Amelie was the Star of the Week! Well done Amelie!
She has shown me lots of hard work and challenged herself to do even more than what is required of her. Keep this up! 🙂
Well done to everyone who has been able to submit work through TEAMS as well as email. Please continue to do this and remember to “add work” in the Assignments tab so I can see all your fantastic completed pieces of work.
Below is only a small selection of all the brilliant pieces of work I have seen this week! Bravo Primary 4!!
End of the week and it’s back to our JASS morning. Today we will be focussing on “Me and my world” and “Adventure”. Within the plan, there are some examples of things you could do, but I am sure most of you have thought of your own ideas to do for these topics. Remember to do things for yourself and what you are interested in. Take notes, pictures, make drawings and evidence all your hard work to put into your JASS folders. Remember to share your work with me too.
At 10.30am we also have our first whole class catch up on TEAMS. I hope you can all see the notification on the calendar for this call, so click on the “join” button at 10.30am and we shall see each other virtually!
Here are just a few of the wonderful new books that we are adding to our class libraries. There is a mixture of fiction and non -fiction titles for all the classes, Early Years to Primary 7.
They celebrate the achievements of people from across the world and across time zones. They encourage our young people to have high aspirations and a growth mindset. They reflect the diversity and rich cultural capital of our school community and our school Vision, Values and Aims.
Look out for more information and ideas from our school Equalities Group as well as updates of our Equalities Policies and a chance to contribute to this important part of the life and work of the school.