On Wednesday 13th of October the class went to Roslin War Memorial. I have written a report to tell you a bit about the Memorial.
How far it is from Roslin School
If you walk through the park out of the school, keep walking till you get to a passage way with a big bush. Then at the end of the passage way youwill be at the Main Road. If you cross the road as if you are going to Rosslyn chapel. You will arrive at the War Memorial. The street it is on is called penicuik Road.
What it looks likes
The Memorial is made of little grey stones. The cross at the top is made up of celtic patterns. The memorial is a trianglar spaced wall. The cross sits on top of the trianglar spaced Wall. On the front of the trianglar wall is loads of men’s names, who died in the (1914-1918) War. Their names are carved on the top part of the memorial. On the bottom of the memorial there are men’s names that died in the second World War (1939- 1945). There were paths beside the memorial and really well looked after flowers. There is a really tall hedge behind the memorial.
Number of men that fought for us
When I counted there were 55 men that fought in the first world war and from the second there were 29 names. I don’t think anyone was related to me. But someone had the same name as my nana and grandad.
How I felt
It was an emotional feeling reading all these names and thinking that they came from the same place as me. They didn’t even have a chance to live their lives.
I hope you enjoyed my report and that you will go and see the War Memorial for yourself.
By Hanna P6
Over the last few months I have built up confidence and I have had fun. Lewis
I have become louder and clearer and I can perform in front of an audience. Aaron
Now I am a lot more confident in front of an audience. Dean
I am sure that next year the P7s will love it as much as we did. Dylan
I have learnt all my lines but I though I could never learn all of them! Lewis
I have learnt all my lines and I couldn’t wait until the Launch Day! Cameron
My voice is louder now and I feel more confident in front of other people. I am better at remembering words. Kieran
Our class were building brick towers. Here are some pictures.
Here are some art peices from primary 3. We read ‘James and the Giant peach’ and we have all created a picture to put onto the giant peach.
it was hard but fun. Igot it wrong the first time but here is my picture. connor p4.
this is may exploding shape it is pink. it startedas a circle. amy p4.
This is a picture to represent what the soldiers saw each day when they were at war in 1914 – 1918 and it made them think of home. It was also the first flower that grew after the war ended.
By Robbie p6
On Monday we went into the hall and the school sang a song for the cd. I enjoyed it because I like singing.
We did ‘I can sing a rainbow’, ‘I know an old lady’, ‘How much is that doggy in that window’. It was fun.
We painted bonfire pictures and made rockets for bonfire night. We also wrote a poem.
Flames from the fire are crackling
I wrap up warm on bonfire night
Rockets fly into the air
Exploding fireworks sparkle in the dark
We all have hot chocolate
OOOOOh says everyone
Red fireworks explode in the sky
Keep pets indoors
Sparklers are the best
I think I have got better at saying things and standing in front of an audience. By Cameron