I’m looking forward to learning about Materials. – Corey
The P4 are now on Textbook 4 in maths. – Henry
I am very happy about doing Materials. – Isla A.
We found out our new topic. – Charlie
Mrs Shiel said the colours and we had to find them. – Ben
We found out what Materials are. – Amy
We learnt about 2D shapes. – Haidyn
The P2s got a new book. – Sugar
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P1/2/3/4 have had a fun filled, happy, sunny week. They have all settled in well and have been enthusiastic with all that they have done.
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At the end of last term Primary 4-7 made a book of poems based on the variety of work done during last year, as part of an enterprise project.
This book is now available in black and white or colour versions and can be viewed and ordered online at the publishers website – black and white – colour.
Hard copies can be viewed at the school office.
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The Olympics and Sport have been topics that Primary 4-7 have been working on in the summer term, and as part of the Leavers Assembly, we performed an Olympic Creative Dance.
A lot had to be crammed into a short time in this busy summer term, but everyone did very well in creating this dance that starts and ends with the Olympic Rings, and depicts various Olympic Sports. See how many you can spot?
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Yes you’ve guessed it, another classic song from the ‘Sound of Music’, and Primary 4-7 sing our version of ‘Goodbye, Farewell’ at the Leavers Assembly last week.
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Village People had a hit with ‘In the Navy’, and here we have Primary 4-7 singing their version of the hit song ‘In the High School’.
This was another song we sang at the Leavers Assembly, to help our outgoing Primary 7 pupils look forward to their move to the high school.
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Listen to Primary 4-7 pupils singing our version of the ‘Sound of Music’ classic song ‘Favourite Things’ at the Leavers Assembly for Primary 7 last week.
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Mrs Galloway has left Ednam after a long association with the school. The nursery will be smaller next session and as a result Mrs Galloway has moved to a larger school.
Everyone was sad to see her go and a presentation was held with the older pupils and the nursery on the last day of school.
We wish Susan well and hope she can return when Ednam Nursery numbers increase again in the near future!
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The Nursery children had a Teddy Bears’ Picnic at the end of term. As the weather was a bit unpredictable, this was held indoors.
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Over a number of weeks James Shannly, a parent in school, has been organising cycle training through Bikeability Scotland. He will continue with an after school club next session.
Bikeability Scotland is a cycle training scheme designed to give children the skills and confidence they need both to cycle safely on the roads, and to encourage them to carry on cycling into adulthood.
Here you can see all the pupils who gained a Bikeability certificate at various levels, with James at the back.
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