Primary 3 have enjoyed using their knowledge of magnetism to design and make a magnetic travel game. After discussion we decided to make a variety of board games including snakes and ladders, jigsaws and pairs games.
Newsletter October 2016 – please click on the link below
Did you know that Harrysmuir has a passion for fashion or that Harry Hog had a Stock Shop?
You do now!
Come along and check out our recycled school uniform stall at parents’ night on Wednesday 12th and Thursday 13th October.
For a donation you can buy secondhand uniform!
Money raised will used by our Eco club.
P7C and P7D/C
Please find below a simple guide to the Ipayimpact system, along with troubleshooting solutions.
This week at Harrysmuir, we have been focusing on learning about money through a wide variety of activities. As part of our homework, P2 have been asked to take a look at the grid provided and choose 4 things over the course of the week to do. Children will have the opportunity to present what they have learned to their class. Visual aids such as photographs, drawings, receipts and anything they have used to help them learn, are encouraged.
The link to the homework is posted below.
Homework is due in on Monday 10th October.
Miss Gorman and Mrs McCluskey
P6F are learning about the distance between the planets in our Solar System. As it would be far too many miles to measure we used scale to show the distance in our playground. We had to choose a coloured ball or marble to represent our planet and measure the correct number of steps from the sun.
We found out that the planets closer to the sun (the rocky planets) are closer together and the gas planets are further apart.
Did you know that Roald Dahl would have been 100 today? Some children in our class dressed up as Characters from his books to help celebrate. Can you spot: some Matilda’s? a George and his Marvellous medicine? a fantastic fox? Sophie from the BFG? Mr Willy Wonka? an Oompa loompa? Charlie Bucket? Miss Honey? Any others?
What is your favourite Roald Dahl book?
P6F presented a whole school Assembly about SHANARRI on Friday 9th September. Did you know that SHANARRI is an acronym? This means the initial letters of a set of words have been used to make a new word.
SHANARRI stands for
We sang a really catchy song to help us remember what SHANARRI stands for. The link is on our assembly here: