Category Archives: 17-18 P3

Primary 3’s Day at the Beach

Primary 3 had a fantastic day at the beach. We walked along the beach, built sandcastles, explored Fittie and played at the park there. We even picked up litter as…

Summer Disco-mania and Family Fun with our new DJ!

Our Summer Disco was a hit this year – we even invited our Pre-Schoolers with their parents so they knew how to party in Primary 1! Well done to the…

Clean Up Aberdeen Glitter Pick

Primaries 3 and 5 took part in the Glitter Pick yesterday by doing a beach clean up. We have learned a lot about the dangers of single use plastics, and…

Better Energy School Awards 2018

What a fantastic day in London! All pupils involved were excellent embassadors for our school, city, and for Scotland. Despite the very early start to the day, the children did…

Hanover Street School crowned UK environmental champions!

Text and pictures below taken from: https://news.aberdeencity.gov.uk/hanover-street-school-crowned-uk-environmental-champions/?utm_source=Twitter&utm_medium=social&utm_campaign=SocialSignIn   The children of the city’s Hanover Street School are celebrating today (Thursday 14 June) after being named UK Champions of the Better Energy…

Science Fair 2018

Well done to all the classes from Nursery to P7.  You all participated in Science Week and displayed some lovely work at the Science  Showcase on Friday. Really well done…

Roots of Empathy Song, with Mrs Lemmon

P3 (and Mrs Lemmon), shared a singing and signing song they learned with Mrs Lemmon as part of their Roots of Empathy project. View the video here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UpNtHHO3kWE   Article…

Big Writing in Primary 3

Primary 3 are busy working on their writing skills in Big Writing. Every week we see how much our writing has improved.

Roots of Empathy 2017 Annual Programme Evaluation Report Scotland

Please find attached the ROE Scotland Annual Programme Evaluation Report for 2016-17. This report is useful because: It shares qualitative and quantitative insight from both the teacher and children’s perspective…