This afternoon P4 & P5 worked together in Literacy when looking at the text we will be using in class for our modelling block. The book is called Awful Auntie and we looked together at the title, author and blurb … Continue reading →
This week has been very busy in P5! We have been taking part in athletics activities during PE time and used the pitches this week as the weather has been good. Mrs Wilkinson was in yesterday and we had Kodaly … Continue reading →
Today the Fairtrade group were really busy getting organised to celebrate Fairtrade fortnight. We have a few things planned which will be taking place very soon and more info will follow. TOday we collages some Fairtrade logos and created our own Fairtrade mascots – a banana and chocolate bar which remain nameless for now.
Primary 1 joined us to help out and as you can see from the photos below, we were all very busy working well together.
This morning the focus for P1’s Pupil Voice session was Fairtrade. We watched a very interesting video about Pablo the super banana which told us all about where our food comes from and how hard farmers work. We now know … Continue reading →
This week primary 6 have been learning and writing about water pollution and how to persuade people not to pollute the water. We also had our last week with Jenny our French teacher she showed us her home town, friends … Continue reading →
Primary six took part in a science experiment investigating the effect of water pollution in our River Clyde. It is very important to us as this is where we will be releasing our alevins/fish in the future! We used clean … Continue reading →
Orchard Primary were lucky enough to be able to tune in to Children’s Laureate Chris Riddell’s Authors Live event as part of the First Ministers Reading Chaellnge. #BBCAuthorsLive You can find out about Chris here: http://www.chrisriddell.co.uk/ Here is the link for … Continue reading →
Primary 6 and Primary 2 created some wonderful Christmas card art together. We had to work very hard to follow all our instructions to create our beautiful cards. The cards had thumbprints on them to remind our parents how small … Continue reading →
This morning P3 and P6 were lucky enough to be able to listen and appreciate the bagpipes and the snare drum. Two pupils from S5 and S6 in Clyde valley high came and played the bagpipes to our two classes. … Continue reading →