We had an eggcellent time rolling our customised eggs down the hill in school today! Happy Easter.
Storytelling with Steve Lally via Zoom.
Welcome back P5! We were all so excited to get back to school today. We had a great day catching up with our friends and settling back into school. We had a lovely top hat treat as a welcome back gift too.
Merry Christmas from P5! 🎄🎅☃️
Check out the school website video centre to see Primary 5s Christmas performance.
Click on gallery, video album, video centre then class Christmas videos. Enjoy!
Look who visited our class today!!
Elfis was at our whiteboard playing a game of ‘Pin the Nose on Rudolph’ when we arrived this morning. He told Mrs Watson we had to play games all day! We compromised and played games a lot of the day with other fun things in between. Thanks Elfis!
We solved calculations to reveal Christmas jokes. We shared our favourite ones with the rest of the class.
We were learning about Christmas around the world. Have a look at the lovely trees we made.🎄
Christmas fun 🎄
We really enjoyed our Christmas dinner today.
We had a brilliant day celebrating the end of our ‘Australia’ topic.
Australia Day 🇦🇺
We had great fun celebrating odd sock day in conjunction with Anti-bullying week. (All different all equal)
We talked about feelings today in PATHS. The feeling we dealt with today was Anger and how to manage it. Look at our anger faces.
Golden time today was great fun. We got to play table tennis 🏓 darts and other board games.
We designed and built a bridge using straws and tape.
We really enjoyed Golden Time today.
We shared our acrostic Halloween 🎃 poetry with each other.
Fun at the Barn Dance. We enjoyed music and line dancing.
We enjoyed debating on the subject of “Should we be allowed to climb Uluru?”
We investigated reflective symmetry with our names today in Numeracy.
As part of our Literacy today we took part in debates on the subject of school uniforms.
We looked at the work of British artist Andy Goldsworthy. He is an environmental artist. This means that he creates art using materials from the natural environment. When he has created a piece of artwork, he takes a photo of it, and then leaves it for the wind and rain to blow and wash it away naturally.
We worked in groups to create art pieces using natural materials we found in our forest. We then took photos of them and left them to be blown or washed away. We had a lot of fun and Mrs Watson was so impressed with the pictures we created.
Forest art inspired by Andy Goldsworthy
We created paper weaving linked with our RE topic on Moses.
We have had a brilliant few weeks back at school. We have enjoyed seeing our friends and getting back to lots of learning!😃
Our topic this term is Australia. So far we have been learning about famous landmarks and Australian animals 🐨.
We looked at the work of Australian artist Emma Gale. She creates animal collages from a variety of materials. We looked at a variety of Australian birds and created our own ‘Emma Gale’ inspired collages. Take a look 👀 below!
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