The P6 are doing the Victorian topic. They are making Victorian houses and hot air balloons. We are comparing poor people’s houses to rich ones.
P6 are also learning about the human body in science.
Primary 2 have been up to something interesting…
That’s tingling my taste buds!
Mrs Hart works as a call handler at the Golden Jubilee Hospital. It was really funny to hear what she was telling us about. She told us about a man that had stubbed his toe so hard that he said it had fallen off but she didn’t understand because he still had his shoe on! She played Chinese Whispers with us and she said Primary 5 were better at it than Primary 4 were because we heard it a bit better! She was really kind and she got a box of chocolates and a pen in a velvet case. Primary 4 and 5 thanked her and she gave us all a sweet. We all miss her very much.
Primary 4 and 5 had a visit from the Paisley Panda and a St Mirren football coach. It was really interesting to hear about the life skills you would need to be a football coach. The panda wouldn’t talk. Everyone kept asking about why the panda wouldn’t talk and it was really funny. It was really enjoyable! Primary 5 had a lot of fun listening to how the coach trained Callum in our class. His face turned bright red and it was extremely funny! Primary 5 thanked the coach for coming and the panda gave people high fives and hugs.
Professor Ehsan Mesbahi works at the University of the West of Scotland. He is the vice principal. His old subject was engineering and he used to sail on cargo ships and different kinds of ships. He helps solve problems and cures to diseases like cancer. He has lived in lots of different places like Liverpool, Newcastle, Japan, China, Portugal and many more! It was really exciting to hear about it. It was a really good experience!