Next week is ‘Bike to School Week’ (23rd-27th September). We are trying to encourage as many pupils as possible to cycle to school.
We now have two new bike/scooter shelters, one in the infant playground and one in the senior playground. Please note that pupils should dismount their bikes/scooters before entering the playground.
Primary 4 enjoyed learning new football skills during our P.E session outside with our visiting specialist.
Primary 4 had a great time visiting the Scottish Parliament last Friday. We enjoyed visiting the debating chamber and one group even got the opportunity to meet the deputy presiding officer.
Primary 4 enjoyed learning more about the Scottish Parliament last week when our special visitor Mrs Miller came to visit Abronhill. We participated in electing our own party leaders, shared our manifestos, participated in our own election and an interactive quiz. We really enjoyed this visit and enjoyed being MSP’s for the afternoon and look forward to visiting the Scottish Parliament too!
Last week, primary two went on a hunt around the school to look for the different types of homes. Before we set off, we predicted the most and least popular.
We used tally marks to record each type of home and then displayed our results in a bar graph. We discovered that our predictions were correct and that a flat was the most popular!
Primary 4 have been learning about angles this week. We worked with our partner to find right, acute and obtuse angles within our classroom.
P4 enjoyed our visit from Mrs Boland this afternoon! We learned a Christmas symbol called the christingle and what each part represents. We then got to make our own! Thank you Mrs Boland!
P4 enjoyed sharing our learning at assembly this week. We enjoyed showing off all of our model volcanoes that we made as part of our homework.
Another fabulous volcano added to our natural disasters display today from Robbie. Well done Robbie!