P7A and P7B Blog


Friday 1st July:

Last Week of P7

Buddy Stories

The P7’s have been working very hard over the last few weeks to create stories for their buddies. They were tasked with the challenge of writing an enjoyable story which has a clear moral. The class, not only, worked hard on writing these stories, but also worked hard on creating the illustrations for their stories. Thankfully the P1 children really enjoyed listening to them.

Mrs Durie’s Special Day

Thursday was Mrs Durie’s final day of work before retiring. The class decided to make this day Mrs Durie’s Special Day. The children all shared their special thoughts about Mrs Durie.

Year Book Signing

The children also got their yearbooks on Thursday. They spent time during the day getting these, and their school shirts signed.

P7 Leavers’ Assembly

Thank you to everyone who came to our P7 show. The pupils put so much effort into learning their lines and putting on the best performance they could! Before we dismantled Mrs Crawford’s amazing Harry Potter-themed scenery, we snuck into the hall to take some photos of the cast onstage:

Friday 24th June:

Highlights from the last couple of weeks…!

Sports Day

The Quali

Games Afternoon

P1 Buddies

Birthday Surprise

It was lovely to be surprised by the class this morning with balloons, streamers, cake and pressies for my birthday today. I was very overwhelmed and felt quite emotional. What a lovely bunch you all are. Thank you.

Friday 27th May:


Congratulations certificate winners.


Some of our P6 & P7 pupils represented CKPS at the Saughton Cross Country Festival yesterday. Mrs Ross and Mrs Crawford took the along. Mrs Ross said,

They all ran well and should be proud of running the distance.

Appx 130 in each race. There were a lot of schools there.

Elliot Grant P7 best finisher for us 33rd.

Several others were top 50.


The excitement is building in P7 as we start to make and write our quali invitations.


Great fun this week using our latest coding resource ’sphero’. The challenge was to build a ramp and code the sphero to move up the ramp, stop and then move down the ramp. Sounds straight forward but it wasn’t as easy as it sounds.

Friday 20th May:


What a morning we had at Forrester High School on Tuesday. It was such a great opportunity to meet and work with some of the P7 pupils from Murrayburn Primary, some of the S3 pupils from Forrester and some of the maths teachers. There were definitely a few nerves when we first arrived but everyone did so well in their groups and came away smiling, many talking about the new people they had met and worked with.