Reception and P1
Reception and Primary 1 really enjoyed going on their Number Trail around school. Magnifying glasses helped them to look very carefully and find many different types of numbers. They also found a large selection of different 2D and 3D shapes.
P4 and P5
A team of primary 4 and 5 pupils have been busy creating a maths trail around school; an opportunity for children to use and apply their maths skills on a guided tour of school. The children had great fun while making the trail and came up with some fabulous suggestions. We're looking forward to having the whole class complete the trail very soon.
P6 and P7
A group of primary 6 and 7 pupils also teamed together to create a maths trail around school for children to test their application of maths skills and knowledge.The children put together a challenging trail with some fabulous suggestions.
100 days of maths 2021
As part of their celebrations of 100 days of school, children from Reception - Primary 3 participated in a number of '100' related games. Children played a special version of pass the parcel, fed the monster 100 times, took part in 10 sets of 10 physical exercises and also worked collaboratively to see if they could keep 100 balls suspended in the air with the help of a parachute! Well done to all the boys and girls.
100 days of maths 2020
Children celebrated 100 days of school with a special assembly full of '100' themed games and activities that required collaboration and problem solving. It was great to see our older children really helping their younger peers with the challenges.
Our children also had a recent visit from George and Glen from HMRC. The children learned about a range of different taxes and what they are used for, before being asked what they thought was a fair tax rate. Being good citizens, the overwhelming majority of our children were in favour of higher taxes to provide high quality public services. Our thanks are extended to George and Glen for their time.
100 days of maths 2019
We recently celebrated our 100th day of the school term with children in all classes enjoying ‘100’ themed lessons. Our exciting activities were published in the Chronicle and we received a letter from our local MP, Mr Jim Shannon, congratulating us on the coverage. Our thanks go to Miss Taggart for her hard work in organising the celebrations.