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What a fantastic week we have had in P6 and P5/6. We were visited by a dragon! Read on for more details…
Article 29 – Your education should help you use and develop your talents and abilities.
During Eco week we made our very own paper – it was messy work but great fun!
As part of Eco week P6 investigated how much water our families use a week – the results were quite scary! As a class we thought of ways we could help conserve water – we all need to do our bit for our future!
You have the right to the best health care possible, safe water to drink, nutritious food, a clean and safe environment, and information to help you stay well.
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You could hear a pin drop in P6 this morning as each company was finalising budgets and preparing pitches to enter the Dragon’s Den with the best possible chance of gaining an investment. But just who will be the Dragons? Watch this space to find out!
P6 have been set a design brief to create and produce a Fairtrade product. By taking in part in this enterprising activity we hope to show that Fairtrade isn’t just about a fortnight a year… it is important ALL year round!
Education must develop every child’s personality, talents and abilities to the full. It must encourage the child’s respect for human rights, as well as respect for their parents, their own and other cultures, and the environment.
There was an explorer who came in with a dog called Haggis and they are walking up to the top of Scotland into the mountains to train to go to Antarctica to raise money for animal rescue charities. Jaime
We also had the Scottish SPCA come in to teach us about how farms treat their animals and about animal cruelty. At the end we played a game which was great fun! Euan
We had a two minute silence on Wednesday to remember everyone who fought for our country. Katie
We learnt about growth and fixed mindsets. A growth mindset is when you try to improve and don’t give up. A fixed mindset is when you give up easily or think you are the best that you can be. We watched a funny video on Ormie the Pig who had a growth mindset. Watch this on You Tube at home! Nikita
Nikita loved the Open Morning as she had fun both doing the gym activity and performing in the choir.
Harry felt it was almost like a mini sports day!
Jaime particularly liked racing her grandad in the shuttle runs – Jaime won!
Amy loved singing in the choir and especially that she helped Mrs Stewart to shed a wee tear!
Beth Mc found it fun when her mum joined in with her on the step-ups- she might have sore legs tomorrow though!
Daryl liked listening to the choir but wondered when the whole school would get to hear them.
We were pleased with all the comments from the kind parents who took time out to visit us and watch us learn.
Today was European Languages Day. We celebrated it in style by using our mapping skills to identify countries, flags and capital cities.
We also had fun singing ‘Let it go’ but in 26 languages. Can you name them all?