P6/7

Session 2019-20

Tuesday 21st April – First Aid

Please see below the instructions for the First Aid sessions today.

First Aid Skills Instructions

Time Capsule

Please see below a document with all of the Time Capsule suggestions for Monday – Friday.

Time Capsule – All activities

Monday 20th April

Here are the 2 power-points for today.

Your Brilliant Brain P4-7 Time Capsule

Our P6/7 class for session 2019-20 is taught by Miss Law.  There are 21 pupils in the class and our classroom is in the Port-a-cabin.

Meet our teacher…

Session 2018-19

Our P5/6.7 class for session 2018-19 is taught by Miss Law.  There are 21 pupils in the class and our classroom is in the Port-a-cabin.

Meet our teacher…

15.2.19

P567 are enjoying learning about natural disasters and they have been keeping me on my toes with some tricky questions!

I’d love to take them on a school trip to see a real volcano however the risk assessment would be horrendous. Our amazing artwork will be on display soon.  I’m having a little bit of bother uploading the photographs : (

9.11.18

Remembrance Assembly

Today, P567 proudly presented their Remembrance Assembly. We shared the PowerPoint below during the two-minute silence.  We have uploaded a video of our assembly into our book creators.

Class Assembly Final

 

Class Trip to the Gordon Highlanders Museum and the street tour of Aberdeen

Yesterday, P567 had a fantastic time at the Gordon Highlanders Museum. They tried on soldier’s uniforms, handled artefacts from World War II as well as learning about life as a Gordon Highlander. The museum is well worth a visit. The highlight of the day was visiting an Anderson shelter in Aberdeen. As one child said, “I will never forget this!” Thank you to the parent forum for agreeing to fund the trip and Mrs Noble and Mrs Milne for their help and photography skills. And of course the children for being wee !

Week commencing Monday 1st October

FAO Miss Law’s P5/6/7 Parents

Please remind the children to bring some cosy clothes in a bag for the walk tomorrow afternoon and to remember their packed lunch. The weather forecast looks like it may just stay dry but please ensure your child is prepared just in case.

Sadly we are still waiting for some permission slips. We have chased for these and without them the child cannot attend. Please ensure it is with them tomorrow morning otherwise they will remain at school with P4/5 – there will not be time for us to chase again in the morning.

Thank you.

Week commencing Monday 27th August

Please see below a copy of our Welcome Newsletter for this session:

P5-6-7

You can travel within Scotland to meet outside but must not stay away overnight. We're getting back some freedoms and if we keep sticking to the guidance we can keep moving forward. We've come too far. We're not giving in. Check the protection levels at http://gov.scot

Burn o’ Vat & Glen Tanar car parks full, please go to plan B.
#RespectProtectEnjoy ⁦⁦⁦@Aberdeenshire⁩ https://www.facebook.com/516122458423812/posts/3834567603245931/?d=n

The deadline for registering to vote in the upcoming Scottish Parliament election is midnight on Monday, April 19.

Visit http://www.votegrampian.org for information on how to register and for other details about the election. #sp2021

With visitors returning this weekend popular places are likely to be busy - to help keep everyone safe there will be traffic management in place on the Linn of Dee and Loch Muick access roads @MarLodgeNTS @Balmoral_Castle #PlanAhead #CairngormsTogether

https://cairngorms.co.uk/traffic-management-glen-muick-and-linn-of-dee-17-18-april-2021/

"I would like to pass my sincere condolences to the family of His Royal Highness, on behalf of the people of Aberdeenshire."
- Provost of Aberdeenshire Cllr Bill Howatson
Read the full statement here: http://bit.ly/AbshireConHRH

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