From P6N 🙂
From P6N 🙂
What a busy term it has been in P6N! We’ve had a great time learning all sorts of things! We had a trip to the museum to learn all about Victorian Shetland, ‘Victorian Day’ in class, a trip to the Natural Selection Exhibition up at the old Anderson High School, and a visit from Ian Clarke, education outreach worker from the Scottish Parliament.
P6N and P6S were invited to the Holocaust memorial service at the Town Hall on Friday. They read poems that they had written in class with the theme of ‘Torn from Home’ and participated in some singing. Finally, a pupil from each class was asked to lay a wreath on the cenotaph. They did extremely well and we are very proud of them all!
We had a very musical circle time this morning in P6N!
Today we have been having a go at using an ink quill to write in Hebrew. This was part of our RME topic on Judaism. We all agreed it was really challenging- but great fun!
P6 were extremely fortunate to have a workshop with the poet and comedian John Hegley on Friday. We had great fun in P6N!
It’s been a busy few weeks in P6N! We’ve made wax resist pictures for Halloween/bonfire night, made a start on our Christmas salt dough decorations, one of the pupils brought in his ‘War Hammer’ figures to show us and we dressed in our pyjamas for Children in Need!
Our P6N attempt today at working as a team to create a ‘P6N 2018 to 19’ banner!
Today we spent the morning making pancakes and after break we went to the flower park with Sanna to do some golf putting and play short tennis. In the afternoon the pupils went to the Clickimin broch to do some sketching with Miss Birnie.
Today we painted the inside of shoe boxes and decorated them with a swing and a character. It was very fun! The library was very interesting and the 3D printer was very cool. The recording studio and the storage for all the extra books was very nice to look at. In the afternoon we played WII games and the laptops.