P5/6 Mrs Murray's Class

P5/6 Mrs Murray's Class

Daily Mile

ActivitiesPosted by Mrs Murray Fri, March 15, 2019 02:40PM
We had great fun today with Johnny from Sustrans. He came in to launch the Daily Mile Challenge. Everyone participated even the teachers! Well done everyone for such a great effort.

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Odd Socks Day

EventsPosted by Mrs Murray Sun, March 10, 2019 01:02PM
The pupils all participated in Odd Socks Day on Friday 8th March. This was a fund raising activity for the Integrated Education Fund. Thank you to all the parents for their donations.

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Volcano Eruption

ActivitiesPosted by Mrs Murray Fri, December 21, 2018 09:34AM
The pupils have been learning all about volcanoes this half term. They researched famous volcanoes, studied the different types and enjoyed finding out how and why volcanoes erupt.

In groups the children made their own volcano and then used water,food colouring,baking soda and vinegar to make it erupt. They developed lots of thinking skills but particularly focused on Working With Others.

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Shared Education

EventsPosted by Mrs Murray Mon, November 19, 2018 07:44PM
Many thanks to all the parents who attended the Shared Education showcase session today at Parkhall Primary School.

The pupils have been working with their Shared Education partner for 8 sessions. They enjoyed finding out about each other and have developed many skills ,particularly working with others.

Throughout the sessions the children looked at similarities and differences between them and their partner, based around the Me Inc theme. This theme allowed them to compare and contrast themselves through Numeracy, Literacy and Art in addition to the PDMU area of the curriculum.

The project was very successful and all the children thoroughly enjoyed visiting another school and working with other pupils.

Finally a big thank you to all the pupils and Mrs Wray from Parkhall Primary who made this project so much fun and a great learning experience

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Ditch the Dark

EventsPosted by Mrs Murray Fri, October 26, 2018 09:47PM
A very big thank you to Johnny from Sustrans who promoted the need for active travel, particularly cycling.

To promote this the children came to school dressed in bright colours. They all looked so colourful and enjoyed learning about the importance of being visible when we walk or cycle to school.

In class the children all mapped out their journey to school and then identified the hazards that they encountered.

Well done to Darren, Halle and Maisie who won the class prizes for dressing the brightest.

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