Primary 4 3.3.20

Hello everyone!

This week is very exciting in Primary 4 as some of us have gone to Lendrick Muir to stay overnight on our residential. We are writing because we are still in school. We would like to hear how the boys and girls are getting on at Lendrick Muir. We also want to tell them what we’re doing and ask them some questions.

We started the day by making props for our Primary 4 assembly. We all got a chance to create and decorate one prop. You will see these props on Tuesday 17th March during our assembly. We hope you can come 🙂 We then had a check in to find out more about each other since we are a mixture of pupils from both classes.

We spent the rest of our day working on designing and creating characters for our stop motion animations. We watched a famous stop motion animation (Wallace and Gromit – The Wrong Trousers) to see how stop motion animation is made. We created a super hero, a super villain and 2 other characters as well as backdrops and storyboards to plan our stop motion animations. We will make these tomorrow by taking photos on the iPads of our characters and backdrops. We can’t wait to see how they turn out! Miss Clark is very impressed with how hard the boys and girls have been working. Excellent team work! 🙂

Now we have some questions for the boys and girls at Lendrick Muir…

What’s the best thing about Lendrick Muir? – Lauren

What are the rooms like that you’ll be sleeping in? – Harry

What is Lendrick Muir like? Can you see the sea? – Frazer

How are you all? – Alana

What activities have you done today? – Ayden

What’s the best activity been so far? – Mya

Are you having lots of fun? – Sophie

What have you been eating for lunch and dinner? Is it tasty? – Amy

Thank you for answering our questions P4, Mrs Muir, Miss Millar and Mrs Drummond. We are looking forward to seeing you all on Thursday.

Miss Clark & Primary 4

Primary 3 20.12.19

Merry Christmas Everyone!

The children performed wonderfully in the Nativity this week. We felt so proud of them and all of their hard work. We hope you enjoyed watching it as much as we enjoyed doing it. We would like to take this opportunity to thank you all for your continued support in this year so far. It was wonderful seeing so many of you at the Nativity too.

We will be updating the blog to show you the children’s stop start animations of the Christmas story from earlier this week. It was our first attempt using this software and we are proud of the results. We will hopefully be able to put our new skills to practice in the new year!

We also had some fun creating a music video to say Merry Christmas to everyone, so keep your eyes peeled for this too.

We would also like to wish Jody lots of luck at his new school. We will all miss you, but we are certain you will shine. They are very lucky to be gaining you.

We will finish this term again by wishing you all a very merry Christmas and a Happy New Year. All the very best for 2020 and we look forward to seeing everybody in a couple of weeks on Tuesday 7th January fresh and ready for a full term of learning and fun. Stay Safe and have fun!

Mr Woodward and Miss Smith