Exciting news! We are official Ambassadors for #artworldrecords, to be part of breaking the world record for the largest ever online art lesson, with Rob Biddulph! Register now at https://www.artworldrecords.com/ to join in on the 21st May at 4pm.
It starts tomorrow at 8am, and finishes at 8pm on May 21. Here are some things to keep in mind during the contest: You can play at any time. For the score to count, the West Lothian Maths Contest activity must be showing in the green panel on the left of your screen when you ... Continue reading "Sumdog's West Lothian Maths Contest is almost here!"
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Today P6/5 throughly enjoyed some time outdoors in the sunshine challenging each other in maths. As you can see, some calculations were very tricky!!!
Primary 6/5 were tasked with creating a musical/percussion instrument at home and bringing it in to share with the class. Well done everyone, they look (and sound) fantastic!
This afternoon we were given the opportunity to take part in some outdoor creative free play. Kids go Wild provided us with some resources and we put them to good use.
Today we took part in a mini Highland Games. We had a Tug-of-War, a sack race, a wheelbarrow race and even had a go at tossing the caber. Well done to everyone who took part and encouraged their teammates to do their best. Mrs Wards
Today P6/5 found what was left of the snow and had some fun. We had to work in a team and build the highest snow tower possible in 15mins. The winning team working extremely well together and build a snow structure which was 138cm tall! It was very impressive. Well done to the other teams ... Continue reading "P6/5 Outdoor Learning - Building snow towers"
Last week we spent time in the garden inspecting soil samples. We found snails, lots of worms and even a centipede! We used magnifying glasses and microscopes to get a better look at things. The worms were very interesting up close and we found tiny pieces of glass in the soil that "sparkled like diamonds" ... Continue reading "P6/5 Outdoor Learning"