Category Archives: Global Learning Partnerships/Learning for Sustainability

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…

Thank you! But it’s not too late…

https://www.justgiving.com/crowdfunding/gillianforbesglp2018 A message from Miss Forbes… I’m really delighted to say that I’ve beaten my target of £1500! Thank you to everyone who supported me, either financially or with words…

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…

Garden Project – Bottle Top Art

Please keep your bottle top lids for us to reuse! (Fizzy/squash drinks, milk bottles, cleaning materials lids, etc). We need many different colours and LOTS of them! We aim to…

Gorilla and Bunny Prize Winners! Well done and thank you!

At the Easter Bunny Drive on Tuesday, we opened the envelopes containing the SECRET birthdays of the Rwandan Gorilla and the Easter Bunny! Mr Markey had them hidden away in…

Getting ready for Rwanda – training weekend 1!

I attended a brilliant training weekend in Forres this weekend. I worked with teachers and and other education workers from around Scotland, exploring the aims of the Global Learning Partnerships…

Read All About It!

Primary 3’s visit to Kirsty Blackman’s office made the news in the Evening Express today! Change the World, Spread The Word

Save Our Oceans

Last week Primary 3 ran a very successful Pop Up Shop. Lots of pupils were able to come and grab a bargain, mostly thanks to Mrs Gray for clearing out…