This week in PE we started netball instead of hockey. First we learned different ways to throw a ball like chest pass, shoulder pass and bounce pass. After we played some netball games and we each marked just one person.
After school we have started an athletics club, run by Mr G the PE teacher for pupils in P6 and P7. We were running and learning how to pass the baton in relay races. We were also practicing our sprinting. Next week we will be passing a 12kg ball!
By Peyton Lazzari and Aimee M.
Over the last term we do Creativity Friday every Friday. We get to choose different activities like Lego, chess, iPads, hamma beads and painting. Our favourite activities were junk modelling and hamma beads. We can have more fun in these activities because it is different and we can choose the ones we want to do.
Next term we hope it continues and we would like to do more junk modelling and Lego.
Lucas and Jenna
At one of the stations we were to build a model with the base 10 cubes and after it was built we needed to count how much it was worth. My model was worth 1300 cubes!
At the domino station we took 6 dominos each and then in our jotter we made a chimney sum with them and we had to find the answer.
We have also had a chance to estimate how many steps it takes to get from one place to another.
The maths stations are helping me get better at my maths.
written Logan Watkins
There is a station where we do work sheets with Mrs Dagg and I like that station the best because she helps me with my maths.
written Elizabeth Fomina
We are reading the Night Bus Hero as our class novel.So far we have read up to chapter 7 and so far it’s a interesting book it makes you want to know more. As you see in the picture we have been doing some writing based on the book. The work we have been doing was a diary about the main character Hector and the old trolley man who Hector and his friend have been bullying. We had to write about their feelings about different things that happened the activity got me thinking about the character’s feelings and emotions.
Written by Lauren Glen and Jamie Russell