Room 10 created their own Viking longboats to use as part of their science investigation into floating & sinking.
Room 10 made their own bruschetta using their own written instructions. Doesn’t it look tasty?
Primary 4, Room 10 created their own wonderful bonfire picture and wrote very descriptive stories about the fireworks on the 5th November.
On Friday 13th March, pupils were lucky enough to have the Lidl Health Bus visit the school. Pupils were taught about healthy choices and even made a healthy snack.
Here are Room 10 making smoothies on the bus. It was great fun!
Room 9 enjoyed a visit to Dynamic Earth in Edinburgh.
Here are some of the photos
On Thursday 12th June 2014 half of the primary 4s and 5s went to Ravenscraig to do lots of different sports. I did Athletics. We did lots of different activities: races, hurdles, javelin, shot put, long jump and my group did this activity when you had to jump on this mat and when I did it I fell but I was ok because the mat was very comfy and soft. I really liked races because I won lots of them. I also liked the long jump because I felt like a famous athlete training for the Olympics. If someone asked me to pick my favourite it would be very hard because they were all so much fun.
Every school in North Lanarkshire was there so it was very busy. Every school got a volunteer but our school got 2. Their names were Joanne but we called her Jojo and she was very nice. Our other volunteer was called Lucy. She was also very nice. They helped us and showed us what to do.
By Beth Shaw
Yesterday we went to the primary 4 and 5 games. There were lots of schools and I saw some of my friends from other schools. We were all put into groups. I was in a group with Robbie, Jake, Molly, 2 Louises and Kai. Our leader was my mum, Ruth. Our activities were basketball and rugby. We had basketball in the morning and rugby in the afternoon. At basketball I was just holding the ball in the air and bouncing it and when I got to the basket I slam-dunked it and I scored. It was fantastic because I never thought I would have done it!
By Cameron Palmer