Primary 7

Primary 7 Bees Project

Bees Are Amazing!

Did you know, there are about 25,000 types of bees in the world, with probably more species awaiting discovery?

Were you aware that most species are solitary, that males cannot sting, and that collectively, they help to pollinate an estimated one third of all the food we eat?

Primary 7 have been learning about bees and how we can help them...

Take a look at the photos when we enjoyed tasting some honey on toast! The class have enjoyed learning all about bees and how important they are as well as designing honey posters and labels and honeycomb printing! It definitely has left them buzzzzzzing!!

Primary 7 STEM Project

Primary 7 pupils spent the day exploring electric circuits, pulleys, wheels, axles and bearings to make their own electric pulley buggies.

This wonderful opportunity for was provided to the children through STEM Learning.

STEM is the largest provider of education and careers support in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM).

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Primary 7 Argory Trip

On Tuesday Primary 7 stepped back into the Victorian era at The Argory near Armagh.

The visit connected with the current World Around Us topic of The Victorians. The children were involved in a most creative day as they found out that so many of our modern day Christmas traditions have their roots from Victorian times. Children made Victorian Christmas cards using a technique of quilling and also made a corn angel. The fact that wealthy and poor children had a totally different Christmas 'experience' was also developed over the day.

The day was finished with Mr McCambley playing the organ and everyone singing 'Away in a Manger' on the landing of this beautiful Victorian house.

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