Today, Primary 7 were challenged to create a ‘travel system’ that would keep an egg safe when it is dropped from a high height. Miss McKay and Mr Dougal were very impressed with our designs and the egg-ceptional collaboration skills we displayed during the task!
P7a visited the war memorial today with P7b and P6. We took time to remember and honour those who have lost their lives fighting for their country by observing a two minute silence and planting poppies we had made.
On Monday 30th October, P7a took a trip into Edinburgh. In the morning we explored the National Museum of Scotland and in the afternoon we visited the Scottish Parliament. The Education Officer told us lots of information about the history of the parliament and was very impressed with our knowledge of the subject. She actually [...]
P7a’s Pupil Council Captain candidates performed amazingly during our election assembly. Their speeches were incredibly impressive. They contained a variety of persuasive techniques and were delivered in a confident manner. It was clear that the candidates had put in a lot of hard work in order to ensure they had the 5 Ps of public [...]
P7a were delighted to welcome neuroscientists from Edinburgh University to our school. The Get Connected! workshop helped us to learn about nerve connections in the brain. It took us from chemical communication between brain nerve cells to the pruning back of connections that takes place as you mature from a child into an adult. It [...]