What an amazing afternoon! A huge THANK YOU to our fabulous families for coming to our P7 Christmas Fayre and contributing to the success.
We have made a profit of over £1000!
The children worked so hard and we are so proud. Looking forward to planning our fun day out.
Thank you once again!
Primary 7 have been little elves and working hard at Santa’s Workshop . We are super excited to welcome all our lovely families to our Christmas Fayre during our open classrooms at 2pm tomorrow.
Children are welcome to bring in some pocket money if they would like to take part in some of the different activities or buy any of the products. Thank you in anticipation!
We were busy making adverts for our P7 Christmas Fayre today. We used emotive and persuasive language with a memorable slogan. There are lots of special offers to look out for. We hope to see you during the open classrooms on Friday afternoon.
We are ready, are you?
Primary 7 is zooming past so fast, we really do want time to SLOW down!
As our final Christmas at Kirkhill Primary School fast approaches, we thought it would be a lovely treat to decorate our school Christmas tree with our own personalised baubles or hanging decorations.
This week as well as working through your Kindness Advent and Enterprise homework, you are invited to make a decoration to hang on our school Christmas tree. 🙂
Attached is a letter about our open classroom on Friday.
Hope to see you all there!
P7 Enterprise Open Classroom
Remember Remember the 29th of November
We are hosting our Christmas Fayre during the open classroom on Friday afternoon. Please make sure you spend this week getting ready for the event as discussed in class.
P7 Kindness Advent Calendar
Over the next few weeks enjoy working through your Kindness Advent Calendar!
We enjoyed creating our books, we wrote a variety of fairy tales with a twist.
We loved sharing them this morning with P3, Miss McArthur and Miss Ali. We are looking forward to reading them with our P1 buddies later this afternoon.
Here are a few pictures of us using our air raid shelter and our devices for light.
It was cold, dark and very difficult to work in. We felt cramped and got a little insight on how it would have felt during WWII.