Thursday. The dogs were very well behaved in the morning and then took to the stage in the afternoon.🐶
So much fun and so many skills developed by the show committee.
Well done Eilidh, Alexis, Sophie and Libby.

March 23, 2022
by Alexis Shirran

Our experience at St Margaret’s church

On the 22nd of March we went to St Margaret’s church, both the older class and younger class. When we arrived at the church, the musicians played music on a violin, a viola and a harp. The songs they played were white nights and much more. There was someone called Sheena Blackhall who read us stories and legends. Then we were set a task to write our own legends, true or not. In between break and lunch we were at school writing and the younger class drawing monsters. After lunch we went back to the church and some of the younger class showed their pictures and some of the older class shared their stories and the people who read and showed got music played along while the were presantating.

March 23, 2022
by Murdoch

Red nose day

Last Friday as it was red nose day we did some events in the afternoon. All the events cost 10p to enter to raise money for comic relief. There was a target throwing event, a selfie booth ,scavenger hunt, design a red nose, joke competition ,and dress in red or silly clothes.

In total we raised about £95.

It was really fun and I really enjoyed it.

And we could also buy a red nose for £1.50.

October 15, 2021
by Maddalena

Street Child- our book

This is art work of the work house.


This is drawings of Mr Spink and Rosie from the book.


This is our ideas for what will happen in the next  chapter of the story.



This is our non chronological report. We read a book called Street Child and we learned about kids in Victorian times and what they had to live like and how they were treated and what work houses were.



October 15, 2021
by Julia Zuzanna

Our novel study Street Child

By Julia and Lucian

what did we learn? We learnt how life was in the Victorian era and how rare it was to have a lot of money.

Favourite part? Lucians favourite part was when Rosie’s grandad found Jim and Julia’s favourite part was when Jim escaped the work house.

What surprised me about this topic? It surprised me because it wasn’t how I though the book would end.

Me and Lucian rate the book a 7/10. We would recommend the book to people who like to read long books.

May 14, 2021
by Lewis Derek

What i learned on scratch

I learned a lot on scratch like the basics of coding and other stuff it’s really interesting. I’m gonna make another story about two people who meet and go to a cinema and realise there both  car enthusiasts with animation and the lot! But more from me soon byeeeeeeeee

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