FOREST SCHOOL MATHS
P7 boys and girls practice their maths skills by making pictures of equivalent fractions using natural materials.
After reading and discussing the poem ‘The Woodpecker’ by Ted Hughes, P7H worked together in groups to make up questions about the poem. The questions will then be swapped with those of another group before working out the answers.
WAU & ICT
Pupils use the iPads and the app ‘Book Creator’ to design and make their own ebooks about our new WAU topic- ‘ENERGY’.
SHAPE AND SPACE
Rotating shapes in the four quadrants.
TRANSLATING SHAPES IN THE FOUR QUADRANTS
WAU & ICT
P7H pupils have been using Excel spreadsheets to adjust the wages of servants in a Manor House in Victorian Times.
USING CO-ORDINATES IN THE FOUR QUADRANTS
P7H OCTOBER AWARDS
The awards were presented at a ‘Zoom Assembly’ hosted by Mrs Anderson.
WAU- VICTORIAN TIMES
We all really enjoyed working in groups to research information about our first WAU topic Victorian Times. All of our work is displayed in the classroom.
🍁 FOREST SCHOOL 🍂
P7H look at colours and patterns in nature as they enjoy a beautiful Autumn day outside working on bark and leaf rubbings.
We really enjoyed writing our Autumn Haiku poems in our ‘outdoor classroom’!
OUR AUTUMN HAIKU POEMS.
Class members question our very own ‘Queen Victoria’ about her life.
OUR CLASS DEBATE.....
‘The internet has made the world a better place.’
P7s enjoying a leave scavenger hunt in the forest.
P7H used iPads to sort and classify the leaves they collected.
WE VALUE OUR SELFIES!
P7H worked with Mrs Kincaid to discuss the importance of our self-esteem. This is the art work we produced as a result of our discussion.
P7H use number generators to work with tenths and hundredths.
🥔 Digging up the potatoes in the school garden. 🥔
⭐️ Examples of high standards of work! ⭐️
Classic Fiction, Oliver Twist.
Should Oliver ask the Master for more food?
CELEBRATION ASSEMBLY- SEPTEMBER 2020
INVENTIONS- THEN AND NOW
P7H pupils work in groups to make freeze frame scenes of how certain inventions have changed our lives. Can you guess what the invention is?
P7H SET THEIR GOALS FOR TERM ONE.
P7H pupils really enjoyed our topic on electricity. They successfully made circuits and tested materials to see if they were conductors or insulators.
P7H pupils enjoyed a fantastic day out at Lurgaboy Outdoor Pursuits Centre on Monday 7th June. There was enthusiastic participation by the children in all the activities offered- paddle boarding, kayaking, orienteering, archery and the high ropes course which included a ‘leap of faith’. Everyone was challenged to be brave and overcome their fears which they did, brilliantly. I am extremely proud of them all!!
ENJOYING SPORTS DAY