Goodbye…

Hello…

This is probably the last post I will ever get to put on here, as I no longer go to Mayfield Primary School, which means I am no longer involved in the Mayfield Media Moguls. I just want to say goodbye, me and my friend Alana miss primary school very much but we are enjoying ourselves so much. We definitely miss our primary 7 teacher and so do the rest of my class from last year, we think about her all the time!!!

High school is great and to all of you that are afraid or nervous, I can assure you that you won’t be the only one! I was so nervous, but on the first day I already had so many new friends and I was welcomed with open arms by my homeroom teacher. Well, not actually but she was very nice! There is nothing to be afraid of! I remember the biggest thing I was worried about was getting lost and being late, but the school is so simple to find your way and there are signs EVERYWHERE! 

It is a big change to go from primary to secondary but everything will be okay in the end. I miss all of you at Mayfield, and to all of the new primary ones that I never got to meet, the primary sevens better be nice and welcoming!!!

Goodbye…

Have a nice day!!!

Eilidh. Xxx

The Holidays!!!

Although it’s the middle of the February break, I took time to write a new post as I feel like nobody has posted in a while, I kind of miss it!

Today I feel like writing about something my class has been working on. If you don’t know, I’m in primary 7.

We have been working on something called the 1 pound challenge. You may have heard of it before. The story behind it is that there was once a man that was rich, but he gambled all his money and lost everything. He then became homeless and poor. The man found £1 lying on the ground, and bought something to sell. He made a bunch of money from selling the thing he bought with that small pound coin and bought something else with the money he gained. He took the profit from selling that and bought another thing, and the man kept going. He is now a millionare. So my class decided to do our own version. We were each given a pound to buy something, and it is going extremely well!

There has been a lot of ideas already. We have been selling brownies, marshmallow top hats, drawings, even stress balls!

Maybe you should try it someday, it is an amazing and very smart way to make money! 

Hope you’re having a wonderful break from school!

See you soon…

Have a nice day!!!

Eilidh Xxx