Today we came to school in all sorts of funny outfits to raise money for Children in Need! Our fantastic crossing patrol wardens worked extra hard, braving the wind and rain to keep us safe crossing the road. Here they are in P3b after a particularly heavy downpour!
Primary 6 and 7 enjoyed a day of German games at Drummond this week. We had to race to different German cities and use our German understanding to solve a series of challenges. We all agreed that making new friends was the highlight of our day!
On Monday P3b visited the National Museum of Scotland!
We saw lots of fantastic animals and we knew loads about them. In class we have been learning about animal adaptations to different climate zones. This seal has blubber to keep it warm in the icy artic waters!
We found poison dart frogs, who love the moist rainforest climate, and a camel adapted to the desert as well.
We couldn’t believe the size of this crab!
Although the trip there was a bit soggy, we had a lot of fun and are looking forward to our next day out!
As part of our topic on Scottish Islands, P2 made these lovely seals.
We hope they make you smile.
Primary 2 and 7 worked so hard on their display for National Poetry Day! We read the poem, ‘Quick! Quick! Hang out your washing’, by Nick Sharrett.
With our buddies we created an item of clothing to hang on a washing line. The Primary 7s were then able to show their buddies how to use the laptops; as we typed a line from a verse.
Great work P2 and 7, fingers crossed for sunshine!