Category Archives: P1B 2018-19
P1b have had a busy final week of primary 1, we have had our achievement assembly, our whole school trip to the Meadows, a joint PE session with P1a and time to play and socialise with our friends. All of … Continue reading
This afternoon the whole school had a wonderful time at the Meadows. The children enjoyed playing in the sunshine with their friends.
This morning was the P1-3 achievement assembly where we celebrated all of the children’s learning and achievements from over the year. Each class did a short presentation to share their learning.
We enjoyed a fantastic Sports Day on Friday, as the whole school descended on the Meadows for this eagerly-awaited annual event. Pupils participated in a series of team relay races, competing for points for their team and their house, followed … Continue reading
P1 had a brilliant visit to Gorgie Farm. The children had a tour of the farm and enjoyed seeing all the animals. We learned lots of interesting facts about the animals including what they need to be happy and healthy … Continue reading
Assembly P1b had their class assembly on Monday afternoon. All of the children were super stars! All of the children who had chosen to speak, shared their learning during the assembly to the large audience. Our picture holders also did … Continue reading
Well done to all our Preston Street pupils, past and present, who took part in the Edinburgh Marathon Festival 2019. Pupils from P1 to P7, and some notable former pupils, participated in the various junior races which took place … Continue reading
The children enjoyed playing in our classrooms and in the learning zones over the last 2 weeks. Last week the children participated in the following activities: In the Sensory Zone the children were reading the book ‘Funny Bones’ and completed … Continue reading
The children have been working hard with Miss Elming. Next week will be Miss Elming’s final week of full responsibility. Myself and Miss Elming will both be present in class until the end of term. Literacy The children have been … Continue reading