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New rules

The Scottish Government have issued new rules to keep us safe and to prevent the spread of COVID-19. New rules can be confusing for us all.

Here is a visual representation of some of the new rules. They will help us all to understand them a bit better.

We will continue to check and follow local government advice.

Remember to clean your hands often and stay physically distanced from people who are not in your household.

Homework in Primary 7

As this is a short week, P7 will focus on Maths homework. There are 4 tasks on Education City, under the homework tab. These are to be completed by Thursday, 24th of September and relate to the angle work we have been doing in class. If you are stuck or it is simply not working for you, please do ask me.

If you would like to consolidate your spelling words at home, the link to the word patterns for this week are below. As is the spelling grid to choose an activity from.

From Monday, 28th of September, the homework folders will be going back and forth. This will contain spelling grids, paper, a reading comprehension relating to an Ebook on Activelearn and from time to time, a written maths task. Pupil login details will also be kept in folders. If you have a blue homework folder at home, please do bring it in as soon as you can.

Primary 2 Homework 22nd September

As this is both a short week and Maths Week, P2’s homework will focus on Maths tasks this week. There are some tasks on Education City, under the Homework tab. Please attempt to complete at least any 2 of these by this Thursday.
We have begun to review shape and the homework tasks are linked to this. If you have any issues accessing or completing the work please let me know.

You should also have ‘Aaaarrgghh Spider!‘ assigned on Active Learn to read and discuss with your child. We were starting to role play as different characters to answer questions as the character we chose while in class this afternoon.

We are still awaiting several homework folders to come back to begin to send the homework folders back and forth and we hope to begin this from next Monday, the 28th of September. Please do keep sending these back as you find them.
We are currently working with some whole class reading but in advance of group reading books, please sign up for a free account on Oxford Owls.

In general, please do check the blog on Mondays for homework information especially where we will be easing into homework and what this will involve. If you have any questions please don’t hesitate to contact me via the school office.

Regards,
Mrs Aylward

Tuesday 22nd September – RSHP

Dear Families, I am writing to share with you that we will soon begin the RSHP Education programme of Health and Well-being with Primary 1. There is a letter attached below for you to read about what your child will be learning about at school.

Learning at school (English)

Learning at school (Arabic)

Learning at school (Mandarin)

Learning at school (Polish)

Learning at school (Romanian)

Learning at school (Urdu)

If you wish to find out more about how you can help at home, click the appropriate link below. In their first lesson they will be learning about their bodies. Best wishes, Miss Copeland

Learning at home (English)

Learning at home (Arabic)

Learning at home (Mandarin)

Learning at home (Polish)

Learning at home (Romanian)

Learning at home (Urdu)