P6 – Budgeting

P6 have been applying their mathematical skills to real-life problems this week through learning how to create a well-organised, labelled budget. Each pair was given a budget of £2000 to…

Pupil Council Meeting Minutes

Pupil Council Meeting Minutes – 16.2.18 Pupil Council Meeting Minutes – 17.3.18    

P6 – Letters from Lewis

This morning we received our reply letters all the way from the Isle of Lewis, which we were very excited about! The pupils at the remote school in Lewis told…

Fun on the Farm with P1D

P1D really enjoyed their visit from Countryside Classroom on Wheels (CCOW). The children were introduced to some farmyard animals and learned more about the animals and plants raised on Scottish…

P2 Group Topic Work!

P2 have been finishing off their ‘Night and Day’ topic this week by looking at nocturnal animals. They used clips and information sheets to create fantastic posters in their table…

French Holiday Phrases with P7

Primary 7 have been creating holiday phrases in French. They used sentence openers, places/countries, adjectives and connectives to piece the phrases together. French dictionaries were used for unkown French words.

P2 Maths Fun!

P2 were having lots of fun in Maths today! First we played a quick fire mental maths game in groups to practice our Learn Its! Then Mrs Metcalfe introduced our…

Touch Typing in P7

Primary 7 have begun practising their typing skills. Touch typing is when you are able to type correctly without looking at the keyboard too many times. It also uses all…

New Summer School Lunch Menu

Have a look at our Summer 2018 Menu!   Other information regarding school lunches can be accessed here: https://aberdeencity.gov.uk/services/education-and-childcare/school-meals https://aberdeencity.gov.uk/services/education-and-childcare/view-school-meals-menu https://hanover.aberdeen.sch.uk/lunch-menu/

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…