Monthly Archives: January 2018

Labelling in Literacy

We were drawing and writing labels to match our drawings of the Scottish Red Deer. We also did super paintings of red deer to which we need to still add…

Vegetable Faces

We enjoyed recreating Giuseppe Arcimboldo’s art by using fresh vegetables to make our faces! We used lots of different vegetables to make these funky, healthy faces!  Then came the best…

Gardening Club

Today the gardening club were outside for the first time this year. We spent the time clearing the weeds and dead leaves from the planters and the gardening area. It…

Information for Parents – Sexual abuse campaign launched to educate children

The NSPCC has released a new mobile phone game and a prime-time TV ad as part of its It’s Time to Talk PANTS campaign. The initiative teaches children: Privates are…

Gardening Club

Gardening Club meet every Wednesday at lunchtime. New members have been invited to join, including the primary one classes. Gardening Club set about making a plan for the next 8…

P5/6 World War II Display

P5/6 are beginning to develop their World War II display! We are travelling through time to understand the war. Doesn’t it look good so far? 

A Guide to Education and Children’s Services 2018-2019

Here is the Guide to Education and Children’s Services 2018-2019. A Guide to Education and Children’s Service 2018-19

Internet Safety Warning

Some schools have reported that pupils have been using an app called “Houseparty” and accepting friend requests from people who they do not know. This then can lead to inappropriate…

New Science Club members for a new term

On Monday, Science Club welcomed some new enthusiastic members. Here they are:   In this session, we experimented with Cloud Dough. We had an original recipe, which was the ‘Control’,…

Imagining Aberdeen New Year’s resolutions for 2018

Children from across Aberdeen are Imaging Aberdeen as a place where children are healthy, happy and safe.  Our band of 25 Imagineers are 9 to 12 years old and they…