The pupils of Primary 7 have been working in the Spanish department at St Margaret’s Academy as part of the Primary to Secondary Transition programme. They really enjoyed the experience and learned so much working alongside pupils from St Ninian’s Primary School. Their task was to research, write and present a weather forecast from various …Read more →
Archive for ‘Primary 6/7’
We have all settled well into the new school year. It has been an interesting and challenging term so far. We are looking forward to inviting our parents to our topic show case on the 3rd of October. Our topic this term is ‘ India ‘ – a comparative study .
In P. E. …Read more →
Well done to Stuart House for being the winning house this year! They’ve had a fantastic day out at The Five Sisters Zoo as a reward. Some of our favourites have been the lions, meerkats and bears! Let the house competition for next session’s trip commence……Read more →
Well done to all our winners!
Niamh McMeeking – P6 Cross Country Race
Jonathon Roy – Overall Winner of the Gala Art Competition
Jaiden Baker – Gala Art 1 st place age 5-6
Madison Hook – Gala Art 2nd place age 5-6
Cara Brand – Gala Art 2nd place age 7-8
Olivia Richardson – Gala …Read more →
On Monday of this week the ten pupils in Primary 7 hosted a Community tea for 60 guests. Parents, parishioners and other invited guests enjoyed an afternoon of entertainment at a Victory in Europe street party. The 8th May marked the 72nd anniversary of the end of the war in Europe. The pupils …Read more →
Primary 5, 5/6 ans 6/7 have recently completed a Science festival on Forces. Each class has learned about Friction, Air Resistance, Magnetism and Floating and Sinking. We decided to visit Almondell to explore Science in the environment. We were able to deepen our understanding of air resistance by holding different materials as we ran. We …Read more →
On Monday of this week P6/7 made a visit to the Linburn Centre for War Blinded Veterans where a WW2 museum has recently opened. We were the very first pupils ever to visit. We had a fascinating day learning so much about WW2. We would like to thank Ian and Sandy who helped us to …Read more →