Our pupils worked with Mrs Duncan to create a pupil friendly Curriculum Rationale. This is used in class to support the pupils during discussion about the Vision, Values and Aims. Click on the link above to see our full Curriculum Read More
Every three weeks we change our skills school sessions, to allow the pupils to learn new skills and work with a different group of children. We get regular feedback from the pupils about the skills they want to learn and Read More
Mele Kalikimaka means Merry Christmas in Hawaiian. The first Christmas in Hawaii was celebrated in 1786. Before that, the native Hawaiians had a festival called Makahiki to honour the God Lono. This lasted four months, usually from mid-Autumn to the 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
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
Mr Lawless, a civil engineer visited P4/5 and P5 last week. We learnt that civil and structural engineers design many structures like houses, roads and bridges. We looked at pictures of structures which engineers had designed around the world as Read More
Our P5 children had an amazing day representing Danestone at the Aberdeen Youth Games at the Sports Village. A jam packed day to participate in hockey, badminton and tennis workshops led by sport’s students.
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.
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