Our P7 Week!

This week in Primary 7, we have been looking at characterisation for Literacy, and also ‘Data and Analysis’ during Maths. Also, in Music, we looked at Music from the Sixties! We’ve been very busy, but hereΒ are some more details about all the Primary 7 fun!

We learnt about indirect characterisation and we used it in our writing too. We learnt what ‘STEAL’ stands for when talking about characterisation :



Effects on Others



and how to use them while writing.

In Math, we created a Database on real information from our class pupils. We also created a pie chart using the information we collected.

During Reading, we have been working in two groups. One group has been reading The Borrowers by Mary Norton. The other group has been working on and reading from The Amazing Story of Adolphus Tips byΒ Michael Morpurgo.

And lastly, during Topic Work, we loooked at how different tectonic plate interactions cause different types of natural disasters in different areas of the World.

By Lucy and Sarah.


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13 Responses to Our P7 Week!

  1. Dalal.G says:

    Cool topic! πŸ˜€ I might look it up on the internet. πŸ˜€

  2. Sarah P7 says:

    Hi Dolly
    Hope you come back soon!!! But meanwhile, have fun in the sights of Egypt and when you get back you’re sitting next to me with Rocco and Calum (hurry back soon pleeeeeeeease!) πŸ™‚ πŸ™‚ πŸ™‚ 😦 😦 😦

  3. Dalal.G says:

    Lol Sarah, I’m coming back on Monday to school! πŸ˜€ I just came home so YEAH! Of course ill come and save you from the boys, lol πŸ˜›

  4. Lottie Williams says:

    Thats GREAT to hear! Can’t wait to see you on Monday! πŸ˜€

  5. Rocco.T says:

    The blog looks great I like a lot and I looked at the art pictures and the clay models of earth well done! :-)!!!

  6. kienan says:

    I like your volcanos !!!

  7. Rachel.u says:

    the wholle blog is SUPER!

  8. rachel.u says:

    woo hoo! go p7

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