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Monday 19th March, 2018
“Today we enjoyed a workshop called Good Vibrations which was conducted by Richard and Marianne from Generation Science.” Freddie
“We learnt about how sound passes through air.” Josephine
“We learnt about high pitches and low pitches.” Archie
“We also learnt about how we can hear things.” Aalia
“Afterwards, we created instruments out of objects we found in the classroom.” Kel
March 6th, 2018
Primary 5b have started their new STEM topic called “The James Dyson Foundation: The Design Process Box”. STEM stands for Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths. So far we have learned what design engineers do and what characteristics they should have. Here are some of our thoughts.
“To be a design engineer you have to be hard-working, competitive and persevering.” Princess.
“I would like to be a design engineer because you get to express and create your ideas.” Daniel.
“A design engineer is someone who invents and creates products.” Dominik.
” I think design engineers are important because they design most of our everyday items.” Nikola.
“I think design engineers are important because they solve people’s problems.” Marika.
“I think design engineers are important because when you want a new product they have probably already invented it.” Souhayla.
February 5th, 2018
Primary 5b have created some wonderful artwork for the Tanzanian Literacy Project. These activities create closer links and understanding between our pupls in Scotland and their friends in Tanzania.
January 26th, 2018
Primary 5b had fun planning their activities for Burns Day. We had vegetarian haggis, oatcakes, shortbread and Irn Bru. The children drew some wonderful pictures inspired by Steven Brown’s artwork.
January 24th, 2018
Please find attached this term’s Context of Learning Booklet. Feel free to come and ask any questions. Thank you.
January 17th, 2018
Happy New Year!
The children have been having fun playing in the snow today.
Nikki from the SSPCA came in to speak to us about the work they do with farm animals. The children had to guess what some common farm animal implements were for.
We are really enjoying our topic called ‘Kidnapped’. We’ve been busy looking for clues to solve the mystery of the kidnapped children. Ms Artini loves the way it’s linked to so many Maths topics.
Here are some of our favourite parts –
“My favourite part was when we went on the database to find out about the suspects.” Aalia
“My favourite part of the Kidnapped topic was finding out the scale of the muddy footprint because I love measuring things.” Kel
“My favourite thing in the topic was when we got the message about the tyre track from the Police Chief.” Dominik
“My favourite thing in the topic was the muddy footprint. It was really fun to investigate.” Marika
Last week was Money Week in our school. We worked in our Thinking Groups to organise a family budget.
Monday was our Pebble Jar Treat. We decided to go for a Nature Scavenger Hunt. It was such a lovely day for a walk and we found almost everything on our list…except a woodpecker!