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Primary 6

Fairtrade Coffee Morning

P.6 had a fantastic Fairtrade Coffee morning on Thursday 13th March.  The children all prepared some delicious Fairtrade treats using Fairtrade products at home.  Parents were invited to the coffee morning.  It was a great success and we raised a total of – 400.04.  Thanks to all the parents and children for their fantastic baking!  Lao a big thanks to those who attended and donated money.

P.6 enjoyed the topic of Space.  The class were divided into groups and spent time planning a hotel that they would like to build on Mars.  After a lot of planning the children spent two days building these fantastic hotels.  The children had thought of some amazing ideas for these ideas including; take off runs ways, kids play areas, swimming pools and lifts to different floors.  Mrs Crichton came and inspected each hotel and decided the winning hotel was ‘The Solar Resort.’

Space Hotels

Outdoor Learning

P.6 love to do their outdoor learning activities.  One of their favourite ones of the year so far was when they went outside to draw a life size Viking longboat in the playground.  Lots of measuring and team work was required to make sure it was the correct measurement.  Of course the best bit was getting to sit on the ground pretending they were Vikings sailing to conquer their next land!

The Vikings

We had a fantastic start to the year in P.6 with a visit from Magnus Vikings.  The children got to take part in many Viking activities, including storytelling, dressing up, crafts and the favourite part of the day was of course the battle!  The children took on the characters with great enthusiasm!  Well done to all the children for the creativity and imagination when putting together their Viking costumes. 

Spruce Meadows

P.6 had a great trip to Spruce Meadows.  The children got to ride on quad bikes and had great fun in the Nerf Wars.  A great way to end a super year in P.6.  Well done to the children for all their hard work and efforts this year.