Category Archives: Primary 6C 2018-2019

Final Week – P6R

Although it was the last week of term, P6R were still working hard. On Tuesday, both P6 classes were visited by Sebastian Cook from Police Scotland who came to talk…

P6 – Cricket

Yesterday, two coaches from Aberdeenshire Cricket Club put both Primary 6 classes through their final paces ahead of next Thursday’s Redball Festival.

P6R – Eco Week

As last week was Eco Week, P6R took the opportunity to write letters to local and global companies giving them information on why they should reduce their plastic use. Companies…

P6 – Hazlehead

P6 had a fabulous time at Hazlehead Academy today and were once again lucky with the weather. The children were split into mixed groups across the ASG and participated in…

P6 – Bikeability

Yesterday, P6 continued Bikeability 2 training in the sunshine. The children revisited uncontrolled and controlled left turns as well as learning how to complete right turns.

P6 – NUART

On Tuesday morning, P6 toured the city looking for pieces of artwork. Taking inspiration from one piece of artwork in particular by Ben Eine, P6R have worked collaboratively to create…

P6 – Bikeability

Today, P6 continued Bikeability 2 training. The children practised uncontrolled and controlled left turns. Whilst cycling from minor to major roads, the children listened well and followed instructions, understanding the…

P6 and P7 – Sculpting

Yesterday, Alan Herriot (Sculptor) visited Airyhall School. Alan graduated from Duncan of Jordonstone College of Art in 1974. Over the past 36 years he has built an international reputation and…

P6 – Bikeability

Today, P6 started Bikeability 2. Whilst out on the road, we practised how to start cycling whilst thinking about our road position, signalling and carrying out safety checks. We also…

P6R – Problem Solving

Towards the end of Term 3 and throughout Term 4, Miss Ross’ maths class have been solving tricky pictorial problem solving questions. Recently, the children have created their own pictorial…

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