As part of their Scottish Parliament topic P7 formed political parties and created their own part manifesto. Here they are trying to win over voter.
Yesterday the children of St Bride’s had wonderful opportunity to meet NASA Astronaut Douglas Wheelock and Rocket Scientist Heather Paul. The children listened to an account of space travel and had the chance to ask some interesting questions. Douglas explained how he lived for six months on the International Space Station and Heather explained the science… continue reading »
Some children from Primary 6 and 7 visited Celtic Park for a guided tour.
St. Bride’s Dance team, ‘Rhythm Rascal’ were competing in the Holyrood dance competition. The children showcased their fresh moves and proved that they are able to compete against any school. Well done ‘Rascals’, we are proud of your hard work and dedication. A special shout out to Mrs Logue for all of her hard work… continue reading »
Primary 6 went to the Kelvin Hall today for an animation workshop. they learned about the history of animation and made their own Thaumatropes. After that we stopped by Kelvingrove museum to see Dippy the Diplodocus and to take part in a museum treasure hunt. All in all, it was a great day of active… continue reading »
Primary 6 have been learning about Fairtrade. Today they role played as Colombian banana farmers and learned some harsh lessons about the difficulties that people in other parts of the world face every day. The children work collaboratively in groups to produce bananas and displayed excellent teamworking skills. They discovered that the Fairtrade movement helped… continue reading »