Ellie’s book…..final chapters now online!!

***Click on the link to read the last few chapters of the book.***


Ellie’s book

Latest chapters uploaded now! 🙂

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Ellie’s book, chapters 5,6 and 7 now available here!!!

News from around the classes

No blog club this week as my Primary 7 helpers were away visiting the Academy, but here’s a quick update on what’s happening in the class blogs. You can see lots of photos of the P3s at the Health Blast here and here. Mrs Rankin has uploaded photos from her class visit to Kinnermit Farm here. Primary 2 have been growing and planting and you can see their fabulous grass heads here. And finally, my class have been working hard on their Wallace and Bruce homework tasks. Click here to take a look. As always, we LOVE comments- let us know what you think!

Mrs Maclean 🙂

More Loch Insh photos

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Ellie’s book

Chapter 4

I walked to school looking into peoples gardens as I skipped by. Some gardens were filled with gorgeous flowers, daisies and still stone statues. Some gardens were over grown, wild flowers and weeds grew anywhere there was space. Some gardens were high walled so I could not see in but I could hear fountains and rivers flowing and trees waving in the cooling breeze. I searched into the last garden just before the school gates. It was a big field around the back of the house. There stood a small herd of horses, wind blowing in their manes, their tails swishing side to side. Then one horse pure black reared and started galloping to the top of the field. I ringing sound filled my ear and I turned to see everyone pushing and shoving to get into line first. Kate came bouncing up to me, her flowing blonde hair waving in the breeze. She pulled me into line and whispered about the girl in front we both giggled. When we did maths I couldn’t  think  about anything else other than the herd of horses up on the hill earlier. “MILLY, PAY ATTENTION!!!!” Screamed miss Doily, everyone stared. Miss Doily was our teacher, she was always going on about how all this school work help us when we are older so we should pay attention. But most people found it just plain boring! At break I told Kate all about the horses I saw and the blackbird, The dream. Kate has horses so she found it very interesting.                                          

Sorry we didnt have time for 5!

Netball and football

There was a netball and football  touriment last Thursday and our school took part. I interwied someone who played at the netball and she said it was great fun and the weather was really sunny. She also said that she was not nervise and that her team won the tourniment and the other group from Markerhill came 3rd. Well done everyone who took part!

p1 p2 and p3s sports day

On monday the p1s to p3s had their sports day and we went around asking people what they thought of the day and said they were very fit and competitive. The weather was perfect for the day as it was very sunny, some people said the tea and coffee were great. All the children were working hard, sharing and didn’t moan about losing. The children thought it was very fun and enjoyed all the races. Everyone tried their best at throwing and long jump.

Ellie’s book

Click here to read chapter 1.

Markethill author….. coming soon to the school blog!

We have a guest blogger coming to join us from next week, Ellie Farquhar from P6/18. She will be adding a chapter or two of her book each week. Please check it out and leave her a comment….. it’s fab! To see the book, click on the link to the right on the page called Ellie’s book.

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