Massive well done to RACHEL as P7’s Pupil of the Week for WEEK 5 home learning!
Rachel has been completing all her work to a high standard and is always trying her best. She is always supportive towards her classmates and is always sharing her work on the class stream. Rachel ensures she responds and reacts to the feedback given.
Over the past month we have been continuing to celebrate our Pupils of the Week!
Congratulations to this weeks Pupil of the Week- Sophie! (1st Feb-5th Feb)
Well done Sophie! Well deserved- Sophie produced a brilliant Cinquain! Put a lot of effort into her additional work and has be responding and reacting to feedback all week, showing determination and a fantastic attitude to her learning.
(25th Jan- 29th Jan) Jamie- Jamie has been trying really hard with his home learning work! He has produced beautiful, creative pieces of art as part of topic.
(18th Jan- 22nd Jan) Emma- Emma has been putting 100% in to all her work. It is always of a high standard and she has a smile on her face every Google Meet. Emma spreads positivity with her smile and positive attitude!
(11th Jan- 15th Jan) Primary 7 have been absolutely brilliant during their first week of home learning, everyone has been trying so hard and the standard of work is high. However PotW is Bobbie. Bobbie has really gone above and beyond with his work. He has been to every Google Meet lesson and asked a lot of questions. After all of his planning and lesson building up to the writing today, he has produced a fantastic Haiku.
Here are some of our highlights of Week 4 Home Learning. We have been learning about how to collect, organise, display and interpret information using a range of graphs, tables and pie charts! We have also being focusing on poetry within writing, specifically this week writing Cinquains! You can see and listen to some of our poems below. P7 have been improving each and every week and our performance skills have also been improving.
Our new topic has been a big hit! We began this week by looking at Life Cycles and classification. It has been really interesting having so many scientific discussions during our Google Meets.
I am looking forward to week 5 to see more fantastic work!
Bobbies Data collection Murron’s Cinquain planAndrews Cinquain
Zaras Cinquain called Beaches
Jamies Samurai Warrior costume
Winter by Keegan.
Rachels Abstract Art
Keegan making pancakes Jamies Samurai warriorYasminas Frog Life Cycle
Rachels Cinquain – The Fam
Sophies Cinquain – Travel
Sophie’s doddle art inspired by her chosen art inspiration.
It is already Week 3 of home learning! The past three weeks have been challenging, but very rewarding, to see primary 7 make so much progress from their own resilience and independence has been fantastic. A massive thank you to everyone at home for supporting P7 with their learning and providing them with lots of additional life skills that they will be learning during this time.
Reflecting on the feedback from the class last week, P7 are enjoying CLIC, writing, spelling, but would like more practical activities perhaps away from the screen. So, this week many of our learning activities involve outdoor learning, expressive arts and life skills. All to encourage time away from the screen.
Here is to another brilliant week! Primary 7’s positivity and desire to make progress with their learning is super! Keep this up p7!
Below is our Week 3 Home Learning Overview Grids. As always any questions or concerns please get in touch.
Congratulations to Ryan, nominated as our ‘Pupil of the Week’ for his contagious positive attitude throughout the week and looking at challenges with enthusiasm. Also for his fantastic work creating his Christmas Gnomes and filling in for an absent pupil during our showtime filming!
Well done and well deserved!
Congratulations to Andrew, nominated as ‘Playground Star’.
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