Pupils from P6 visited Saheliya today, to represent Broughton at a celebration they were holding and do some gardening. Saheliya is a local specialist mental health and well-being support organisation, and one of our partners in our Gardening project funded by Leith Chooses. The girls were great ambassadors for the school!
Please follow this link to visit the Lagganlia website for further information about accommodation, activities and more-
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Here is a small selection of the fantastic homework that Primary 6A have produced this term. Well done to all of the children for their fantastic efforts and creativity. Thanks also go to all of the parents and carers who have supported the children with these tasks.
Primary 6A have been learning about respectful interactions between each other and other children. During our lessons we decided to create a film about bullying. The link about how we should treat others and how bullies treat people was obvious to the children. We had a lot of discussions about what to do in these situations and what helps if you feel bullied. The children storyboarded the movie individually, then as a group before we amalgamated all of their ideas into the final film. Their ideas were superb and the finished product is excellent. Enjoy.
Well done to all of Primary 6 for a visit to Drummond Community High School. We visited the school’s breakfast club facilities on Wednesday 13th March. The S6 pupils who run the club gave us some interesting information about what is available to pupils of Drummond and also took the pupils on a ‘Treasure Hunt’ tour around the building. All children were offered the choice of cereal, toast and pancakes; alongside juice and water. Staff were fed as well! The children were a credit to us and the school.
As Primary 6 are nearing our performance date for ‘On This A Winter’s Night’ we are practising our songs and have made willow stars for the occasion. To see how these are used you will all have to come and see us on the night. 3rd December, Queen’s Hall! Don’t miss it.
During Primary 6A’s Building Resilience learning we read ‘Only One You’ by Linda Kranz. The children were tasked with following the illustration style by creating fish stones! We re-read the book and identified features of the illustration then painted our own stones in a similar style.