Here is a leaflet all about the eclipse from the Royal Astronomical Society. It even shows you how to safely view the eclipse using a colander!
Thank you to Mr Keenan, a P2 dad, for sending us lots of information about the eclipse.
On Wednesday the 4th of March, Primary 3a visited the National Museum of Scotland to learn more about life in Ancient Egypt. We took part in a workshop about “Death in Ancient Egypt” where we learned more about mummification and how we now know so much about this. We even got to handle real-life Egyptian […]
P3a are learning about money at the moment – the value of different coins, adding amounts and using different strategies to calculate change. Here are some useful websites with some fun games to practise what we are learning. We have used a few of these in class and our favourite is definitely “Cashing In.” http://www.topmarks.co.uk/interactive.aspx?cat=15
On a snowy Tuesday morning primary 2 visited Edinburgh Castle. When we arrived at the castle we met our guide Hannah. After a visit to see the dungeons we went to the Education Centre where the children made crowns. They then had a chance to dress up before visiting the Great Hall. After lunch we […]
This Friday brings a partial solar eclipse to the UK. The eclipse will be at its fullest at 9.30am when we are all in school. It will become much darker and the temperature outside will drop. The birds may start to sing thinking it’s time to go to sleep! It is unsafe to look directly […]
Scooby Doo even made an appearance at the sale today! Think all the kids had a ball.
… and school uniforms too!
There were lots of books to choose from …
Some great bargains today, and a big Thank You to all the helpers who made it happen.
It’s TODAY! Come along to the uniform and jumble sale between 2pm and 4pm. And if you are feeling brave try these lemon and vanilla cakes with black icing!