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Homework 23rd November

General homework for 23rd November 2020

Have a look at and have a go at the ‘Design a Helmet’ competition if you haven’t already! Why not send in a selfie we can add to the blog? Let Mrs Aylward know if you’d like to try either of these!

For Literacy – There is a task for your child’s tricky words and a writing task for your sounds (bl, cl and fl).
Maths – There are some activities for you to look at on Education City this week looking at adding and/or taking away. Please complete 2 games to consolidate on our work in adding and take away strategies.
Reading – Reading books will continue to go home this week on THURSDAY, please ensure that these are returned on Monday. Spelling and Maths work should be returned/completed on Thursday and will go out again on the following Monday.

P7 Homework for 16th of November


Please see the spelling patterns for this week. Choose an activity from the grid to complete at home. Remember, you can also upload photos or documents onto TEAMS for you homework instead of using the folders.

This week in Primary 7, we shall be looking at the challenges set by the Junior Road Safety Officers in P5. Instead of the reading comprehension task, have a look at the home tasks on the grid below. There is also a template that you can use to help you to design the helmet. You can email your entries to the office or upload on TEAMS.

Mental Maths

We are continuing our focus on mental maths in class. Please choose an option from those highlighted on the document attached.

Home Learning Week Commencing 23rd November

Hi Primary Six families,

I have uploaded the weekly summary grid with activities to consolidate learning at home. It would be fantastic to see examples of what you have been doing at home. These can be sent in with your child or emailed to

I have included the skill section of the JASS project as part of the home learning for this week. We will be working on recording this in school but time will also need to be dedicated to this at home. Your child could learn a new skill or continue working on one they already have. It could be as simple as helping to prepare the family meals or creating a project on something they are interested in. This can be evidenced by a picture or even a note from someone at home.

All the best!

Mr McPheely

P3’s Storytelling in November

Happy St Andrews Day – The Saturn Herald

Primary 3 enjoyed listening to the beginning of the Scottish Tale

‘The wee bannock’!

The Wee Bannock

We had a lot of fun teaming up and thinking of different ways for the story to continue. We particularly enjoyed acting out our versions of the story!

Most of all we liked creating our own booklets and presenting our endings.

We hope you will like them too! 🙂

Here are some more of our masterpieces:

And even more…

Keep reading for more fantastic stories…

Last but not least…

Do you know any other Scottish tales? P{lease use the paper in your homework folder and write it down! Looking forward to hearing all about them in class!
See You Soon