Dèideagan agus Taighean! Toys and Houses!

Bha latha teicneòlas againn Diluain nuair a chrìochnaich sinn an taighean agus na dèideagan Bhictorianaich againn – tha taighean doile, tombola agus taighean mòr breagha againn. Nach eil iad àlainn!

We had a busy day on Monday of this week where we used our technology skills to make Victorian houses and toys, all out of recycled materials.  We think they are super!


Dèideagan Bhictorianach!

Tha sinn a’ dèanamh dèideagan bhictorianach sa chlas. Sgrìobh sinn stiùireadh an-dè agus thug sinn stuth a-steach bhon taigh.  Abair gu robh bùrach ann ach bha e spòrsail.  Cuiridh sinn crìoch orra an ath sheachdain.

We are making Victorian toys in class. We wrote instrucions yesterday and we took materials in from home.  It was a hive of activity but fun!  We will finish them off next week and take photos of our finished models.


AfRIS Workshops

Originally posted on Primary 6/7 ~ Miss Mullin and Mrs James: On Wednesday, our pupils enjoyed several astronomy workshops led by AfRIS: Astronomy for Remote and Island Schools. P6/7 started the day with an introduction to gravity, followed by the nature of light. P6/7s then took part in a workshop on “Stars and constellations” before listening to…

via AfRIS Workshops — Primary 6/7 ~ Miss MacDonald


Airson sgrìobhadh chruthaich sinn comaig strips leis na caractaran againn fhèin. Bha e spòrsail.

For writing this week, we created our own comic strips, it was fun.img_20190125_131713[1]

Clasrum Bhictorianach

Chruthaich sinn Clasrum Bhictorianach an seachdain seo, le Dunce anns an oisean!

We made a Victorain classroom display this week, complete with a dunce in the corner!


Na Bhictorianaich

Fàilte air ais! Welcome back to our new term – we have started learning about the Victorians and have already created our life sized Queen Victoria and Prince Albert!


HT Homework Writing Challenge — 2018/19 Glenurquhart Primary News — Primary 3/4 ~ Mrs McLean and Mrs James

A reminder that children should bring in their homework ‘books’ to share with their classes next week – Monday, 17th. I’m looking forward to reading all our budding author’s work. The sheet relating to this can be found in Newsletters section. via HT Homework Writing Challenge — 2018/19 Glenurquhart Primary News

via HT Homework Writing Challenge — 2018/19 Glenurquhart Primary News 

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