Why we’ve got to a good start!

In C6 we have got off to a good start because we are all starting to make new friends. We are enjoying being in the big class and we have been working in lots of different groups. When we did outdoor learning, we were working with partners we didn’t know and this helped us to get to know each other. We had to have courage and self confidence to work with people we don’t know and use team work skills to make sure everyone was feeling included.


We have been learning about Place Value and learning or practising the names of each of the columns. We were practising reading and writing large numbers.

We had a practise of multiplying different numbers by 10, including large numbers and decimals and we know that the rule is:

Move all digits together one place to the left.


We are learning about Traditional Tales and getting used to speaking and using Gaelic again.

We have been writing diary entries based on a story called Bodach na t-Sìlein Eòrna.

We have also been writing a short story based on a story called Babushka.

C6…The start of a great year!

Health and Well being

To start C6, we went for a friendship walk in the park and we talked about all of the things we did during lock down to help our mental health. We made posters for a school display to show ideas for helping mental health. We made our own C6 motto’s for the year, these were to help us to keep our principles throughout the year. Some examples of our personal motto’s are:

  • Look around and you will see kindness everywhere
  • Kindness can take over the world
  • Start a day with friendship
  • One smile can change someone’s day
  • Treasure your friendships or your time will be spent in darkness
  • Don’t be ashamed of your mistakes
  • Kindness = friendship = happiness

We have also made a class tree to help us to stick to the class rules and it was a fun way to remind us all of what we have agreed. Here are the class rules that we made:

  • Be Respectful
  • Be safe
  • Look after our things
  • Listen
  • Speak Gaelic
  • Be kind and helpful

Skills for life, creativity and work

Every Friday, all of C6 can do a special learning project, for example, last Friday, we had groups doing:

  • Coding
  • Planning Woodwork projects
  • Baking Brownies
  • Planning a play
  • Practising Football skills
  • Outdoor Learning
  • Building a roller coaster from K-nex
  • Dancing and skipping – teamwork and coordination

We also learned how to be safe and think about risk when we were using sharp knives and an oven to make pizzas as a class.

We have huge red jotters for using on a Friday where we can plan out what we are doing and write in what we have been learning.


We have started to work on independent tasks and we tried building models out of pasta and blu tack. We have also combined maths, technology and art to create our own board games.

Eco Friendly

C6 are remembering to recycle what we can in our classroom. We are collecting plastic pots etc. for our junk modelling. As a class we are also trying hard not to waste any resources, e.g. putting pen lids and glue lids on and looking after the books in our class library. Some children have been thinking about trying to organise a litter pick in the park (this is tricky just now because of Covid).

Outdoor Learning

We have done a lot of activities to help us to get to know children in the other class.


In sports, we have been working on fitness. We tried a beep test and it was hard but mostly fun! We warmed up by jogging around a course of cones because we were learning about why warm ups and cool downs are important. We also played dodge ball. We had fitness stations and tried each of these exercises:

  • Tricep Dips
  • Shuttle runs
  • Mountain Climbers
  • Burpees
  • Squats
  • Lunges
  • Jumping Jacks
  • Wall sits

22.06.20 C4-7 Cuairt-dànachd Innse Gall | Hebridean Adventure

An t-seachdain mu dheireadh den teirm, agus ged nach b’ urrainn dhuinn falbh air thursan fad na teirm seo tha sinn gus falbh air turas tron obair againn air an t-seachdain seo! Fàilte oirbh gu Eileanan Innse Gall! Gheibh sibh an seo blasad de na h-Eileanan le iomadh diofar cur seachad and pìosan Eachdraidh ri fhaicinn tro na gnìomhan a tha an seo! Tha sinn an dòchas gun còrd iad riut.  Ma tha airson gin den obair seo a shealltainn dha na tidsearan agaibh faodaidh sibh sin a dhèanamh anns an dòigh àbhaisteach.  Deagh thuras dhuibh!

It’s the last week of term, and although we haven’t been able to go on any ‘real life’ trips lately we are going on a virtual one this week.  Welcome to the Hebrides! This week you will get a taste of the many different activities offered across these islands and also a taste of some of their history, through the activities you will complete.  We hope you enjoy them.  If you would like to show any of your teachers your work you are invited to do so in the usual way. Have a great trip!

C4-7 Adventure Grid

C6H agus C6P – leabhran eadar-ghluasaid / transition booklet

Seo beagan fiosrachaidh dhuibh mu dheidhinn cò ris a tha sinn an dùil a  bhios an sgoil coltach an dèidh saor-laithean an t-samhraidh.  Tha cùisean ag atharrachadh fad na h-ùine ged-tà.  Gheibh sibh barrachd fiosrachaidh nuair a thig e thugainn!

The following booklet gives some information about what we expect school will be like for pupils after the summer holidays.  However, as you are aware, the situation is ever-changing.  We will share any updates with you as we receive them.

C6H a’tilleadh dhan sgoil

 C6H return to school

C6P a’tilleadh dhan sgoil

C6P return to school

Fàilte gu Clas 6!

Hallo Clas 6!

Ciamar a tha sibh?

Fàilte don chlas ùr agaibh – tha sinn air bhioran mun ath-bhliadhn’!

Tha sinn air dhà neo thrì rudan spòrsail a chruthachadh air ur son – tha sinn an dòchas gun còrd iad ribh!

  1. https://youtu.be/sgzJFQ_9B9U
  2. Transition Day C6HP 2020
  3. C6HP Farpais cheist

Tioraidh an-dràsta 🙂

Ms Hoy agus Ms MacPhail

Hello C6,

How are you all?

Welcome to your new class – we are so excited about next year!

We have prepared a couple of fun activities for you to do – we hope you enjoy them!

Bye for now 🙂

Ms Hoy and Ms MacPhail