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Wow Wednesday

Good morning Primary Six! I hope you are all well and keeping occupied.

There have been so many things for Wow Wednesday this week it has been a struggle to remember them all!

First off could I say a massive thank you to all of you who are continuing to engage with your learning at home, whether that be through the weekly grids, online games and activities, the resources sent home at the end of school or through a project you have taken on yourself. I would also like to extend that thanks to all of the adults at home who have been working equally hard, juggling your own work with helping your children with theirs.

A second thank you to all those who have been sending examples of your learning in. It is fantastic to see what you have been doing at home! Even if you don’t want it to be shared on the blog, it is a great way to keep connected.

Another big thank you is to all of the parents and children I have managed to talk to on the phone. I hope that it has been helpful. Please remember if you have any worries or would like any additional resources please do get in touch.

The standard of the work I have seen this week has been absolutely fantastic! From Kanyarat’s Tudor fact file to Rayan’s story continuation; Nyah’s scratch project to Anwen’s paper aeroplane prototypes!

Below is a few examples of some of the fantastic work I have been sent this week.

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Finally have a look at this magic trick Nyah has created to share with the class. She has also created a fantastic scratch project and get inspired!

All the best!

Mr McPheely



Health Week Ideas

Amelie and her mum have  kindly shared some of the things she has been doing to keep busy.

Scottish opera have an online production called Fever! Kids join in and learn the parts, make props etc. It has activities an info about viruses and the immune system too. It is for ages 8-12


Amelie likes Cosmic Kids yoga on you tube. It has stories to link the yoga poses so suitable for younger/all ages


We have been doing an acro balance class. (We will try to get a photo but it is hard to take pictures with Amelie balanced on me!) There is a book called Jack’s acrobatics by Rika Taeymans that has moves for a child and grown-up to do together.


Cook Stars franchise have free cookalong videos on Facebook just now. I think they put new ones up twice a week (some are healthier than others!)

Health Week Wake and Shake

Here is day 2 of wake and shake. Even Cookie the dog tried to join in for a bit today!

Click on the link here.

Remember and check back in this afternoon for today’s challenge.

How did you get on yesterday?