What a lovely week in P1B, full of lots of learning and playing. In Numeracy we began learning about subtraction. We 'subtracted' marshmellows to help us to understand the concept - this was a highlight of the week for lots of us! We will forever understand subtraction as the act of eating marshmellows and there ... Continue reading "Subtraction, 'sh' and 3 Craws in P1B"
We have had another very busy week in Primary 1. In French we revised our numbers to 5, and now count up to 10. We also learnt "Jacques a dit" Simon Says in French. That was a fun game. We got a surprise today to receive a letter all the way from France. It had ... Continue reading "P1a's weekly news"
Happy New Year to Everyone. Hope that you all had a wonderful Christmas and New Year. We have started the way we mean to continue this year and have been working hard. In Literacy we have talked about our New Year's Resolutions and reflected on 2019. Now we have lots of things to achieve in ... Continue reading "P4B's first week back in 2020"
We are so proud of all the P6s and P7s for presenting their Scottish Opera to the whole school. They have worked extremely hard and it paid off! Well done all of you. You have made everyone so very proud! This week we have; Researched facts about life during World War II. Looked into the ... Continue reading "P7b"
We have finished our first week of 2020 in school and have already been working hard. Look below at what we have been doing in our play based learning... In Literacy we have all been learning new sounds: 'tw', 'pl' and 'sl' this week. We have enjoyed using the magnetic boards to spell our words ... Continue reading "Happy New Year from P2A"
Well done to D in P4, D and B in P6 and J in P7 for taking first place in the' improvers' category at Lothian Junior Chess tournament. We are so proud of your achievement boys! Miss Baillie x
The week was spent practicing for our assembly, amongst a few other things. Our assembly on Linlithgow on Friday went very well and the children all spoke very clearly and remembered all their lines. Very proud of all of them. Just a few of the photos. Brilliant P2B. Also this week we had an enjoyable ... Continue reading "Mostly Assembly in P2B"
Mrs Burton and P2B led a super assembly today on the recreational activities that can be undertaken in Linlithgow. We all enjoyed listening to the children deliver information in a grown-up and highly articulate way. Super work from all! Earlier on this week, we had a special talk about Marches Day from the Linlithgow Dyers ... Continue reading "This Week's News at Springfield and Bonnytoun"
Hello, we have had lots of good fun outdoors this week and managed to stay (mainly) dry! Some numeracy photos to begin with. Some of us have been working on data handling as our outer maths topic at the moment. We have been reading venn diagrams and sorting information into venn diagrams. B has been ... Continue reading "Sports Day and Story Writing in P3B"
We have had a busy and varied week in P3A! Here we are all set for Sports Day... On Monday we went to the Linlithgow Book Festival. We met an author called Colin Drysdale who has written a book called 'Scotland's Castles'. He told us some facts about castles and then we went outside the ... Continue reading "Book Festival and Sports Day (P3A)"
This week we have finished making our guitars in Science. They were reasonably successful and some of them played three different pitches. On Tuesday we went to the book festival at the Rugby Club and learned about how Lari Don found inspiration for her books and stories. We had a visit from the Linlithgow Dyers ... Continue reading "Primary 5 - w/e 14th June 2019"
No blog last week as we were having too much fun at camp (and Lendrick Muir), hopefully you will have all seen the photos Mrs Newton finally managed to send via Class Dojo. On Monday we learned how to throw the javelin in the morning and then in the afternoon we did Basketball with the ... Continue reading "Guess who's back- back from camp ;)"