Author Archives: Paula Maciver

P4

P4 have been working hard learning about all of our rights. We created posters to show what these mean and look like for us..

 

We had fun today practising the Red Nose Day song.

P4 open morning

Thank you to all the parents that attended our open morning today. We were building bridges out of straw that had to hold 1kg of weight. I am so pleased with how well everyone did 🙂

We had a discussion afterwards to see why our bridges worked so well/ not so well and had a competition to see who’s the last bridge standing was. This was very exciting!

P6/7 – Maths Is Fun!

In Primary 6/7 we are always looking to find different ways to learn to keep things fun and exciting. This week we have already enjoyed making 3D shape models. We drew the nets of the shapes and wrote facts about each of the shapes before constructing our models.

We also enjoyed a sensory activity linked to multiplication. We had to search in the beads to find four numbers and arrange these to make a multiplication sum. Our partners checked our answers using a calculator.

Highland Children and Young People Allied Health Professionals (AHP) enquiry line 12th March 2019

Every Tuesday between 2pm and 5pm there will be AHP’s available to answer questions you may have.

AHP’s are Occupational Therapists, Physiotherapists, Dietitians, and Speech and Language Therapists.

The enquiry line is for all young people, parents, carers and professionals in Highland Council area to access.

Please call them on 07785477686