P5 created their own still life using natural forms such as shells and stones . They looked at the different values of very light to very dark to create their artwork.
St John’s dominated this week’s Sumdog Edinburgh Contest with four classes placed in the top 10. P5A came in 10th place, P4B climbed to 8th place overall. P6B did an amazing job to finish as runners up only 4 points from the top spot which was claimed by P4A! An incredible effort by all the children and their teachers, such dedication to answering 1000 questions each. To have four classes in the top 10 out of 240 classes who entered is a fantastic achievement!
In addition to this, P3A were the daily winner on the 8th June and P6B’s storming finish saw them crowned daily champion on Thursday 10th June.
Aqsa in P6B also made the top 10 for individual pupils with an impressive score of 969 correct answers out of 1000. Over 2350 pupils took part, so very well done Aqsa!
Great job St John’s, we are very proud of your efforts.
P5 spent time looking at tie dye pattern techniques . They experimented on paper with markers and water to see what would happen when ink and water meet.
They then took their ideas onto our new art aprons.
Aren’t they bright and bold! Well done p5, art time is going to be even more colourful
In Primary 5 we have been learning about the science of sound. Today for our last lesson we made videos, presentations and posters to share our learning. Here is Oliwia and Nicola’s video for you to watch and learn from!
The artists of P5a have been enjoying themselves creating pictures of endangered animals for our topic display. We also thought we’d share a photo of our blossom tree which we created together before the Easter holiday when we were beginning to spot signs of spring. Now that the spring weather is here it feels like the right time to share it with you all.
Have a wonderful weekend!