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Primary 4/5 – Term 4 Overview
Published: 24/04/2017

Please find attached the overview of our curriculum for this term.PARENTS LETTER – TERM 4 P4 5

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P1/2 and P4/5 give it HIGH 5!
Published: 05/04/2017

On Monday 3rd April both P1/2 classes and P4/5 were visited by West Highland College to support the children in their learning about healthy eating as part of the High 5 programme.  The children rotated around 4 stations where they learned how to make fruit smoothies, fruit kebabs, energy balls and vegetable crudites and dip. […]

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Joe Wicks HIIT workout
Published: 29/03/2017

On Tuesday P1/2N, P4/5, P5 and P7 children (and their teachers!) took part in a live HIIT workout with Joe Wicks (a.k.a. the Body Coach). HIIT stands for High Intensity Interval Training where you work really hard for a certain period of time and then rest before starting again. It is a great way to […]

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Red Nose Day 2017
Published: 24/03/2017

We have had a lot of fun celebrating Red Nose Day 2017 and have raised £500 so far…we are still counting! There was face painting, a cake stall and some children shared jokes in assembly. We managed to fill a MASSIVE red nose with money and we took part in a dance off. We added […]

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Primary 4/5
Published: 23/03/2017

As part of our topic ‘Chocolate’ Primary 4/5 had to design their own chocolate bar, write an advert for it and then produce the advert.  Here are the first of our adverts. Would they persuade you to buy the chocolate bar? The password for all videos is chocolate

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The Chocolate Box visit Primary 4/5
Published: 23/03/2017

On Tuesday 21st March, Allison Macdonald, the chocolatier from The Chocolate Box, Fort William joined Primary 4/5 to help them discover more about chocolate. We had a fabulous afternoon, making chocolate caramel cups, rolling ganache in different flavourings and toppings and making chocolate lollipops. It was brilliant fun and of course what we made was […]

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