Category Archives: P6 Room 20

Did you know the Victorians invented ice cream?

Today we made ice cream by shaking milk, sugar and vanilla essence together in a bag surrounded by salt covered ice. We had varying levels of success and learnt an…

P6 Judo Sports Relief Taster Session

P6 had a great time during our Judo taster session yesterday with Gordon. Here are some photos of the fun we had.

How to fix a broken wing!

Today, Catherine Wheels Theatre company performed ‘How to Fix a Broken Wing’ to P5 and P6 pupils. The story was based on a Japanese Folk Story and had messages about…

P6 Transition Day

P6 visited Harlaw today as part of their transition They were learning all about Children’s Rights. The children worked with pupils from Ferryhill, Hanover Street and Kaimhill School. We completed…

This Week in P6

This week in Maths, we’ve been learning about ‘Time’. We have been learning to convert times between minutes and hours and seconds and minutes.  We have also been revising our…

P6 Victorian Project

Today we started learning about the Victorians. We made a list of everything we already know and what we’d like to learn about. We also completed a timeline of the…

Broomhill Sharing the Learning Day

We had a fantastic time on Wednesday sharing our learning across the school, creating our clans and raking part in the Highland Games. Our pupils displayed confidence, good cooperation skills…

P6 Historical Walking Tour of Aberdeen

Today P6 took part in a Historical Walking Tour around the streets of Aberdeen to learn about the history of our city. Allan led the trip which started on Whitehall…

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There continues to be a problem with the website subscriptions.  Currently those subscribed are not getting notified when a new post is made.  This is currently being investigated by the…

Building Bridges with K’Nex

Yesterday Ann from K’Next Generation visited P6 to do a bridge building workshop. We worked in groups of 2-4 to build a bridge, using K’Nex, that could cross a certain…

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