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P3A

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We have had a very busy week in P3A!

Ahead of beginning The Daily Mile next week we wanted to find out exactly how far is a mile? We discovered that a mile would be roughly 20 laps of the playground!! We think this will be quite a challenge but we are going to give it a good go.

We are going to use our knowledge of data handling to record how many laps we do and see if we can improve each day. We’re aiming to get a ‘bigger’ bar each day!

 

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Gangsta Granny by David Walliams is our class novel at the moment and we are finding it very funny.

We are developing our skills to infer meaning from text alongside developing our ability to predict.

Ask us about it at home to see if we can summarise what has happened so far!

 

Other News

Primary 3

15

Jun

2018


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P3c Castles

This week P3c have been making castles from clay. Here are some of them for you to see.

Primary 3

08

Jun

2018


P3’s Class Trip!

On Wednesday P3 had their class trip to Craigmillar Castle. We visited lots of places, including the courtyard, the games room, the bakery, the prison, the great hall and the cellars! We also climbed up the steep spiral staircase and stood on the top floor. We could spot Edinburgh Castle, Hollyrood Palace and Arthur’s Seat! [...]

Primary 3

07

Jun

2018


P3C’s Trip to Craigmillar Castle

Primary 3C had a great day at Craigmillar Castle – we found it interesting to explore the different rooms and to see what a real castle looked like.  After touring the castle, we played games such as hoopla and skittles and made a crown or did some colouring.  It was a beautiful day and we [...]

Primary 3

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Jun

2018


This week in P3b!

On Monday afternoon, it was sports day! There were lots of different activities like an obstacle course and rugby running. It was fantastic fun but very hot! On Wednesday, we were learning about the difference between facts and opinions and sorted some facts and opinions. On Friday we learned to identify and match OS map [...]