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.
Charities Committee Food Bank! The charities committees have decided this term to run a food bank to give donations to those less fortunate than us. The food bank will run from Monday 7th October until Thursday 10th October. All the Read More
All of the Primary 1’s and 2’s have been focusing on our school values during Life & Ethos this term. We focused on kindness and fairness in the last 2 meetings. The children were given some tasks to do and Read More
After a trip to the Fairy Woods at Fedderate, pupils were asked to create their own Fairy Woods or Fairy Door. Parents were invited into school so that children could showcase their beautiful designs. Well done Primary 1-3!
In October 2018, we introduced Skills School to Danestone. Skills School is held every Friday at 11.15am and is an opportunity for pupils to work together and learn new skills. Skills School runs a three week rotation, with the pupils Read More
Danestone had a wonderful time on Thursday, celebrating World Book Day. We had a whole school Readathon, where the children shared a story with a member of staff. Everyone got involved and the children enjoyed listening to a wide range Read More
Today we welcomed some Primary 3 pupils to our ECO group. We explained to them what we had been focusing on so far this year and then took them out to the Willow Den to explore. We hung up our Read More
Today we held a whole school assembly to celebrate Robert Burns Day. The pupils performed a range of poems, dances and songs. It was wonderful to have everyone together sharing their learning.
The Primary 3 pupils have been learning how to talk about their families in Mandarin.