The document below shows the planned teaching and learning for the first term (August to December). Feel free to look over the plan and discuss with your child. The plan for the next term will be posted in January.
In Primary Six home learning activities will be based on the previous week’s learning to consolidate what has been covered in class. A weekly summary of the week’s learning and teaching will be posted to the blog on Fridays and will include suggested activities for home learning (see below). There is no expectation that all of these activities will be completed within the week and it is up to you and your child which of them you would like to focus on.
To reduce the risk of infection and cross contamination, where possible examples of home learning should be submitted electronically on Microsoft Teams or emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org. If it is not possible to submit online for any reason please send the work in with your child in their homework folder on Thursday, so that it can be quarantined for three days before going back home on Monday.
We are currently collecting back in the homework folders which went home pre lockdown so we can refill them with resources for home learning. If you have one of these at home please send them to school with your child as soon as possible.
If you have any questions please feel free to get in touch either by commenting on this post or emailing the school admin account.
Thank you and enjoy your weekend!
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.
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!
CHAI -Community Help and Advice Inititiative can answer questions about housing, benefits and other issues. Their website is http://www.chaiedinburgh.org.uk/ and their telephone numbers are 0131 1009/2100 or 0131 453 6410.
Support for You Section on the City Of Edinburgh Council’s Webpage has supports for staying active and mental health as well
The Contacting Childline video embedded in the film can be viewed separately here
This week we have launched ‘The Buddy Zone’ linked specifically to the Childline Under 12’s page, some details below;
On all of the class blogs and Head Teachers Blog, as well as the Twitter feeds (@royalmileps) you will find links to activities and virtual outings, to zoos, the botanical gardens etc. that you can use throughout the summer. (If you enjoyed the zoo why not go again?)
https://www.joininedinburgh.org/sports/active-schools/ and @ActiveschoolsED you can find virtual summer sports clubs and fun challenges you can do at home.