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P1-4 Brydekirk Project

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Church and Police Station Visit

P1 to 4 had a great time visiting Annan old Parish church last month.  The children got to see the Diroms grave, and learn more about the Dirom family.  They also got to visit Annan Police Station where they got to look inside the police van and the police cells.

Here are some photos from the trip.

Mr and Mrs Wilkins Visit

Mr and Mrs Wilkins came in to talk to the p1 – 4 class about the Diroms.  Mrs Wilkins wrote a book about the Diroms which the children have been using to learn more about the history of Brydekirk.  The children were all very interested in what Mr and Mrs Wilkins had to say and they all had some great questions to ask them both.  Thank you very much Mr and Mrs Wilkins.

Our Village

This term primary 1 to 4 children are learning about Our Village Brydekirk for their topic.  The children have made a video about what they have learned so far.

Here is a link to the video, we hope you enjoy it.

www.youtube.com/watch?v=-sitya2d8ew

Brydekirk Film

Filming for our film about Brydekirk was cancelled this morning due to bad weather.

Brydekirk Bridge Model

Primary 1 to 4 are learning about Our Village this term for their topic.  This fantastic model of Brydekirk Bridge was made by Douglas and Daniel.  What great work boys.

Christmas Holidays

I hope everyone had a nice Christmas and has been able to get around OK in the stormy weather.

As discussed in class for those who are at a loose end or want a wee project, here’s some ideas:

  • Those reading The Machine Gunners, you could do a project on World War 2. It’s a big subject so you could look at making a time line of events, focusing on the Blitz, or rationing, countries involved or anything that takes your fancy.
  • Those reading Natural Record Breakers, you could write your own chapter, including pictures and diagrams, of any natural record breaker not covered so far in the book.
  • As suggested by Mrs Robb, who recently inspected our school, write a proposal to Mr Cameron and Professor Heppell to say why we should take the iPads home for homework.
  • Learn a Burn’s poem or song off by heart for our Burn’s Supper next month.
  • Create an idea to get more parents and people commenting on this blog.
  • Or anything else you fancy doing related to A Christmas Carol, Rubik’s Cubes, ice crystals or whatever. If you think it’s a good idea, add it as a comment below and maybe other members of the class can do it or work with you too.

Anything above should be fun and something you want to do. Don’t over do it however if you are going to do something, then it’s worth doing it well.

See you in a week or so and enjoy the break,

Mr Archibald

Festivals

This term primary 1 to 4 have been learning about different festivals.  They have been learning about Johovahs Witnesses, the Jewish festival of Hanukkah, the Buddhist festival Wesak and the Hindu festival Diwali.  Here are some photos of the work the children have been doing.

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iCoffee Afternoon 3

iCoffee Afternoon is back tomorrow from 1.30pm until 2.30pm. We’re hoping to help out with choosing a broadband provider and also a seasonal mail merge to help send Christmas Cards.

iCoffee Afternoon 2

This Monday at 13.30 until 14.30 we are holding our second iCoffee Afternoon for any members of the community interested in getting help or learning more about technology. The focus will be an introduction to the internet and also email. Looking forward to seeing everyone on Monday afternoon.




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