Category Archives: P6

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.

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

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.


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

Children in Scotland Alcohol Advertising Consultation

Children in Scotland has an exciting new project opportunity for children and young people to be involved in.   

The Scottish Government is asking for everyone’s views on how alcohol is advertised in Scotland. They want to make changes to how this currently works so they can improve people’s health and wellbeing. The Scottish Government is particularly keen to hear about what children and young people think so they have asked us to help gather their views and ideas.  

If you are:  

  • Aged between 8 – 18  
  • Passionate about the views of children and young people being included in areas that impact on them  
  • Interested in being part of an interesting project and working together with other young people  

…then we would love to hear from you!

The project will start in January 2023. We will have 5 online meetings between 12 January and 2 March. Each of these meetings will take place on Thursday evenings between 4.30-6.30pm.     

If you have any questions or would like to be involved in the project, then please contact Parisa on pshirazi@childreninscotland.org.uk.  

We do not expect anyone applying to know a great deal about this issue, David and Parisa (our friendly staff who will be running the sessions) will make sure that everyone has the information they need to be part of the discussions.  


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

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

P6 Bikeability Photos

P6 had great fun at Bikeability training! They worked so hard and we are very proud of their achievements. The children showed great determination and resilience.

They learned how to check if their bike is ready for a journey, set off, slow down and stop, glide and share space.

Great job Primary 6 and happy cycling!


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Masterclasses Return!

Master Classes are back after more than two years!

Our masterclasses are a range of lessons in a broad range of fun subjects and activities.

Children in P4 to P7 enjoyed taking part in a range of skills based masterclasses and there was a real buzz of excitement in the school as this much loved part of our curriculum was able to restart after the pandemic.

Children chose from a wide range of activities including Lego animation, sewing, cricket, football, Minecraft, cooking, ECO, board games, Chinese craft, chess and art.

Appreciation Stations

We did a lesson on ‘Looking on the Bright Side’ in P6 and P7 and the pupils made their own ‘appreciation station’.

Kaled in P6 and Prithvi in P7 were nominated to come up on stage to represent their class during assembly.


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URGENT: Additional School Holiday in October

Below is a letter from Lorna French.

As you will see an additional day of holiday will occur in October which means children will now return to school from the october break on WEDNESDAY 26th of October.

Please can we all make sure that word is spread as quickly as possible in the Dalry community to help people in arranging childcare/time off.


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Our New Clan Chiefs and Deputes 2022/23

Yesterday was a day where our Dalry family experienced a transition of leadership.

Our new Clan Chiefs and deputes were elected this week after an election campaign that was hard fought with hustings speeches of the highest Calibre we have ever seen.

Here is a picture of our new Clan leadership teams.

The new teams are:

Alba

Chief: Lucy

Depute: Hana

Caledonia

Chief: Hassan

Depute: Harshitha

Dalriada

Chief: Prithvi

Depute Hania

Scotia

Chief: Chloe

Depute: Eilish

Congratulation to all who were elected and all who took part.


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