Week Beginning 8th October

We have had another busy week this week in P4G. Here are some of the things that we have been learning:


On Monday we were learning about Recycle, Reduce and Reuse. The children looked at their snack packets to see if they could recycle them. We were shocked to learn that we cannot recycle crisp packets so we decided that we would reuse them. On Thursday, we designed our own crowns using our crisp packets which we saved throughout the week.



This week we have been learning about tessellation. The children tried to tessellate different shapes and they all made some colourful patterns using tessellation.


Last week the children were all working very hard on their energy presentations. Today the children presented their presentations to the rest of the class. Everyone did a fantastic job and showed great teamwork over the past week! Well done P4G!


I hope you  all have a great holiday!


Welcome to the P4G Class Blog. We have had a very busy term so far and all the children are settling in well.


We have been learning about renewable and non-renewable energy. This week we have been researching a type of renewable energy with a group. The children are now making a slideshow on what they have learned.



On Thursday we designed our own Christmas cards which will be made into real cards for families to buy.  Everyone enjoyed being creative and we have designed some very nice cards!



I will finish with some information that you might find useful.

Monday – Singing with Mrs Hamilton

Tuesday – Library with Miss Glancy and P.E with Mrs Macrae

Thursday – Health and Wellbeing with Mrs Cox and French with Mrs Shepherd.

Friday – Assembly with Mrs Dalziel and ICT with Miss Glancy.


Have a great weekend!


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