On Friday Primary 7 visited the main Edinburgh University campus to see what an average day of a student is like. We had great fun in our history and philosophy lectures and got to use some fantastic resources. A huge thanks to Dr Neil Spiers for organising our visit. It has given lots of us huge inspiration!
We had a lovely time this afternoon walking around the local area looking for places of interest or places we visit regularly such as Goodtrees and The Tron Kirk. The children had a list of places to spot and tick off on their checklist. Great behaviour everyone and a huge thank you to the parents who came along to help.
Primary one children had a great day out at East Links Family Park today and all the teachers were very proud of the way they represented the school.
Well done to all the children in P1
P6/7 made aid adverts for Cyclone Pam after studying the natural disaster in topic this week.
We’re an outdoorsy sort of bunch in Primary 6 and this week saw us brave the elements to visit the garden. The reason for this…..Well we are studying the weather after all. In ‘Big Writing’ the children wrote some brilliant instructions on how to build their very own rain gauge and then went one better by using these instructions to build their very own weather measuring device.
A few of the class may have got a little bit messy as you can see.