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

Soundtrap

Mr Dinning came in one day and we did Soundtrap, which is Music Technology. Alex and I did a hip hop rock. We showed it to the class and they loved it. Press play above. Use the comment below. Do you like it?

By Liam

Kindess in P2-4

P2-4 sat in a circle and said things to build each other up. For example you are very kind and that would build someone up. They also drew pictures of themselves.

Written by Izzy and Reuben

The Ocean

This week P2-4 painted an ocean. It was really fun. We also found out facts about octopus with Miss Irvine and Miss Primrose.

Written by Brandon, Lillia and Maisie.

Microbit Magic 8

On the 13th of September the P5-7 class made Magic 8 Balls with the help of Microbit computers. We used it to code and say different things so we couldn’t of done it without the Microbits.

Here is a link to the Microbit website.

Here is a screen shot of some of our code that we used:

by Ben and Liam, Digital Leaders.




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