P3/4 Moving Up Morning

On Wednesday the 19th of June we visited our new classes. In P3/4 we had lots of fun getting to know each other. As well as playing lots of games, we created our own school ties. Mrs Campbell thinks they look fantastic! 

 

P5 Golf

P5 had a fantastic time this morning taking part in several short challenges to develop their skills before playing a mini round of golf against their friends.

Well Done p5!

Heartstart P6/7

A couple of weeks ago all of P6 and P7 had an input from some people from the Heartstart foundation. Everyone thoroughly enjoyed it! We were taught what to do in some life saving situations. We got to do CPR on some dummies. We also watched some videos of how to do and use these different skills safely and sensibly. A lot of us enjoyed it when we got do try and do the recovery position on our classmates. The most important message of the day was to never use these skills on someone when they do not need it. Miss Mawer and Mrs Campbell were there and they loved watching us! We were told what to do if someone was choking, bleeding, having a heart attack or fainting. It was a very fun and exciting day for everyone and hopefully they all remember these skills and they can possibly use them when they are older. We all loved having these visitors and hopefully they can come back again!

By Joseph Currie P7

World Book Day With A Furry Friend

This year on world book day everyone came in their comfy clothes and  some brought pillows, sleeping bags and/or a duvet. Miss Mawer’s dog Toby joined us and read with everyone.  He helped P6/7  read with P1/2/4. He also read with some children in the library. We took part in a Readathon  where we all went into a hall and brought our pillows and books to read.

ICT Maths Club

 

 

 

 

 

 

During term 2 and term 3 Miss Mawer ran an ICT maths club for all ages to improve their maths and numeracy skills on the computer. They played games like table mountain and sumdog. They all had lots of fun! This club was also set up to improve everybody’s confidence on computers.

 

 

P5/6 IDL Work- natral disasters, weather and climate

Term three has been incredibly busy in P5/6. The children have really embraced their IDL topic this term. Everybody learned lots about natural disasters through research and creating fantastic posters. We then moved on to investigate weather and climate with the children researching the climate in a range of countries including India, Australia, Egypt and the USA. After the February break we will be learning about water which will involve science investigations which I am sure everyone will enjoy.

Well done p5/6!

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Shared Reading – The Daily 5

Today P4 shared their ‘Good Fit’ books with P1/2. P4 follow The Daily 5 literacy framework and they use i-pick to help them choose appropriate books for their ability and interests (see the poster below). P1/2 really enjoyed hearing stories being read .The P4s tested their comprehension too by asking questions.

Well done everyone!

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Skills for Life

P1/2 and P2/3 have been carrying out some Health and Wellbeing work.  P1/2 learned all about communication and P2/3 learned about Restorative Practice.  Last week, each class shared their learning with the other.

P1/2 taught P2/3 about the importance of good talking and listening and carried out some fun activities like putting jigsaws together with no talking aloud, using the communication ball and share some information about each other.

P2/3 created and performed some drama scenes to show us fall outs in the playground and how some problems can be resolved by talking things through.

Great work!




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