Category Archives: Primary 6R 2018-2019

P6R – Internet Safety Day

This Tuesday past (5th February) was Internet Safety Day. Internet Safety Day 2019 was bigger than ever with 2,100 organisations and schools across the UK getting involved to help inspire…

P6R – World of Work Week

P6R have had a wonderful World of Work Week and have been lucky enough to have so many interesting visitors in to speak to us.  On Monday, we welcomed Julia…

P6 – Aberdeen Town House

This morning, Primary 6 toured Aberdeen Town House as part of our Democracy topic. Stephen (our tour guide) shared a wealth of knowledge with us and we learnt so much…

P6 – Scottish Parliament

A new term and a new topic – “Our Democratic World”. This morning, P6 were visited by Laura who works for the Outreach Visit department within Scottish Parliament. Laura shared…

P6R – Christmas Cards

Yesterday, P6R started an “Apprentice” inspired project where the children designed a Christmas card in groups. We chose to do this project for a few reasons – it links to…

P6R Science

Following the study of natural disasters such as wild fires (linked to our Term 1 Scotland/Canada comparison topic), Primary 6R have carried out a Science project throughout Term 2 to…

P6R – Merryteaser

This week, P6R have been busy creating a product to sell at the Christmas Fair – Merryteaser Tray Bake. Firstly, the costing team sourced ingredients and calculated how much each…

Homework Feedback

I appreciate that the Maths homework issued last week (13.11.18) was particularly tricky – I created more complex multiplication word problems and asked the children to use a grid method…

Figment Coffee

Last Friday, as an introduction to our Enterprise topic, both P6 and P7 classes were lucky enough to receive an input from Neil from Figment Coffee. Having recently opened Figment…

Amazing Astro vs Fantastic Flats

As special homework this term, Primary 6 were tasked to prepare a balance argument on a proposed land use development: Should the AstroTurf be turned into flats? On Monday, both…

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