P4/5G/H Class News

This term P4/5 have been very busy! We have learned lots about Japan and how it compares with Scotland.We have made Japanese sushi,we have taken part in a Japanese poster…

P4B Invention Collection

It’s been another busy month here in P4. We have been singing and dancing for our P3/4 show – which was a great success today! Hope you all enjoyed! We…

P1S-Percy the Park Keeper

We have been reading the Percy the Park Keeper stories in our class.  We planted cress seeds to see what they needed to grow.  Our experiment showed that plants need…

Another Busy Month P7

We have been busy learning about advertising and marketing of food products together with analysing the food requirements of different age groups. We have done some bright eye catching artwork…

Airyhall Food Drive

On the week beginning the 20th March the Pupil Council have arranged to hold a collection for a food bank. They have worked closely with CFINE, who organise food bank…

Primary Schools Cross-Country Championships

We are delighted to announce that pupils from Airyhall School did very well in the Primary Schools Cross-Country Championships on Friday. The pupils represented the school very well and tried…

The End of the Viking Era in P3G

We have reluctantly come to the end of our Viking topic. We have enjoyed it so much and learned lots of new skills with it. We are now really good…

Primary School Rotary Quiz Winners

We are extremely proud to announce that our Primary 7 Quiz team represented the school very well at the Primary School Rotary Quiz 2017. The quiz was held at Milltimber School…

P2D – Awesome Adjectives and Amazing Alliteration!

In P2D, we have been working very hard in Literacy.  We have been learning all about adjectives and alliteration. We began by looking at words that could be used to…

Fairtrade Fortnight has arrived!

What a busy couple of weeks we have ahead of us here in Airyhall School whilst we enjoy a fun-filled Fairtrade Fortnight!  Already this week the Fairtrade Committee have worked incredibly…

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