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On Thursday 2nd June 2016, P1-3 and P4-7 confidently performed two stories in French. Both classes put in a lot of effort in the lead up to the showcase and all their hard work paid off. Well done boys and girls!
You can watch our performances by clicking the link below.
I went to camp at Dalguise for a week starting on the 3rd of May until the 6th of May. I went with the Primary 7s from Rosewell Primary and I thoroughly enjoyed it. I thought that everything about it was fantastic and I would definitely go again if I could. The food was excellent, the activities were fun and I got to meet lots of new people. My favourite part was canoeing and the giant swing. I would definitely recommend it and I would rate it very highly.
P4-7s go to swimming lessons on a Friday. We have been learning to do back stroke and front crawl. We are going to start learning about the breast stroke. We finish on the second last week of term. We normally have around about 40 minutes in the pool and we are joined by Rosewell Primary P4-5.
By Daniel- P5
On the 10th of May 2016 the Primary 6’s and 7 went to the Maths Challenge at St. David’s High School. We did challenges involving teamwork, addition and problem solving. We also made an interactive poster explaining rounding and estimation. In the end we came in 1st place overall with 183 points. Our poster was rated 3rd by the judges out of around 12 schools.
The JRSOs have chosen the competition winners:
The Primary 1 to 7s have been practising hard for their French assembly on the 2nd of June. The P1-3s are retelling the story of “The Little Red Hen” in French. The P4-7s are doing “The Very Hungry Caterpillar” using shadow puppets.
The JRSOs have launched two new competitions for their crossing the road safely campaign. There is one for the P4/5s and one for the P1-3s.
The P4/5s have been challenged to create a poster explaining the green cross code-stop, look, listen and think. We asked for it to be A4 and to have symbols.
The P1-3s have been given a worksheet to fill in regarding where it’s safe to cross and where it is not.
There are prizes and a certificate for the winner in each competition.
Please click here to view the summer ordering dates for 2016 schools uniform. Border Embroideries website is www.beschoolwear.co.uk
Further to the recent information regarding some of the school buildings in Edinburgh, Please click the link below to see the Council’s statement on school buildings in Midlothian: