Our Achievements!

Have a look to see what our achievements have been in primary six. These may be achievements in school, or at home, and can be added to the page by Mrs Wallace, the children, or by parents. Well done P6b – you are all stars!!!


The Iron Man V The Iron Giant

We have been reading the novel the Iron Man and recently started watching the film The Iron Giant.  There have been lots of similarities but also lots of differences between the two.  What similarities/differences have you spotted?

The Iron man


We have been given a challenge of building an iron man out of recycled junk.  Our iron men must:

  1. Be able to stand up unaided.
  2. Be between 80-100cm tall.
  3. Have eyes that light up.

We have drawn our plans and started building but will we be able to meet all the criteria?


Discrimination By Ava and Rebekah

We have been learning about discrimination. A horrible, nasty thing that happens all around the world. Its when people  react differently towards someone who looks different, acts different or has  a different religion or  ability or skin colour , just because they’re different doesn’t mean people have to treat them differently!

Discrimination Rap by Calum

Discrimination religion colour or creed

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racism there is really no need.

Listening, tolerance rather then rejection these are the values that should have protection.

Like Martin Luther King we all have a dream that we could listen and work as a team.

Discrimination its spreading like a germ across the nation.

Love and peace should be our solution.

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racism there is really no need.

By Calum

Rocks by Munro

As a class we have been studying rocks. So far we have done the rock cycle there are three different rocks named  Sedimentary and igneous and metamorphic . So some of us has brought some of these types of rocks to class to have a look at here is a definition of the rocks  sedimentary, metamorphic, and igneous and the differences among them have to do with how they are formed. Sedimentary. Sedimentary rocks are formed from particles of sand, shells, pebbles, and other fragments of material.

Area by Neve

In class we have been learning

about area.area-of-rectangle

We have learned how to find the area of rectangles and  right angle triangles.


To find the area of a rectangle or a square you need to times the length   by the width.

For example, if I had a rectangle which length was 6cm  and its width was 3cm I would do the sum.                        6cm                                                                                                                                             x 3cm                                                                                                                                            =18cm2

But when you have got your answer you need to remember a little sign which is a little 2 and that represents squared  which means the number has been timed by its self.



Holes is great





Holes is a great book. If you have not read  holes you should definitely read it.

It is a very popular and powerful book.

There is an animal which after this book was made became a celebrity this is the yellow spotted lizard.

By Lewis

Rocks and Crystals by Amelia and Katie

In class we have been learning in science about rocks minerals and crystals we have enjoyed it so far and would like to show what we’ve learned  on our blog.

We have also had a go of making them which has been very fun!

Crystals are a type of mineral!

We have also been studying about the rock cycle were there are three different types of rocks Metamorphic Igneous and Sedimentary.

Metamorphic rocks  

As you  may have noticed this type of rock has different layers the layers have been formed over a large period of years have been pressed down. Some examples of metamorphic rocks are slate and marble.

Igneous rock is formed through the cooling and solidification of magma or lava.

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Sedimentary rock is when lots of layers of rock pile up

By Amelia and Katie