We had the BEST week in Lagganlia last week! From beginning to end, special moments were had and memories made. P7 are creating a Google Slides presentation (along with loads more photos) to show to all parents on the Open Afternoon on Wednesday 26th June. We look forward to seeing you then 🙂
Today we had PC Elliot in to talk to us all about substance misuse and the side of the law. It was really interesting and he told us real life stories. Cameron and Matthew also got searched and were found carrying drugs for own use and for dealing. We found out about how the police can search someone, the different sentences and what happens afterwards. We got to ask some questions and look through the ‘drugs boxes’ he took. Thank you to PC Elliot for his time.
Photos don’t do the fun we had today justice.
Today we spent some of our Burns Supper profits. We voted on what we wanted to with the money and decided upon a trip to Infinity Trampoline Park followed by a Domino’s FEAST! As we all wore out leavers hoodies, we got extra jump time for FREE which was amazing. We had loads of fun, and even managed to get Clare, Wendy and Miss Morgan in the foam pit!
Afterwards, we devoured a huge Domino’s feed and even got a treat (ice-cream, juice or sweetie) afterwards.
Unfortunately the weather meant we didn’t get to Whin Park but we enjoyed some time being together and using our Chromebooks, writing stories, drawing and being on the Sphero robots this afternoon.
Thank you to all who helped today and for all those who attended our Burns Supper!
On Wednesday 22nd May, we went to the Highland Rugby Club to play in a tournament with other schools that will go to Charleston. It was good fun and nice to meet others who will be in S1.
For the last three Wednesdays P7 contributed to Highland Rugby by taking a class on rugby. We started off by playing rugby style games eg (get the ball in the basket ), then we played a lot of hoik ball which the teams were boys vs girls and then in our last week we played proper tag rugby. It has been a lot of fun and we will be going to a rugby festival with other schools next week.
By Calum and Josh
What a super sports from beginning to end. We had sun and lots of laughs. Well done to all Primary 7 pupils for being great role models. It was lovely to see you all enjoying yourselves so much and cheering each other on.
Here is a little photo of the day, different to your usual P7 final sports day photo…
Today we have a golf taster session from the Muir of Ord golf club. They taught us some of the basic skills required for golfing and we got a chance to have a shot of some clubs and learn new skills and techniques. All children have taken an information poster home with information should they wish to join up. A big thank you to the Muir of Ord golf club for engaging with children in school’s, a super initiative!
On the 13th of March we did a road safety workshop on how to stay safe on the road. They did an interactive play as well testing our knowledge on road safety. Overall P6 and P7 found the workshop funny at some parts and interesting. Remember to keep safe on the roads and pavements. They showed us how far it would take a car travelling at 30mph in the perfect conditions to stop. It was shocking!
By Rico and Matthew
In class we wrote our own radio broadcasts about how orangutans in Sumatra need our help! What do you think, are they informative and persuasive?