A big THANK YOU to Miss Finlayson and Mr Madine for organising a super fun Health Week last week. This week we will be continuing on that theme, learning about types of food/diets (of human AND dinosaur) and the importance of sleep, as well as writing up our JASS adventure.
- Maths – We will be revising TIME – focussing on the calendar year. Try listening and singing along to this song at home or play this game to see if you can rearrange the months.
- Reading – This will be our last week of reading homework before we need to audit the books ready for next year. Please, if you have any school books hiding at home, we would love to have them back at school!
- Education City – Very soon, your next class teacher will be having a look at your scores, so make sure you have completed your tasks…
- Tricky words – See if you can watch this video and shout out the word when Miss Copeland shows them to you slowly or if you want a challenge, see if you can do it quickly!
- Sounds – Try using these flashcards to check your vowel digraphs (ee, igh, oo) and consonant digraphs (ch, sh, th). Do you know them all?
Primary 1 had great fun competing in their sports day. We participated in our house groups and our scores will be added up along with the rest of the school. Best of luck!
Outdoor learning at Johnstone Terrace Nature Reserve
We had so much fun at Johnstone Terrace that we forgot to take any photos! Here is a little snap of us having a closer look at some of the things we wanted to explore a little closer when we got back to school.
JASS – Adventure – Treasure Hunt!
WOW! Primary 1 were BRILLIANT at finding clues, solving the riddles and exploring our local area. I didn’t realise we had so many trees in our school play ground. Did you? They also worked so well as a team, turning the pieces of the jigsaw until it revealed a picture of Roary the Allosaurus from Lapworth Museum of Geology! We were super excited that the treasure hunt did actually end with TREASURE!
Wake up, shake up!
A big thank you to our Primary 6 Buddies who led an excellent socially distanced Wake Up, Shake Up for us on Tuesday morning. What a great start to the day!
The weather forecast is predicted to be sunny at the beginning of this week. Make sure to bring a sun hat and put on your sun cream before coming to school HOWEVER we always recommend bringing a rain coat in your bag as the weather is notoriously changeable.
Keep up the great work, team!
Miss Copeland, Mrs McGlashan and Mrs B