Category Archives: Expressive Arts

Nursery Learning at Home

Thank you to all our parents and carers who have been supporting learning at home for our nursery children.. There has been great interaction through our Interactive Learning Diaries.Staff have…

Room 28 Sharing our lockdown learning

Room 28 Learning at home – click here to see photos The children have been learning such a lot during there time in lockdown. We have been using stories to…

Primary 2 Home Learning.

Primary 2 have continued their learning at home during Lockdown. They have been very busy. Hope you enjoy looking through the many examples of learning. We are very proud of…

Interview of a life time!

In Health and Well-Being with Mr McPherson Primary 7 have been exploring the ‘World of Work’ and were set the challenge of interviewing a family member about their job and…

Spreading Positivity in P7

Last week P7 were challenged to create a piece of Art that could be used spread positivity at a local hospice. They were encouraged to use rainbow colours and positive…

Primary 6 Escher and Picasso Artwork

Primary 6 have been looking at Picasso’s and Escher’s artwork and trying to recreate it at home in various ways. Have a look at some of the examples. (Documents are…

P6 Google Classroom successes!

The pupils in Primary 6 have adapted well to the new situation we find ourselves in and have been engaging well with their tasks each day on Google Classroom. Below…

Masterclasses

This term we have continued with staff organising Masterclasses for all stages. These include the following classes – Ball skills Mindfulness Team games Arts and crafts Construction Art Drama Science…

What has been happening in Nursery this term?

All of the windy weather had uprooted a tree in our nursery garden. Yesterday our morning children were able to look out of their window and see the tree being…

Primary 6 Scots Poems

In P6 this term we studied Robert Burns’ poem To A Mouse. We looked at the language used, the theme of the poem and the description and imagery. We then…