Category Archives: P4P

Mini Ancient Greek Olympics

As part of our topic on Ancient Greece, we conducted our own “Mini Ancient Greek Games” on the playing field.  As part of our games, we did the following events:…

Making Measuring Sticks

We have been learning about measure in maths over the last week.  Today, we went outside to create our own measuring sticks; we used them to help us measure in…

Sunnybank wins “Best Presentation” category at Miniature Earth Project

Well done to all of the children in P4P and P5/6 who wowed the judges at this year’s Miniature Earth Learning Project.  The pupils have learned a lot about children’s…

Miniature Earth Learning Project

Over the last few weeks Primary 4 and Primary 5/6 have been taking part in the Miniature Earth Learning Project. Through this project they have been looking at different world…

P4P – Hansel and Gretel

This morning,the children in P4P worked with Emma to put together their own version of the famous Grimm fairytale, Hansel and Gretel! We will be rehearsing the play as we…

Guidance on Pupil Reporting and Curriculum Levels – 2017

The Scottish Government has asked all schools in Scotland to report on pupil progress differently this year. The change in reporting arrangements will help to develop a more consistent approach…

Sensing Science!

P4P have been learning about the human body.  This week we were learning about the nervous system, the brain and our senses.  We found out that millions of messages are…

World Book Day in P4

P4P have been wearing their pyjamas and enjoying lots of reading activities during World Book Day!  Firstly, we went outside to do some “extreme reading” on the play equipment.  We…

How to Make the Perfect Poo!

The children in P4 really enjoyed their trip to Aberdeen Science Centre on Tuesday. We have been learning about the human body and we found out even more about the digestive…

Investigating Muscles

Today, as part of our project on the human body, P4P was investigating muscles.  We learned about how muscles are attached to our skeleton and how we need them to move….