Special Last Christmas at Kirkhill Primary

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.¬† ūüôā

Maths Games

Playing with the games we made for our Maths Week Scotland homework task and having fun along the way!

Road Safety Competition 2019

Closing date Friday 25th October, good luck!

Road Safety Competition 2019

Homework 7th October

Thank you for all the homework returned last week and for the yummy baking, I enjoyed tasting all the lovely cakes and biscuits. I promise, I did share them with my family! It was great to see you all using maths in everyday life! Hope you enjoyed the Maths Week Scotland family homework task.

Please find this week’s homework below:

7th October 2019

Homework 16th September

This week we are beginning our week 1 Chilli Challenge spelling words, have fun!

Homework September 16th

Spelling List URE

Homework 9th September


9th September.doc

Pythagoras – Algebra

Topical Science September

Homework 2nd September

Thank you for the fantastic Growth Mindset posters last week, you can see them all displayed in school this week at the Meet the Teacher evening.  I am looking forward to meeting you all on Thursday 5th September  at 6pm.

2nd September

P7 Active Spelling Strategies Helpsheet

Mispelled words

Mixed Calculations

Homework 26th August

Welcome to P7a, I am looking forward to getting to know all the families of P7a and a fantastic year ahead.

Please find below our first homework task for this year.

26th August 2019


Homework Challenge

P6a have discussed the homework they will be completing when they return from the break. This is to be competed between the 15th and 26th of April.

You will receive the resources you require for your competition entries on Monday 15/4/19. You can find more information about the Braw Lunch Brake Challenge below:

Braw Lunch Brake Challenge


Brexit Debate

In class, to complete our Election Fever topic, we had a Brexit debate as it was very topical. We set up our tables and chairs like they do in parliament. There were three sides, remain , leave and undecided. We had lots of fun discussing if we should leave or we should stay. Niamh started the debate by reading her speech and said this all started with the country voting whether we should stay or leave. She told us the results in England, Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland and some of the pros and cons.  Then Cameron protested against staying in the E.U. and give us reasons why to leave. He talked about  regaining control of our borders and the poverty levels in our country being a priority. After that we came to issues such as the Irish border, trade, migration and more. Here are some pictures from our debate: