The class began practising skills they will require for Sports Day. Balancing a tennis ball on the racket and throwing and catching a rugby ball. While throwing and catching the rugby ball we shouted out the answers to multiplication problems, from a variety of tables, next time we shall practise division.
Showing the answers to our division problems using fans.
We were learning about Scottish and Aztec culture and society this week. It was great to hear what they associated with being Scottish and we compared our hierarchy with that of the Aztecs.
P6M have thoroughly enjoyed learning the rules of cricket with the Sports Leaders.
This week they have been focussing on throwing and catching as well as the rules of playing as a team.
The pupils in P7 studied the work of Graffiti artist Banksy. They learned that Banksy uses his work to send out powerful messages which convey his views on important issues.
After learning about Banksy and looking at his work to identify the messages he was trying to convey, the pupils then took part in a debate about whether Banksy’s work is art or vandalism. They used their talking and listening skills and used evidence to justify their opinions. The outcome was that most of the class believed Banksy’s work to be art.
The class then used their art skills to create their own work in the style of Banksy. Take a look below and tell us what you think.
Our finished Life Cycle Display. Didn’t they do a great job!
Our Science lesson today was on the spreading of infection. The class played a game to show how quickly an infection can be spread.
The Primary 4 children, preparing for their First Holy Communion, came together to practise their Mass responses.