The Sandaig blogs have been running since 2004, it is now time to move to a newer system for the schools blogging. We have installed wordpress and are going to use that for most of the blogging at Sandaig from now on.
The new blog address is:
Where you will find the sort of posts you use to find on the old Sandaig otter's blog, the poetry blog, Sandaig TV and all the other blogs. The only exceptions are the Head Teacher's blog, which is staying right were it is: HT News and the Eco blog which will move to http://www.sandaigprimary.co.uk/eco.
If you link to the Sandaig blogs you may like to update your links. The older blogs will stay here for reference but comments will be closed in the near future.
Credits: Poems Primary 6sj
Audio Recording: Abbie
Video Editing mentoring: Brandon
Background music: David (garageband)
This is the first cut of the movie, we may make some changes if we have time next week.
For the AllStars.
Hopefully there will some written reports post to Sandaig Otters and the Primary Six SJ blogs tomorrow. Fischy Music.
Primary six and some of primary 5 helped the Fischy folk to teach lots of great songs to the whole school.
A team from primary 6 filmed the whole process and groups of primary six edited the video.
Thanks to Suzanne and Sandy for a great day! Primary 4 Assembly .
A group of Primary Sevens filmed the whole thing and Mr Macfadyen edited the video, here it is:
Dream Dragon project. Movies filmed by Primary Six.
click on the pictures to view the movies.National Construction Week (NCW) 2005 Primary Six and Seven went to the Glasgow Science Centre to build a bridge. You can see some movies edited by the children by clicking on the images below.
click here to download
P3N made a dragon costume for three people and practiced a dance accompanied by Chinese style music using drums and cymbals.
Both dances were performed at the whole school assembly that Miss Murdoch and Miss Neilson gave about traditional Chinese New Year celebrations and customs. Everyone enjoyed them immensely. Chinese people do lion dances at New Year because they believe it scares away any evil spirits or bad luck. This means they will have good luck for the coming year.
According to the Chinese calendar 2005 is the year of the rooster. Anyone born in this year is believed to be a pioneer in spirit. They are devoted to work and quest after knowledge.
Happy Chinese New Year!
The video was filmed and Edited by Emma, Lauren and Steven from Primary Six