Latest Posts

14
MAY

Primary 3 Health Week 1 We have been participating in the Daily Mile. We have found this difficult to start with but as the week has gone on we have found it getting easier. Fitness with Mrs Saunders was a big hit! We really enjoyed doing superhero fitness moves. As we have been burning more ... Continue reading Health week 2021 Primary 3 →

14
MAY

Primary 4 are enjoying Health Week. We're halfway through Health Week and we're having a healthy time. Here are some of our comments: I love the Daily Mile. D It's the best week! S I love the Daily Mile because you get exercise and fresh air. T I liked ... Continue reading Health Week 2021 in Primary 4 →

12
MAY

We started off Health Week with outdoor Education. We were very lucky to have it this week as there are so many benefits to being outside in the fresh air. We were given a challenge in groups to build our own den which needed to be high enough for us to stand under and sheltered ... Continue reading P1 Start to Health Week →

12
MAY

What a magical time we have been having in primary 1. A friendly dragon has left us some letters explaining that his Fairyland is disappearing and that he needs our help. He has asked us to make a Fairyland in our classroom for all of the Fairyland characters. We read Jack and The Beanstalk and ... Continue reading Fairyland in Primary 1 →

11
MAY

We are proud Champions of National Numeracy Day ,the UK's only annual day dedicated to every day maths. On19 May, alongside the charity National Numeracy we are inviting everyone to join in any of the following activities. they are all free and good fun. 1)10:30am -Work it! How to use numbers to supercharge your job ... Continue reading National Numeracy Day May 19th →

09
MAY

DID YOU KNOW? Frogs can lay thousands of eggs at one time but very few become adult frogs. We found out that the collection of eggs frogs lay is called frogspawn. It looks like a large clump of jelly but is really lots of eggs stuck together. As the tadpoles inside each egg grow, they ... Continue reading Tay Class are learning about the Life Cycle of a Frog →

07
MAY

We have had a short but busy week in Primary 3! Continuing to use our skills outside we have been cutting branches with saws and hammering them into the ground to make a dead hedge. We hope that this will attract some living things that we can investigate. We also had the opportunity to use ... Continue reading Primary 3 →

07
MAY

We have had an unusual but busy week here in Primary 4! It was unusual because we were only at school on Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday! We learned that May is the Month of Mary. We learned facts about Mary and we made our Holy Table into a May Altar. We will be thinking about ... Continue reading A busy Week in Primary 4 →

07
MAY

Please follow the link below to access information about our forthcoming Health Week at St Mary's. https://sway.office.com/41NrniuYchC0aEea?ref=Link

05
MAY

This morning we enjoyed another Outdoor Learning session with Alice. We visited the local area woods and explored. It is always so much fun taking our learning outside. Here are some of our thoughts.,. Curtis - I love climbing tress, but I don't go too high because that's dangerous! Tyler - What I like about ... Continue reading Outdoor Learning fun - Primary 2 →

30
APR

We are continuing our mission to gain our john Muir award before the end of P6. We have enjoyed our time out doors over the past two weeks, especially with the weather improving. The outdoor learning specialist is equipping us with the knowledge and skills we need to improve our local environment. We have learned ... Continue reading John Muir Journey in P6 - 30.4.21 →

30
APR

In Primary 3 We have enjoyed our Wellbeing Wednesday with outdoor learning and PE. We spend most of the day outdoors! As well as planting seeds we have been building a dead hedge within the school grounds to create a wild area within the school grounds. We have also been building a smaill bug hotel ... Continue reading Primary 3 →