Our chosen country is Australia. We have been learning all about how Christmas Day is celebrated in Australia. The temperature in Australia on Christmas Day can range between 30-40°C with the hottest temperature recorded on Christmas Day in South Australia Read More
We were delighted to welcome our family and friends to Danestone, to watch our ‘Around the World’ Performance, on Thursday 12th December. We had over 300 guests, over the two performances and the pupils were absolutely amazing. They shared the 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.
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
The pupils of Danestone were invited to attend The Oor Wullie Big Bucket Trail, Farewell Celebration, at Marischal College today. It was an opportunity for the pupils to see all the Oor Wullie sculptures created by schools across Aberdeen and Read More
Mrs Sayer has been very busy this term, teaching pupils in P1, P1/2, P3, P4 and P4/5. The pupils have been developing the skills they were working on in term 2 and increasing the amount of vocabulary they use. They 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!
The Primary 3 pupils have been learning how to talk about their families in Mandarin.
Today we had a wonderful day of performances! The pupils from P1-5 put on a Musical performance for their parents and friends. It was fantastic to hear all the amazing singing. We have uploaded some clips from today for you Read More
Along with primary 4/5, primary 3 learned and performed the songs ‘Pack up your troubles’ and ‘It’s a long way to Tipperary’ at our Community Cafe. This was the culmination of all the boys and girls hard work and they Read More