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This Term Primary 2 has been learning all about Space and we thought we would share some of their work on National Space day! Here are a few of their highlights:

*Astronauts in training obstacle course

*Rocket role play and science area

*Workshop with Tim Peake

*Letters and medals for Tim Peake

*Birds-eye view paintings of Earth from the ISS

*Star constellations

*Moon phases

*Launched Oran’s rocket in the playground

Letter Writing

Well done P2 for writing these fantasic thank you letters for our Roald Dahl Day storyteller John Kirk.

Primary 2 and their Family Tree as part of their 'Ourselves' topic.

 Viking Homework

P4 have been working hard creating fantastic models at home as part of their viking topic. Well done P4!

PC Irons Visit

P4 had a visit from PC Irons this term. He was talking to us about the law and his role as a Police Officer so we could find out more information for our Rules, Laws, Rights and Responsibilities topic. We all learned lots about the different aspects of a Police Officers job.

Thursday 29th October

P7a and P7b had a very busy day yesterday. We collected apples from our forest garden and tidied the polytunnel.

We also planted bulbs as part of the Edina Bulb Project with Wales National Museum which involved planting a daffodil and a crocus bulb in each pot and creating a ground plot. Through our outdoor learning, we are exploring the effects of climate change on the growing season.

Thursday 29th October

P7a and P7b had a very busy day yesterday. We collected apples from our forest garden and tidied the polytunnel.

We also planted bulbs as part of the Edina Bulb Project with Wales National Museum which involved planting a daffodil and a crocus bulb in each pot and creating a ground plot. Through our outdoor learning, we are exploring the effects of climate change on the growing season.

 James and the Giant Peach

International Peace Day

Well done to pupils in P7b who created this colourful giant jigsaw to commemorate International Peace Day (Monday 21st September)