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This week in P5/6S

This week in P5/6S we have had a hopping good week!

In Literacy we have done some spelling with our newest spelling rules. We practised writing our words in different kinds of writing and then created out own sentences. We are still reading ‘The Nowhere Emporium’ for our class novel (Sophie-Leigh). I like drawing whilst we listen to Miss Steel read the story (Megan).

In Art we drew are own faces showing a different emotion. We drew these in a pop-art style inspired by Lichtenstein and finished them today.

In Numeracy we are doing fractions and percentages and have been learning a new way to find fractions of a quantity. We also did an Easter hunt with math questions which we answered in groups with a prize of chocolate eggs at the end.

In IDL we have been doing more of our learning about natural disasters with a special way of presenting it to our classmates (Jamie). I also liked all of the experiments.

We all hope you all have a good Easter and a lovely holiday too.

This week in P5/6S

This week in P5/6S it has been slow but very fun!

In Literacy: I have enjoyed the missing person posters (Katherine). We also enjoyed spelling this week.

In Numeracy:  I enjoyed the area method (Danny). I enjoyed working on the test challenge questions (Marcus). I felt like I got better at maths (Innes). Every time we do maths I love the new methods.

Daily mile: We really like daily mile and we have been doing it almost daily to get some fresh air and exercise.

In art we really did enjoy making the funny masks (John W.). I liked doing the art with the water colours (Sophie-Leigh).

Class novel – I really enjoyed class novel in general (Sophie-leigh) and the missing posters Katherine).

In P.E I really enjoyed playing Choice Tag (Jessica). I really liked cops and robbers game with the foam noodles (Callum). We also really liked when we did the walk and talk with our friends as part of our team building exercises.

In IDL we learned about natural disasters (Eray). Somewhere there is a volcano that spits blue, beautiful flames (Michael.) I enjoyed the research about France (John W. and Sophie-Leigh)

News: We do daily news every single day and we love it so much. We also get to find out what is happing or if anyone has anything exciting coming up

Congratulations to everyone who earned their house point certificates this week – keep up the good work!

Hope everyone has a lovely weekend too, love from P5/6S

Bye bye.

Experimenting with mark-making

‘Missing Person’ poster.

This week in P5/6S

We have had a fun and busy first week back in school after lockdown. It has been so good to see each other again.

In Numeracy we have been revising strategies for multiplication and problem solving. We have played maths games, learned about multiples and shared our learning with each other during our chilli challenge.

In Literacy we have been learning our new spelling words using Elkonin boxes and practising using our words in sentences. We have also been reading our class novel for this term, which is ‘The Nowhere Emporium’, and using comprehension strategies to work out the meaning of a text.

In Art we have been looking at creating pop-art portraits inspired by Roy Lichtenstein, as well as learning about mark making.

We have been enjoying the nice weather outside for PE and our orienteering map activity.

We have also practised our construction skills for our French afternoon where we created models of the Eiffel tower using different materials.

Have a great weekend and see you all next week.

 

This week in Primary 5A – 15.03.21

This week in Primary 5A

Welcome to our weekly class blog. We will be sharing what we have been learning about this week, what we enjoyed and what we are looking forward to.

Let us tell you about our week.

Literacy:

Ava – We created an invention Dragon’s Den style.

Anabia – We completed Spring reading comprehension

Emma – We discussed mindfulness.

Tyler – We completed personal reading

Lily – We continued our class novel.

Hanna – Typing skills

Ava – all the spring activities.

Callan – We wrote our weekend news.

Erin – We revised our spelling rules.

Numeracy:

Callan – we tried orienteering.

Colton – We played hit the button.

Eilidh – we used metre sticks and trundle wheels outside in the playground to measure length.

Carly – We completed more written addition.

Karina – We were estimating different lengths and then measuring them.

Halle – we have been measuring with rulers.

Eilidh – We revised our number bonds.

Ava – we played mini numeracy games – unlucky 13 and higher or lower.

Health and Wellbeing:

Ben – We created a worry box.

Lucas – We had conversations around health and wellbeing in STEM.

Kai – We done emotion works.

Grace – We drew emotion pictures.

Jamie-Lee – In PE we were learning about reaction times.

Ava – We continued the Secret student in PE.

Other Curricular areas:

Ava – STEM activities – we all fit through A4 paper and then a large group fitted inside A3 paper.

Anabia – We were revising our learning in French.

We also had our first assembly being back.

This week in P5/6S

This week in P5/6S we have had an amazing but very fast week. We really enjoyed our last full week.

In Literacy we were doing rotations. Some of the rotations were : Christmas comprehension questions, creating a Christmas word search and we also wrote a letter to Santa.

In Numeracy we continued learning about kg, grams cm and metres. We also played about with bee bots with Miss Belford. “I really liked when we were playing with bee bots” (Murray).

In Art we were making Christmas trees using cotton buds. We made paper chains for assembly. We made them so that each class would connect together in some way.

We also made some toilet paper owl decorations today. ”I really enjoyed making them today“ (Michael and Kacy-leigh).

In P.E we played a few games of dodge ball and gangster rounders. “We played prisoner dodge ball which was super fun , super-five dodge ball and just normal dodge ball which was really fun!” (Callum). “I really enjoyed it!” (Caleb).

Because this is the last blog of the year, all of us in P5/6S want to wish you all very happy and jolly Christmas!

From P5/6S and Miss Steel (and Miss Jones also.)

Merry Christmas! Hohoho.

This week in Primary 5A – 18.12.20

This week in Primary 5A

Welcome to our weekly class blog. We will be sharing what we have been learning about this week, what we enjoyed and what we are looking forward to.

Let us tell you about our week.

Literacy:

Emily – We learned a new spelling rule.

Lacey – We started a new class novel.

Alexis – We made predictions about our new class novel.

Anabia – We summarised our group novels so far.

Amy – We made predictions about our new group books.

Carly – We completed a Christmas wordsearch.

Ben – We created a Christmas wordle containing words that remind us of Christmas.

Numeracy:

Callan – we have been trying to read analogue and digital clocks.

MahNoor – My group worked on half past and o’clock times.

Amy – My group is moving on to reading quarter past and quarter to times.

Anabia – We were analysing time tables to figure out times and duration.

Ben – My group read the time to 5 minute intervals.

Alexis – My group read the time to 1 minute intervals.

Carly – We solved a problem to find out what the elves made at Christmas.

Ava – We made a Christmas board game.

Health and Wellbeing:

Anabia – We finished an emotion works revision task.

River – We played kick ball rounders in PE.

Lucas – We worked on our throwing and catching skills.

Carly – We continued to complete our secret student in Pe.

Other Curricular areas:

Callan – We completed word puzzles.

Mah Noor – We made consortina decorations.

Lacey – We connected the classrooms with paper chains

Halle – We had assembly

Tyler – In German we learned how to say our Birthdays.

Amy – In German we wrote our Birthday on a whiteboard.

We wrote our class blog.

This week in P5/6S

This week in P5/6S we have had a busy and very fast week.

In Literacy we were doing a spelling check-in. “I thought it was very fun” (Jessica). We also spent time practising our Christmas songs which we performed and videoed today with Mr Mathis. We are looking forward to sharing these with you soon.

We were writing out our cookie recipes to practise our handwriting skills. “I thought this was really fun” (Sophie-Leigh).

In Numeracy we were learning about weighing and measuring using kg and grams. We were also remembering how to use weight and measure in everyday life such as shopping and baking.

On Tuesday we had our Christmas party. “It was really fun and the ice-lollies were yummy!” (Mac and Rebekah). “I enjoyed doing the Just Dance routines” (Tyler).

For Assembly we had a special story time with Scottish songs. “I thought it was really good” (Megan). We were given crisps and sweeties from the Parent Council for this – a very big thank you from P5/6S. We all enjoyed eating them.

We hope you all have a very merry and festive weekend from P5/6S.

11.12.20 – This Week in Primary 5A

This week in Primary 5A

Welcome to our weekly class blog. We will be sharing what we have been learning about this week, what we enjoyed and what we are looking forward to.

Let us tell you about our week.

Literacy:

Karina – We were link makers and linked our books to real-life.

We continued to do personal reading.

Halle – We are completing a summariser task

Colton – We read the last chapter of Percy Jackson.

We talked about how other countries spend their Christmas.

Carly – We completed a question master task.

We continued to learn new spelling words

Callan – We practised our spelling on Ipads.

We took notes when reading about other countries.

Ben – We wrote instructions on how to make rice crispy cakes.

Numeracy:

Ava – In the red group we have revised half past and o’clock times.

Some of the red group are going to move on to quarter past and quarter to.

We played timeo which is time bingo.

Anabia – the blue group have been looking at time in five minute intervals.

We were learning about am and pm.

For our Ipad rotation we have been looking at different time games.

Lily – the orange group have been reading times to 1 minute intervals

They have been converting 12 and 24hr times.

Lucas – we did a task where we drew the hands on the clocks.

Health and Wellbeing:

Amy – In Pe we have been doing collaborative games.

Emily – We had our class Christmas party and played lots of games.

Lacey – In German we worked in pairs to complete research.

Ben – we played Christmas bingo with Miss Belford.

Other Curricular areas:

Amy – We created Christmas door hangers as a gift.

Lucas – We practised our singing and filmed it for a show.

Ben – We learned months of the year in German

Anabia – We had assembly

Carly – We made rice crispy cakes.

We wrote our class blog.

This week in P5/6S

“This week in P5/6S we have had a rushed and busy week.” (Tyler)

In Numeracy we were continuing our maths assessment. We also practised our estimating and measuring skills by measuring objects in the classroom. We used metre sticks, rulers and tape measures.

We practised estimating the size of an object by eye and visual measuring with paper. We then demonstrated this by using our gift-wrapping skills. We put our shape knowledge to good use by making decorative Christmas cubes using a shape net.

We used our maths and digital skills to programme bee-bots to make the shapes of numbers and letters.

In RME we made house models of Anne Frank’s secret annexe out of boxes. Amy enjoyed making the mini furniture for these.

In IDL we made ginger Christmas cookies and used our weighing and measuring skills. “We liked making them – it was really fun (and messy)! (Whole class opinion).

In Literacy we wrote the storyline of ‘The Journey’ from a John Lewis advert. We also practised our comprehension skills, learning about Christmas traditions.

Today was our Superstar Assembly so we want to congratulate everyone who received a Superstar certificate today.

It has been a really eventful week with lots happening. We hope you all have a restful weekend.

   

Using 2D nets of shapes to create Christmas cubes.

Baking equipment.