Navigation
Home Page

World Around Us

A Day in the Red Hardy Garden!

Jonathan the gardener came to Hardy this week to help rejuvenate our garden. Primary 7 were armed with wellies, rolled up sleeves and lots of enthusiasm. A day out of class on a beautiful sunny day? What's not to like??? Here are some pictures to show all our hard work.

 Flying Home made Kites!

 

 

Our class made some kites out of very few materials as part of our investigations into flight. Here are some pictures of our efforts.

Picture 1
Picture 2
Picture 3
Picture 4
Picture 5
Picture 6
Picture 7
Picture 8
Picture 9

Hot Seat Action!

Here are our two famous ladies in the Hot Seat today. Molly Brown and Queen Victoria no less. Nice of them to stop by!

Picture 1
Picture 2
Picture 3

Class trip to Titanic.

This term we have been learning about the Titanic. We have investigated all about the people who would have travelled on it. Who they were, why they were there and ultimately what happened on that fateful night 15th April 1912, the night Titanic 'died'. What better way to end this topic than a visit to Titanic Quarter Belfast? Here are some photographs taken on the day. You can read more about what we got up to on our day in Belfast, in our 'School Trips' section of our P7 website. frown

 

 

P7 Trip To The Argorylaugh

Following up on our topic entitled 'Victorians' both primary7 classes took a trip out to the very stately, National Trust owned, Argory House .We all were dressed in Victorian style clothes for our tour. It was a lovely day for a walk, guided by The Gardiner Phoebe, around the grounds and everyone agreed that it would have been a fine place to live in, had they been part of the family who owned it. As for being one of the servants, that provoked a different reaction! We were guided around the inside of the house by Mr Lloyd the Butler and the House Keeper Mrs Hill. We saw some amazing things inside the house. After lunch, we had to give some serious thought as to what job we might apply for, as the Argory were recruiting for various positions within the estate.

Here are some of the photos taken on the day. Enjoy!smiley

Outside Argory House

Inside Argory House

Original artwork by former pupil Jonathan McHugh

Visitors 6 4 6 8 7

Previous site visitors 101141

Top