A gentle reminder that if children have a Christmas jumper they can wear it to school on Tuesday 10th and Wednesday 11th for the Christmas Lunch and Panto. They should wear it along with their usual uniform. If children do not want to wear a Christmas jumper, please wear their usual school uniform.
As part of our topic work on Flat Stanley, P3 have been designing and creating kites for Stanley's brother, Arthur. Arthur needed to find a new kite after using his brother, Stanley, as one and getting him tangled in a tree! First, we drew plans of our designs with labels to show which materials we ... Continue reading "P3 Technology"
We are learning to ... read and set o'clock times. I know ... the small hand tells us the hour I know ... the big hand should point to 12 for o'clock This week P1 have continued to learn how to tell the time on an analogue clock. We know that the big hand tells ... Continue reading "P1 - What's the Time Mr Wolf?"
Primary 2 partnered up with Primary 3 this week in PE to learn Scottish dancing. We are busy practising our dance moves and are looking forward to showing them off at the Primary 1- 3 Christmas party!
P5 started the topic by writing a prediction about what they thought this book was going to be about. Then the children picked their own character and they wrote a detailed character description about it. Then they used a variety of art resources to create their characters as puppets. They further developed their drama skills ... Continue reading "P5 Book Focus: Really Weird Removals.com"
As you are aware Thursday 12th December is an Election Day. Our school dinner hall is a voting station but our school and nursery will be open as normal. Children attending Breakfast Club should enter through the main office and go into the gym hall. School lunches that day will be green tray only (packed lunch) or children can bring their own ... Continue reading "Election Day Arrangements"
This week, twelve lucky Primary 6 children attended ski sessions at the Midlothian Snowsports Centre. Mrs Ross was very impressed with how hard they worked - many thanks to her for supporting and encouraging the children! Thank you also to Alan, who instructed the children over the three-day sessions. Below is a little video of ... Continue reading "Primary 6 Skiing"
As part of book Week Scotland we had an author visit from Will Wood, the author of The Fairy with the Broken Wings. He worked with P4, 5, 6 and 7, exploring his novel and sharing how he became an author. Thank you so much to Ms Cook for organising this visit and to Mr ... Continue reading "Author Visit from Will Wood"
On Friday we had an assembly to celebrate Book Week Scotland. Book Week Scotland from PUSCPS We presented the Sum Dog Reading Competition winners with a certificate. The Literacy Leaders also presented the winning authors with their certificate and book tokens. We also dressed up as characters from our favourite books. Congratulations to our Living ... Continue reading "Book Week Scotland Assembly"