The Digital Leaders at St Mary's have been busy this week running their own lunchtime workshops on a variety of tools provided through Office 365 and Glow. They worked on created their own poems in Word and practised sharing with their partners. ...read more
In Primary 4 at Tynewater we have been hunting for right, acute and obtuse angles in the playground. Pupils used iPod touches to capture the images, annotate them to add the angles and labels, and then record their voices explaining why this angle was a particular...read more
National Digital Learning Week will be taking place on 14-18 May and this year Education Scotland are celebrating the Year of Young People, and encouraging young people in Scotland to showcase and share their digital ideas and talents. Last year 436 activities took...read more
This year primary 4 at Roslin Primary School have spent time learning how to use Signalong as a form of communication. The pupils had a lot of say in what signs they learnt thinking about what would be useful for them day to day in the classroom. In the beginning the...read more
Mauricewood Primary were performing at the Big Bang Project 2018 in March at Newbattle High School with Infectious Grooves. Pupils from Primary 5 & Primary 6 thoroughly enjoyed the experience to perform in a large ensemble with High School pupils. Thank you to...read more
Mauricewood Primary School were delighted to host a Fischy Music concert on Wednesday 18th April for P5, P6 and P7 pupils. Children from Sacred Heart Primary School and Cuiken Primary School were also in attendance. The children had a fantastic time, singing along...read more
Primary 5 and Primary 6 at Bonnyrigg Primary School have just finished performing “Alice – The Musical” to the school, their parents and carers. The children worked so hard learning many songs, and principal roles learned lots of lines. Staff worked tirelessly...read more
The Newtongrange Book Fairies are coming and guess what.... They LOVE reading!!! They want to share their love for reading with the whole community and over the weekend will be hiding books around the school and rest of the community for everyone to find! The idea...read more
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