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P6A News

This week in P6A we have been creating tribal masks for our topic, the Rainforest. We used paper mâché and paint to decorate our artwork.

In P.E. we made up our own versions of the Haka which we will perform  with our masks next week.

On Monday we thought about ‘food miles’ – how far our food has to travel to reach our plate. As part of this we sampled some delicacies from the Rainforest!

In literacy we have been practicing quotation marks in our writing and doing activities to help us with them.

This post was written by Charlotte and Eleanor.

 

 

 

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Primary 6

23

Mar

2018


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P6A at the Zoo

This week in Primary 6A we went on a trip to the Zoo! We were learning about the life cycle of different animals and got to visit loads of them. Our favourite animal was the Penguins, watching them swim and waddle around. In writing we designed a job advertisement for our ‘Dream Head Teacher’. This meant that we had [...]

Primary 6

16

Mar

2018


Euroquiz Heats.

Well done to our fantastic P6 team who won the Midlothian heat of the Euroquiz this morning! They will now participate in the final to be held at the Scottish Parliament in May! Some very excited children!!

Primary 6

16

Mar

2018


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A busy week for P6A

This week was Parents’ Evening. In preparation for it, we wrote our own reports. This encouraged us to reflect on what we have enjoyed this year, our strengths and our next steps for learning. On Wednesday morning, we had the opportunity to explore what quality education looks like with Mrs Limerick. We really enjoyed thinking [...]

Primary 6

09

Mar

2018


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P6A News

Dear Parents and Carers, This week in P6A we have been learning about similes – identifying well known similes such as ‘as fresh as a daisy’ and then creating our own.  Our favourite was, ‘as flat as old iron brew’. We also looked at how a variety of inventions have transformed over time. This gave us the opportunity to think about [...]