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Badges for Alzheimer Scotland

Hello,

I am selling some home-made badges to raise money for Alzheimer Scotland.

They are £1 each.

If you would like one, please give the money to your teacher for safe keeping.

I will come into classrooms on Mondays and Thursdays.

The last day to buy them will be the 9th December.

Thank you!

Carla, Primary 7

Primary 5 Blog

Primary 5 Homework for Thursday, 25th of November

Dear Primary 5 families, 

I hope you all had a wonderful weekend.

To help support all learners, there will be differentiation in the spelling lists going forward. This week the patterns are: Soft c or ch.

Soft C: There are 10 spelling words to practise, however if your child already knows several, they can choose to practise the three challenge words in place of 3 they already know.

Ch: There are 10 spelling words to practise and 3 Common Words. These will change each week. There are 4 spelling tasks on the page, please choose one to complete on either the blank paper or in the homework jotter.

The numeracy homework this week is linked to our times tables work. We have practised 2, 3, 4, 5, & 6 times tables and this week we are focusing on the 7 times tables. There is a main task and a challenge option included in the homework. Verbal practise would greatly support our learning in this as well.

If anything is not clear or there are any concerns, please do let me know.

I hope you all have a lovely week.

Kind regards,

Mrs Harrison

Primary 5 Blog

Primary 5 Homework for Thursday, 18th of November

Dear Primary 5 families,

I hope you all had a lovely weekend. This week, our spelling pattern is

qu.

 

There are 10 spelling words to practise, however if your child already knows several, they can choose to practise the three challenge words in place of 3 they already know. There are 4 spelling tasks on the page, please choose one to complete on either the blank paper or in the homework jotter.

The maths homework is on our numeracy topic of measure. Pupils are asked to measure the pictures and the page using a ruler as accurately as they can and record the length using the correct units of cm. If you have lost your ruler, please estimate at home and you can measure them in Soft Start on Tuesday or Wednesday morning.

If anything is not clear or there are any concerns, please do let me know.

I hope you all have a lovely week.

Kind regards,

Mrs Harrison

 

Primary 5 Blog

P5 Homework for Thursday, 11th of November

Dear Primary 5 families,

I hope you all had a lovely weekend. I wanted to let you know that I was so impressed with the prompt return and the quality of the homework from last week. What a great start!

This week, our spelling pattern is silent w/g/l. There are 10 spelling words to practise, however if your child already knows several, they can choose to practise the three challenge words in place of 3 they already know. There are 4 spelling tasks on the page, please choose one to complete on either the blank paper or in the homework jotter.

This week, we have maths homework on our new topic of Shape. The Diamonds will be identifying 2D shapes and the Stars will be identifying the shape of the faces of 3D shapes. (For example, a cube has 6 square faces). 

If anything is not clear or there are any concerns, please do let me know.

I hope you all have a lovely week.

Kind regards,

Mrs Harrison

Primary 5 Blog

P5 Homework for Thursday, 4th of November

Dear Primary 5 families,

I hope you have all had a lovely Halloween weekend. This week, we are starting our homework with our new homework folders. These should go home on a Monday and return to school on a Thursday.

Each folder will contain a blue lined jotter for spelling and any written tasks, blank paper (if the task you have chosen is suited better to this, please do use it) and either details of Education City/Active Learn tasks or a maths worksheet. 

This week, our pattern is: Silent k/h/b/t. There are 10 spelling words to practise, however if your child already knows several, they can choose to practise the three challenge words in place of 3 they already know.

There are 4 spelling tasks on the page, please choose one to complete on either the blank paper or in the homework jotter. For numeracy, we are practising addition and subtraction. Please complete on the sheet.

If anything is not clear or there are any concerns, please do let me know.

I hope you all have a lovely week.

Kind regards,

Mrs Harrison