Category Archives: Expressive Arts

1… 2… 3… BOOM (p6)

  We have done many exciting things to do with our topic! So far we have been learning all about volcanoes. We even created clay volcanoes and did a scientific…

Good Mornings in P4/5

This term in P4/5 we have been starting the day with Morning challenges to warm up our brains so we are ready to learn. We are set a series of…

Primary 6/7 – Art

We have been looking at the elements of art in class, last week we focused on colour and experimented with colour creation. The children understand that colour is broken up…

P3RU Look at our emotion fans!

   In primary 3RU we have started our exciting topic of ‘Inside Out’. Firstly we talked about our emotions when looking at the characters of sadness, anger, joy, disgust and…

Julius Caesar

Primary 7 pupils are really excited to be taking part in the Shakespeare Schools Festival this year. The children will be performing their abridged version of Julius Caesar at the…

Congratulations to our stars of the Tivoli Show

Thank you to our families for your support for our Tivoli Show. The children were fantastic and the show was a huge success. Thank you also to all staff  from…

Art in the sunshine

Language Development Unit painting outside. Room 28 had fun painting with water outside in the sun today. The children enjoyed creating images on the ground and then watching them disappear…

80 Minutes Around The World

Don’t forget you can still buy tickets for our amazing production show in-conjunction with Sunnybank Community Centre called “80 Minutes Around The World” 17th June 2017 18:00 Tivoli Theatre, Aberdeen….

Easter Bonnets in Room 28

The children in Room 28 had fun today creating Easter bonnets. First they planned where they would place all the decorations and then they stuck them on. They had lots…

Creative Golden Time in the Language Development Unit

Room 28 have ‘Golden Time’ on a Friday afternoon. One of our children, Alex, enjoyed playing in the sand tray and created an amazing  sand sculpture. He was very proud…