Category Archives: 16-17 P7

Don’t Judge a Book By It’s Cover!

On World Book Day, Primary 7s started choosing their personal reading books in a new way… We had to choose the book without seeing the cover or knowing the author…

Primary 7’s Spectra Spectacular

Primary 7 really enjoyed the opportunity to work on Aberdeen’s Spectra Festival. We made our own paper lanterns with our own unique symbols. We also had the opportunity to test…

P7’s Twelve Days of Christmas

Twelve Days of Christmas. Primary 7 wrote their own versions of the song “Twelve Days of Christmas”. Here are the lyrics written by Vlad, Zoe and Priyanshu:   On the…

P1 & P7 Book Week Scotland

P1 had a great Book Week Scotland with help from our Primary 7 friends! They planned a range of activities for us all about our lovely Bookbug bag stories! We…

En Garde! P7 Fencing

Primary 7 had a great time at their ‘Have a Go’ Fencing session at Aberdeen Sports Village on Wednesday 30th of November. They played games to practise key fencing skills…

P7 are Playground Leaders!

Well done to the fabulous Primary 7s who all worked hard to achieve their Playground Leadership Certificate. ¬†They worked hard with Mr Wallace, our Active Schools Coordinator to learn about…

P7 trip to Park Street, Sanctuary Scotland Sheltered Housing

Today, our P7s visited Park Street Sheltered Housing, a new community link that we have recently built at Hanover Street School. The residents were holding a wee coffee morning to…

Panto time! (Oh no it isn’t!)

A massive thank you MUST go to our Parent Council, who, once again, funded tickets for the whole school, Primary 1 to 7, to go and see a Christmas Pantomime!…

World War Two Recipes

Primary 7 were given a choice of World War 2 tasks to complete for homework . One option was to research rationing and recipes from World War 2. Afonso baked…

Scottish Kids Show GOLDEN TICKET WINNERS!

A massive well done to Molly, Ivan and Victoria! ¬†They were the 3 school winners of our drawing competition for Christmas, using the theme “The North Pole!” It was very…