On Tuesday, we started going to rugby and we played touch rugby games. We had 5 teams and we played against each other. We all enjoyed playing. Next week we will have some photographs to show you.
This week we have all been sharing our personal projects on the Rainforest and they are all looking so good so far. Everybody has worked hard to find out interesting facts.
Also we have been doing some rainforest art work. We made different shapes of leaves out of card and tissue and trees out of crepe paper and some have been painted.
We are going to add animals to our pictures next week.
Yesterday we watched the P4’s do their Harvest Assembly. There was lots of dancing, acting, comedy and singing. I enjoyed the news report sketch and the whole class liked the Scarecrow dance.
King’s Park Standard, Quality and Improvement Plan
Our Standards, Quality and Improvement Plan Parent Report is now available for you to read.
Primary 6 Prepare For College!
Primary 6 Pupils are preparing to take part in a six week programme with Edinburgh College. The programme is designed to equip pupils with skills for learning, life and work.
It has been another very busy week in P6A. In maths, we revisited multiplying and dividing numbers by 100 and explored the place value of each number in a decimal fraction. Those working on the chilli challenge began to use our knowledge of square numbers to find the square root. We explored how Louis Sachar uses [...]
In writing we have been developing our persuasive techniques by creating a sales pitch for our enterprise ideas! We really enjoyed using rhetorical questions and emotive language. On Wednesday we will give a presentation, using these ideas, to ‘The Dragons’. Our focus in numeracy this week has been mixed numbers and improper fractions. To do [...]