Category Archives: P5/6

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…

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…

Film Workshop

Primary 5/6 have taken part in a film workshop delivered by Paul Foy. He visited the class this afternoon and explored the language of film with the students. They were…

Sunnybank P6 Winners at MELP

A huge congratulations to our P6 winners at the first ever Miniature Earth Learning Project Final. Niamh, Carla, Laraib, Anisa and Lola wowed the judges with their presentation about poverty…

The Miniature Earth Learning Project

In a world of 100 people, how many would live on less than £1.30 per day..?   The answer to this question is 48, that’s nearly half of the world’s…

Global Goals Assembly – P6

The children in P6 enjoyed sharing what they have been learning about the UN’s Global Goals for Sustainable Development.  The children have been learning about how the UN has set…

The Goblin Lives!!

On Friday, the children in P6 finally got their first taste of driving the Goblin go Kart!  Mr Packham and Mr McPherson were worried that the car wouldn’t be built…

Shop Front Design Project

Congratulations to all of the children in P4/5, P5/6 and P6 for participating in the Shop Front design Project and representing Sunnybank School so well.  Your contributions were greatly valued…

P6 Gardening

The children in P6 have really enjoyed getting their hands dirty as they took on the challenge of re-vamping the school’s garden areas.  By planting a large number of shrubs…