Wes came into school and challenged P6T to an Easter card competition.
On Thursday 1st March 2018 we will be celebrating World Book Day in School by encouraging all children to come to school dressed up as their favourite book character!
We will also spend this week completing different book related activities in class and holding whole school DEAR times! We’ve also asked the pupils to find and be photographed in the strangest place to read a book!
Thank you for all your support!
Dunblane Primary Action Team
P6T had a wonderful afternoon sharing their learning about The Scottish Parliament and performing fantastic speeches to their family and friends. I’m sure after their amazing speeches we will see some of them in parliament in the future! Well done P6T you were amazing, your family, friends and teachers were very impressed with all the work you have been doing! A special well done to Westry Environment Force who won the election!
P6 went curling at he Peak on Friday 10th of November. They learned how to brush the ice well and how to launch a curling stone. They learned why they weren’t slipping that often (the ice had bumps in it) another thing that they learned was that professional curlers have one grippy shoe and one slidy one.
Today all of the Primary 6 children participated in a Debating Workshop run by Mr David Smith, the Education Officer from the Stirling Smith Art Gallery & Museum. The children were given lots of interesting tips on how to participate in a successful debate and then were able to put their newly acquired skills to the test in a short series of debates on a variety of topics.
Several groups of children then debated a variety of current topics, and answered some very challenging questions from their peers!
The children thoroughly enjoyed their experience and are looking forward to developing their debating skills further this term.
P6 are learning about the Parliament and Mrs Miller came in to talk about what happens. They had a class debate about whether or not we should teach first aid in school. They absolutely loved the debate. They also learnt a lot about Government and the parliament. They also made their own parties and had a vote. They used Clickapads to answer some questions as well. By Erin P and Sophie