Please click below to find out what we have planned in our countdown to Christmas.
Don't Stop Us Now- we're having such a good time! This term, Primary 7, 7/6 and 6 have been working extremely hard to prepare for their upcoming show, Schools Will Rock You, and it's guaranteed to blow your mind!! Our amazing pupils have been busy learning songs, memorising scripts, creating posters and tickets, selecting scenery, ... Continue reading "The Upper Area Will Rock You!"
As part of their Rainforest IDL, Primary 3 have been learning all about what plants need to grow and survive. As P1, P2/1 and P2 are going to be learning about 'In the Garden' this term, we were challenged to share our knowledge with them by creating a tutorial video about how to plant a ... Continue reading "Perfect Planting Promotion Challenge"
On Friday, Primary 3 shared their learning about what it means to be 'extraordinary' with their parents/carers, family and friends, as well as the rest of our school, at their class assembly. They told everyone all about their IDL context, Extraordinary Humans, and taught their audience about some of the challenges that the people they ... Continue reading "Primary 3 are extraordinary!"
A big thank you to all those who took part in our PSA fundraiser by wearing tartan or dressing down to celebrate Burns Day on 25th January. We raised a fantastic £130.12 for the school.
As part of our IDL context, Extraordinary Humans, Primary 3 have been learning all about different people who have not let a physical disability affect their confidence, strength, or their ability to believe in themselves and become extraordinary. We have been learning all about the Paralympic swimmer, Ellie Simmonds. We used fact sheets and online ... Continue reading "Extraordinary Humans in Primary 3"
As part of their IDL context, Extraordinary Humans, Primary 3, 4 and 5 have been learning about gender stereotypes. Over the last few weeks, we have visited by two people who have broken down these stereotypes and now have jobs and take part in hobbies that they love, regardless of their gender. Miss Walkingshaw came ... Continue reading "Breaking Gender Stereotypes in P3, 4 and 5!"