Category Archives: Primary 7 16-17

Calling Dalry parents, family and friends -Help Needed!

Do you have a skill or talent that you would like to share with a small group of pupils?

Could you commit 1 hour on a Friday for 3 weeks?

We have reviewed our Masterclass programme and the children have identified some activities that they would like to have next session:

Loom Bands
Dance
Gymnastics
Cricket
Programming (Scratch)
I-pads
Football
Stop Motion Animation
Obstacle Courses
Singing
Roller-skating
Drawing/Art
Gaming
Tennis
Wrestling (non-contact)
Conversation Space
Archery
Jewellery making
Majorettes
Stunt biking
Minecraft
Languages
Go noodle
Weaving
Basketball
Parkour
Swimming
Cycling
Architecture
Hula-hooping
Caring for animals

If you have skill, talent and enthusiasm in these areas, or indeed and other areas that you would like to share, please contact Mrs Mason.

P7 Money Sense Workshop

Primary 7 recently took part in a Royal Bank of Scotland Money Sense Workshop.

They learnt how to organise and budget for a party. This was followed by a short presentation to their classmates describing the type of party they had planned, a breakdown of the costs and if there were any cheaper alternatives.

Maybe they’ll be able to plan their next birthday parties…

 

Heritage Themed Easter Egg Competition

We really enjoyed admiring the many creative entries into our annual Easter egg decorating competition. Well done to everyone who took part in this creative home learning project. The theme of heritage was creatively interpreted by so many of our pupils.

      

P7 Spring Tea Party

Tuesday 21st March Primary 7 hosted a community tea party in association with Health All Round and St Martin’s Church. The aim of the event was to invite members of the local community who may be isolated, lonely or have attended Dalry Primary School in the past. The Primary7’s served tea & coffee, then gave a tour of the school and finally Caitlin, Emma and Ada presented some of the work on WW that the class had been doing. This event was a huge success and was enjoyed by all who attended.