The attached link is a film produced by the South East Improvement Collaborative (SEIC) to promote the work of the group. The SEIC covers the Borders, the Lothians, Edinburgh and Fife. The purpose of the SEIC is to encourage teachers to work proactively and collaboratively to share best practise and ideas and therefore develop the best possible learning environment and opportunities for children. The recently produced promotional film features Roslin Primary 7 teacher, Mr Burt, who was part of a collaborative workshop, along with filming that was done within our own Primary 7 classroom.
This is a copy of the presentation Colin McCabe (Development Officer for Digital Learning) presented at Roslin Primary for all parents on 11th June 2019. It was extremely informative and main messages were around becoming responsible digital citizens.
On Friday 7th June, the Primary 7’s prepared a three course lunch for their parents and staff.
The event took place in Roslin Primary School and all food was prepared by Primary 7’s as part of our Collaborative Programme with Edinburgh College. The children also managed all front of house duties on the day.
What a fantastic event!
This design encapsulates all the work we do on Equality and Diversity at Roslin Primary. It is so important that we all treat each other respectfully and we learn about all the different cultures and countries. We have children from all over the world at Roslin and Inclusion is at the centre. Oor Wullie loves travelling to all these different exciting places … especially on a City Link bus!
Another year of a very successful Health Week took place from 29th April to Friday 3rd May. During this week the children took part in a range of instructor-led physical activities such as: Rugby, Football, Hockey, Disability Sport, Bowls (P4-7), American Football (P4-7) and Kic Dance. Classes also carried out experiments to show the importance of good hand hygiene and how to stop the spread of germs. Furthermore teachers took the children through the St John’s Ambulance “Heartstart” programme. The week ended with our annual “Walk in the Glen”!
We are delighted to announce that two talented pupils from our school are to have their winning designs featured in the Scotland-wide Oor Wullie BIG Bucket Trail Challenge!
The Oor Wullie BIG Bucket Trail is the first ever nationwide public art trail and will hit the streets of Scotland’s cities in the summer.
As the overall winner of the Scottish Citylink’s partnership competition P7 pupil Eva Young will see her Oor World flag design feature on the side of a Citylink coach. A miniature sculpture of her Oor Wullie will also be in Edinburgh Bus Station, as part of the trail from Monday 17 June.
Meanwhile, P7 pupil Ava McDonald’s Oor Learning design won the top prize within the school. It too will feature on the Edinburgh art trail.
A total of 70 schools in Scotland are being represented in the city trails along with other community organisations.
Well done girls!