Category Archives: Primary 7 Blog

Pupil Council News – FUNNY FUNDRAISING

We had a meeting on TEAMS this week to chat about fundraising with Aaron, Mia and Leila. We decided that we would definitely like to have a bit of fun on Red Nose Day 19th March. So get your giggling muscles ready!

We are going to ask people to send us a picture of their funniest face! You can use filters or just your facial muscles to make us giggle! please email pictures to by THURSDAY 18th March.

Then you can get creative and design a superhero – FUNNY IS A SUPER POWER! The Pupil Council will judge all entries and there will be prizes for each class. Sheets will be available from 15th.

Last, but not least, we are challenging every class to find their TOP TEN JOKES. We will publish them on our blogs so you can join in the laughter at home!

A donation of £1 would be greatly appreciated and we hope everyone will join in the fun!

( we will also be asking for your copper coins to help with experiments during SCIENCE WEEK 15th MARCH, and we’ll pop them in the fundraising as well. So have a wee search down the back of the sofa please)

Fantastic Friday in Primary 7

Happy Friday Primary 7! I hope you have all had a good week. Our star of the week for this week is: 

Once again, you have demonstrated your hard work at home and submitted a range of wonderful work. Well done! 

I hope you all have a wonderful weekend.

Take care.

Mrs Harrison

Primary 7 Home Learning Friday 5th of March

The link above includes guidance for today’s learning.

Please keep in touch and share any learning you have been doing via:

  • P7 Teams (using Office 365 Login)
  • Comment on this blog post (text only)

Any questions or anything you are unsure about, please let me know.

I look forward to hearing from you,

Mrs Harrison

Assembly 4th March – The Stars!

Good Afternoon, I hope that you are all well and have avoided the rain today. So here is the assembly celebrating success this week and showing off how great the young people at Royal Mile can be!!! Miss Murray’s World Book Day Assembly is great too!