Stoneywood-Dyce Cricket Club t we will be running junior cricket coaching sessions every Friday from 18:15-19:15 at Aker Active in Dyce The coaching programme has been developed to target the 4-16 age group to ensure that all skill levels, from Read More
Yesterday P7 led our Assembly. They used this time to share all the wonderful learning that has been going on in their class this term. The pupils were all in charge of different parts of the assembly and talked us Read More
This week we created bird feeders as part of our memorable moments for our Talk for Writing Owl Babies topic. The children had a great time looking for spots to place their feeders.
Last week we started another three-week cycle of Skills School and the pupils signed up to learn a new skill. This week, we walked around to capture some clips of what they are learning. It is fantastic to watch the Read More
Seesaw is a platform for student engagement that inspires students of all ages to do their best. Students use creative tools to take pictures, draw, record videos and more to capture learning in a portfolio. Sharing learning is an essential part of Read More
Lego Robotics Problem Solving By Cameron Pritchard On the 6th of November we learnt how to program and make Lego robots with John from Computer Xplorers. There were many problems and challenges we faced along the way. My favourite robot Read More
Today was the first time that our Primary 1 had joined in with skills school and it was great to see them working alongside our older pupils. Our First Aid group were learning lots of important new skills, including what Read More
The pupils in P2/3 have been reading the book, Owl Babies by Martin Waddell. Yesterday in class the pupils came in to find that they had to investigate the disappearance of Mummy Owl.
Today in Assembly, P4-7 pupils discussed the ‘Right to Play’ and how it was important to ensure everyone is included. The pupils watched a film, based on a true story about a boy with cerebral palsy. After watching the film Read More
Well done to the Charities Committee who organised a food bank collection. Instant neighbour collected the food parcels to distribute to those in need. Well done, to the Charities Committee.