What another fantastic week in Primary 1! We learned how to read, write and recognise the sounds 's' and 'I' and explored this through our Jolly Phonics programme. We had the opportunity to think of words and animals that begin with the letter sounds and practised our 'i' on our igloos. We were introduced to ... Continue reading "Primary 1"
Hello Everyone, We had another busy week in Primary 2 last week and have been continuing our Superhero topic chosen by the children. They particularly enjoyed carrying out an investigation to find out the best material to create a Super hero cape! In Writing, the children used some super adjectives to describe the view a ... Continue reading "Primary 2 Update 14.9.20"
What a finale to our Fantastic Mr Fox novel, with a viewing of the film adaptation. We filled our whiteboards with notes about the similarities and differences between this and the book, and were surprised with the ending of the film. We are looking forward to one last challenge next week. We have been so ... Continue reading "Primary 3 11.9.20"
"Your deeds are your monuments" ( Wonder by R.J.Palacio) Mr Browne's percept this week created some interesting discussing in class. We thought August summed it up very well, "The things we do are the most important things of all...That's why your deeds are like your monuments. Built with memories instead of with stone. " We ... Continue reading "Primary 7"
Hello everyone, It has been another busy week for Primary 5. In Reading, we have continued with our class novel There's a Boy in the Girls' Bathroom and we are all interested to see the big changes in the main character Bradley personality. We have been having great discussions about bullying, and how we can ... Continue reading "Primary 5 11.9.20"
Hello everyone We've had a very fun and busy week in Primary 4. We started to learn through our new topic this week. It is all about Resilience and persevering even when things get tough. We are exploring this topic through the Disney films - Moana, Inside Out and Zootropolis. This week we learned about ... Continue reading "Primary 4 10.920"
Good Morning.The Primary 1 children are continuing to do well in school. We are impressed by how quickly they have settled into school life and picked up our routines, well done! We are not giving out formal homework just now but appreciate that many parents would like to support their children at home with the ... Continue reading "Primary 1 8.9.20"
It's the start of another exciting and busy week in Primary 2/1. In numeracy, P1 will continue to work on the numbers to 10, focusing particularly on writing the numbers 1-5. 2 and 5 are always very tricky so it would be great if you can also help your child at home with this. P2 ... Continue reading "Primary 2 /1 7th September 2020"
Primary 2 had a super week last week. We learned about the Artist Picasso. We looked closely at his paintings and style of painting. We discussed how the pictures made us feel and to see if they could see anything in the paintings, because his style is very abstract. Our current topic is Superhero's and ... Continue reading "Primary 2 7.920"
Primary 3 have been 'wow-ing' us with their skipping skills. They have been using French ropes, a long rope and ankle skipping equipment. We have all been so impressed with the improvement we have seen and experienced and look forward to next week where we can demonstrate our skills in front of the rest of ... Continue reading "Primary 3 4.9.20"
What another lovely week we've had in Primary 1. We've been continuing to focus on our emotions this week and we've been looking at our SHANARRI wellbeing indicators (safe, healthy, active, achieving, nurtured, respected, responsible and included). The children have enjoyed explaining their feelings during circle time activities and through drama experiences this week. They ... Continue reading "Primary 1 04.09.20"
Hello everyone, Primary 5 have been working hard this week. In Reading the children are enjoying finding out what Bradley is up to in our novel There's a Boy in the Girls' Bathroom. We have been finding information in the text about what the characters look like and then drawing them. The children then identified ... Continue reading "Primary 5"