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Brydekirk Primary – The small school with the big ideas

Welcome to Brydekirk Primary News World, a blog of what’s going on at our great little school, in the south of Scotland.

We hope you enjoy reading, listening and seeing our work and would love your feedback.

Dens at Playtime

We use the Poddely to play with and make dens.

Liam and Brandon

Ex Seeding ly Good

The Outdoor Environment Pupil Group were deseeding the sunflowers.

By Izzy and Liam

Tag Rugby

 

P6/7 went to a rugby tournament. At the start we were against all the small schools and it was fun! After that we went against some other schools. Then we went against another team and we had to get five tries and we came third place.

By Reuben

P5s Help Out

Today when the P6s and P7s went to the Tag Rugby Competition the P5s helped load the Rag Bags into the Rag Bag van. After they were all in the Van Man gave the P5s a bag of doughnuts for their excellent help. We got a doughnut each and they were really yummy!

By Lillia and Maisie

Disco

by the Fundraising Pupil Group

Road Relay

Our runners were in action last night at the Everholm in Annan. Well done to the girls team Ami, Emily and Brooke who came first in the P7 Small Schools Category. Also well done to the lads, Rio, Reuben and Conner who ran in the P6 category. As ever, all pupils were a credit to Brydekirk Primary.

Layers of the Ocean

P2-4 learned the layers of the ocean. For example the darkest layer is called the trench. They also painted all the different layers for art. They enjoyed it very much and they are still doing it now!

By REUBEN and BRANDON

Maths Makes Sense

In the little class we have been learning with Maths Makes Sense. We use cups and decimetre sticks working with partners.

By Izzy

Rights Respecting School

The whole school has been learning about childrens’ rights. The convention applies to everyone: whatever their race, religion or abilities are.

By Maisie and Lillia

Circumference and Area of a Circle

On the 27th of September the P5-7 class were learning about circumferences. It was hard but lots of fun. We enjoyed it and you should try it out as there’s many steps, so if you’re bored you should do it!

By Ben




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