Category Archives: 17-18 P5

World Book Day 2018 Reading Champion: Councillor Dell Henrickson

Primary 5 enjoyed hearing one of Terry Pratchett’s short stories read to them by Cllr Dell Hendrickson for World Book Day. He read “The Witch’s Vacuum Cleaner” which was about…

World Book Day Science in P5

On Thursday 1st March, P5 learned about planning and carrying out a fair test in science. We wanted to make a strong paper column to hold a large pile of…

World Book Day 2018 – THAT’S NOT MY TEACHER!

Today after playtime, all teachers swapped classes to read stories to different children.  We had some very excited pupils and teachers, as you can see below!    

*Battle of the Books: Round 2*

On Tuesday, all classes dropped everything and read when the battling books arrived at their class. The books competing for votes were: The Bear and the Piano, and Grandad’s Island….

🎶 It’s All About the Money, Money, Money 🎶

In P5, we have been exploring written and mental strategies to multiply 2 digit numbers. Today, we applied our learning in a real life situation in our ‘Sweet Shop’. Each…

*Hanover Street’s Battle of the Books 2018 Round 1*

All the boys and girls had a very exciting day yesterday as we started our ‘Battle of the Books’! Mrs Gray and Miss Palin have selected eight books for the…

Jacobites Vs Redcoats: Battle Poses

Primary 5 are exploring their Scotland topic further by learning about the Jacobites. Today, we looked at a painting by David Morier which illustrated the Battle of Culloden in 1745….

P5 Bounce Back: Getting to Know Each Other and Getting Along

In Bounce Back, Primary 5 have started learning about relationships. During a Circle Time on Friday, we discussed why it is important to get to know each other. We think…

New Positive Relationships and Behaviour Policies!

Thank you to all pupils, parents and school staff who contributed to surveys, discussions and drafting ideas for the above policies. We are very pleased with the level of engagement…