They are back! I am pleased to say that our very own super heroes are back in school helping us to be amazing learners – everyone using the power of YET as we find out and try out ways to learn and get smarter!
i am sure primary 7 will not mind me sharing this amazing display with you today!
I am looking forward to seeing every class’ display around school and shared with you all on the class blogs!
MIss Finlayson and Miss Stock have been very busy in P4.
This week Primary 4 have been learning about the human body in science.
Louie said: “This week we learnt about bones, such as the human body… 206 bones. The smallest bones in your body are the hammer, anvil and stirrup, which are in your ear. Your pelvis makes your legs attach to your body.”
We have also started our topic, looking at the history of our school and the area around it. Abby writes: “What was here before? It was a volcano then after fields and then there was a church. We had fun, I loved it.”
We have also been learning to tell the time to o’ clock, half past and quarter to and quarter past. Children can access EducationCity and try a First Level activity called Quarter Master!
Ms. McEwan and I are busy preparing the classroom for you to come back to school this week. I don’t have any pictures to share with you at the moment but rest assured that we are doing everything we can reasonably do to keep everyone safe while ensuring the learning takes place.
For the boys and girls who are coming in on Wednesday and Thursday I thought I would give you an idea of what we will be doing.
In the morning before break we will be doing some Literacy. I will be teaching you a fun activity that last years P4 class really enjoyed. After break we will be doing Maths and Numeracy and practising some key number work.
In the afternoon, after lunch, we have an assembly sandwiched between a fun Art activity.
If parents and carers have any concerns or questions please contact the school. If you haven’t read through the Return to School letter please do so before coming in. There is a lot of helpful information in it that might answer some of your questions.