Category Archives: P3

P3 Model Monsters

Primary 3 took part in some design and technology this month by creating a 3D model of the Loch Ness monster swimming around the loch. We had a look at all of our friends model and Anay was the winner! Everyone did a fantastic job and showed amazing creativity skills.


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P3 Nessie Baking

As part of our Scots focus, Primary learned and recited the poem ‘Nessie’ by JK Annand.

To follow on from that, we decided to write a recipe for shortbread and bake some in the shape of Nessie. They were delicious!


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Intended Learning Newsletters Term 3 2022

Each term our teachers supply a plan for parents so you know what we are learning in school. Find and click the link below to access your class’ intended learning newsletter for this term.

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P2

P2/3

P3

P4

P5/4

P5

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P7


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Guide to Children’s Rights

The Scottish Governement has shared the below message with us.

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We are delighted to announce the launch of the new Guide to Children’s Rights for Parents, Carers and family members.

This much anticipated resource provides information about children’s rights and introduces the United Convention on the Rights of the Child (UNCRC). The UNCRC is the internationally mandated children’s rights treaty which sets out the rights that all children and young people should expect and what they need to grow up happy, healthy and safe. It outlines the central role played by parents and families and also recognises that they need protection and assistance to support the rights and wellbeing of their children.

The booklet was created by the UNCRC Parents Network, made up of parenting organisations and Scottish Government policy officials, who have been meeting for over a year to look at how best to inform parents, carers and family members about the rights of their children. It conveys broad universal messaging about children’s rights and has adopted a warm and reassuring tone.


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Intended Learning Newsletters Term 2 2022

Each term our teachers supply a plan for parents so you know what we are learning in school. Find and click the link below to access your class’ intended learning newsletter for this term.

P1

P2

P2/3

P3

P4

P5/4

P5

P6

P7


If you need support to read this webpage or online letter via translation into an additional language please contact the translation service using this link https://www.edinburgh.gov.uk/languages

P3 Scottish Banquet

After weeks of learning about what life was like in the time of Castles, P3 planned and prepared for a traditional Scottish Banquet this week.

We made invitations for our peers, created menus for the tables, decided on what tradition Scottish foods we could have and decorated our classroom as a traditional banquet hall. We also had great fun dressing up as knights and Lords and Ladies with accessories to match.

The children practised performances in small groups to perform at the banquet and the whole class learned a tradition Scottish dance with Mrs Ewen which they performed beautifully.

It was a fantastic ending to our first fantastic topic in P3!


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P3 Maths Week #MathsWeekScot

P3 have spent Maths Week Scotland learning about Position and movement.

We have learned new vocabulary to help us give and follow and draw directions.

We then applied this knowledge to program a Beebot robot to move around a grid.

For outdoor learning this week, everyone enjoyed working with their partners to create a ‘treasure hunt,’ whereby we hid 3 objects, then directed our friends to find the ‘treasure.’


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