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We read a story and everyone fell asleep for 100 years!

This has been our first full week of part time P1 and we are all feeling pretty tired but not as tired as Sleeping Beauty! This week  we started our new topic of Sleeping Beauty. We read three stories and they all had the same title of Sleeping Beauty on the the cover but we noticed that the illustrator was different on each one and the story was a little different too. We discovered that the first story had a forest grow up around the castle, the next story had thorny bushes grow up all around the castle and the third story was very special because even though its title was  Sleeping Beauty, it had Biff, Chip, Kipper, their Dad and their friend Wilma in it! We had to put our ‘thinking hats’ on  and talked with our teachers about the similarities and differences- they were very impressed with us!

   

We are still counting our days at school every morning and some of us are getting very good at talking about the numbers that are before and after the number we are putting up. We were amazed to see that wewhen we counted our number on Friday morning we had been at school for 9 days! We checked it against our rabbit number line ( they bring us a carrot for every day we are at school) and it was right!! We are also getting very good at moving the hand on our classroom clock to show what activities we are working on. We like looking at it in the morning when we come in because it helps us to know what we are doing and we can talk about the exciting things we will be doing. Our teacher, Mrs Mackay, says it is helping us learn about time too even though there are no numbers on the clock but we are sure that we will find out more about that soon.

  

Ms Gauld. our Healthy Eating Assistant, came to visit our class this week. She told us how to wash our hands properly to stay healthy. We were very good at listening to her and giving her ideas of when and why we should we wash our hands. We decided that there were five times we must wash our hands;

  1. After we go to the toilet.
  2. Before we eat anything.
  3. After we have touched an animal, even our pets.
  4. After we cough or sneeze.
  5. After we have been playing outside.

After we made our list Ms Gauld introduced us to Handy. He was a Hand Washing Helper and he told us if our list was right- and it was! He showed us what to do and what we would need, just like Ms Gauld and he even taught us a hand washing song. After that we all had a practise and Ms Gauld and Mrs Mackay said we were good enough that we could get one Handys special stickers!

 

  

  

We have been learning even more sounds this week. This week we learnt p, i and n and in the active learning zone and the classroom we have been practising using them to make words, finding them in words and writing them. We are getting really good and we even took our sound books home as part of our homework this week so that we can teach our families the sounds, their actions and their songs.We have also been enjoying using the iPad to play games all about our sounds.

  

 

In the Active Learning Zone there have been lots of new areas to investigate and learn in. One of our favourites this week has been the science table. We have been investigating different objects and shiny things. We know what to do when we are there because Walt is there to tell us what we are learning.

All through the week we have all had a shot at playing a really fun game called PIPs. It helps our teachers see what we know and we all thought it was lots of fun! We had to do some counting, say what some sounds were, find some items in a picture and lots more fun things!

Week Starting 27th August 2012

  •  We are still in for mornings only this week 9.00am – 12.15pm
  • Remember to bring your filled, named water bottle with you every day (no juice please)
  • We will send homework out on a Thursday. Please send it to school every day but any tasks should be completed by Wednesday. Each week there will be a Yellow Book Challenge to do but you can pick which challenge you want to do from a list of 3. There will be no homework on a Wednesday night.
  • DC Thomsons will be coming to take our photograph for the paper on Thursday 30th August. We will let you know when it is going to be in the paper.
  • We are going to be in school fulltime from Monday 3rd September 2012

Our project is Sleeping Beauty.

This week we will be learning the Swahili  song Jambo so that we can sing it for our visitors next month.

 

A Whole New World and there is a Kipper in it!

Welcome to our 2012- 2013 Primary 1 blog! It has been a VERY exciting week and we have all settled into big school life really well! When we came in some of us noticed that the room was a different colour because it was decorated in holidays. We were very excited to show our parents and families into our classroom on our first day and we soon settled into our school life.

  

We have been very busy learning and our teachers’ Mrs Munro and Mrs Mackay are very proud of us and super impressed with how well behaved and clever we all were.  Every morning , we look at our special class clock to find out what we are going to do during our morning at school then we count how many days we have been to school and we work out what our special number for the day will be. Mrs Mackay played a game with us where she hid some of the numbers on our chart and we had to say which was missing and we were all fabulous.

We have also been learning some new Jolly Phonic sounds this week we have been learning s, a and t. We used the computer to match the sound to pictures, we learned the action for each sound and we sang a song for each one. It was lots of fun. We have all been practising writing the sounds on a sheet for our folio and on whiteboards. When we were in the Active Learning Zone we were having lots of fun making s, a and t art work too.

  

We all made some new friends this week. We met Kipper, Chip and Biff. They all have nick names and we had lots of fun learning all about them.

On Friday we all had our first school assembly. It was all about the London 2012 Olympics and Paralympics. We learned two new songs, one was about following the school rules and the other one was about being doing things that will make us proud of oursleves. When we were at assembly  Wren got her special badge to show that she was our P1 Pupil Council Member and George got his special badge to show that he was our P1 Eco Council Member. On Thursday we had all talked about what being part of the Eco and Pupil councils meant and we had a vote to see who we wanted to represent us. We also found out that every time there is an assembly one of us would get a Star Award for something special we had done in class that week. This week Molly got a star award for trying hard and having very good listening ears all week. We are very proud of George, Wren and Molly and are looking forward to see who will be next to get a Star Award. Mrs Mackay and Mrs Munro were so proud of us for showing such good manners and behaviour at assembly that we all got a sticker too.

Week Starting 20th August 2012

  •  We are still in for mornings only this week 9.00am – 12.15pm
  • Remember to bring your filled, named water bottle with you every day (no juice please)
  • We will begin to send homework out on a Thursday. Please send it to school every day but any tasks should be completed by Wednesday. Each week there will be a Yellow Book Challenge to do but you can pick which challenge you want to do from a list of 3. There will be no homework on a Wednesday night.

Next week we will be learning all about the story of Sleeping Beauty as part of our project.

Noah’s Park! Sun, Sand and Safari!

What a fantastic time we have had this week! We all went to Blair Drummond Safari Park!!!!! We saw lots of animals and had a fantastic time! Here are some of our favourites!

Flynn loved the peacocks. Their tails were beautiful although none of them showed us their tails when they were in full display.

We heard the Lions roar. They were really huge and we saw them having their lunch but we didn’t think it looked very tasty.

We all thought it was very funny that the Lions have a big cat climbing frame. We saw the big male Lion walk around and were amazed by how big his mane was!

The zebras were next on our safari tour. They were staying in the shade and eating from a box on the tree! We thought they really did look like stripy horses!

We saw some very TALL giraffes who we eating leaves on a tree branch.

We saw a white rhino in his bedroom enclosure!

We loved seeing the elephants they were VERY big. One of them was walking up and down a hill moving big sticks. It was very funny!

These meerkats were our helper Gregor’s favourite! They were really sweet and very busy! There were lots of little families and we thought we could see Mummy, Daddy and baby meerkats! One was busy looking for grubs to eat!

The humbolt penguins were next on our Safari. We managed to get photos of them sleeping, swimming and we THINK one was even playing hide and seek!

Mrs Mackay liked watching the otters. They were busy eating their lunch.

The ring tailed leemurs were having lots of fun, we saw them climbing and eating their lunch. We were very amused to find out that  a chicken stayed in their enclosure with them!

There were two bears. We think that the big one was the Mummy bear and the little bear was her baby. The mummy bear was quite slow and was happy playing with her swing toy but baby bear was very fast and was exploring her area.

We met some animals that we knew and some of us even have as pets! There were two guinea pigs and a big rabbit.

There was a turkey, we learnt that turkeys don’t say cluck cluck but gobble gobble!

And all the way from Australia there was a Wallaby!

The wallaby had a very long, strong tail to help it to balance and bounce!

The last animals we saw were the Sea Lions! They were so sweet and very clever! It was a very hot day and they were enjoying swimming in their pool to keep cool but one was sun bathing!

We went to see the Sea Lions perform a show for us. They could do lots of tricks like clapping, barking (which we thought sounded like a dog!) and collecting toys and tidying them up!

At the end of the show one of the sea lions did a trick where it climbed up a big tower then jumped off….

….. and it jumped REALLY high to touch a ball! WOW!!!!

We had a BRILLIANT time and we would like to thank our helpers,Miss Holtz, Ellie’s mummy, Geoff- Aiden’s daddy, and Gregor- who is Mr Mackay! They really helped to make our day very special and lots of fun…. some of them even enjoyed the slides in the playpark when they were helping us to get ready after lunch.

NEXT WEEK – SCHOOL ENDS THURSDAY 28th JUNE 12pm

  • There is no gym this week.
  • There is only yellow book homework this week. Please keep all packets at home from now on – Thank you for all your support with homework this year.
  • Excellence Awards are on Monday 25th June
  • Prize Giving is on Tuesday 26th June
  • p7 Leaver’s Assembly is on Wednesday 27th June
  • Nursery Assembly is on Wednesday 27th June

Mrs Mackay, Miss Davies and Mrs Munro would like to thank all the boys and girls and their families for all their support this year! We would love it if you could leave an end of term comment on the blog for us- it can be about anything on this site or just something you have enjoyed this year!

We hope you all have a fantastic summer! See you on Tuesday 14th June when you are in P2!

We would also like to thank all the people around the world who have looked at our blog and left a comment as well as all our visitors to school ! THANK YOU!

We can see the light- it’s a torch!

Woweee! What an amazing week for us and the whole of Dundee – The Olympic Torch came to visit as part of it’s relay race across Great Britain! We were all very excited and lots of us even went to see it in the park and along the streets. For homework we had to talk to our families about what we know about the Olympics and also what we wanted to know.

Each day we count down the days until the London 2012 Olympics and we  follow the torch by putting its picture on  a map to show us where it was. We were so happy that on day 25 it came to Dundee.

http://www.london2012.com/torch-relay/video/video=torch-relay-day25.html

This week to celebrate such a special event we decided that the best thing we could do was join in with all of the celebrations and have our own Olympic Torch Relay.  We decided that to have a torch relay we would all need a torch so our teachers set us the task of designing our own torch to hold our ‘faux’ Olympic  flame. We had to think of how to make a shape with the card that would hold the flame safely and that would show people the 2012 logo. They were all fabulous and we were amazed at how different each one was.

Once we had all designed our torches we went outside for our race. we used the very long playground at the front of our school and we passed the torch around. We had been learning that this has a special name. When the special flame from the Olympic Gods is passed from one torch to the next the torches have to touch together at the top. This is called a ‘kiss’.

When we had passed the flame on from our torch we joined the race and supported the next torch bearer. It was great fun and we were really pleased that we even got a special Olympic London 2012 certificate too!

In the Active Learning Zone we have also been finding out where the torch has been going by using a GIANT map and our Torch beebots. We have to think about where the torch goes to and see if we can guide the Torch Beebot to it. It was lots of fun exploring where in Great Britain we know or could find with support.

We have also been learning all about the Olympics and ordinal numbers by using the Wii and the London 2012 Game. We have only been looking at the running but we are doing very well at it. We have to use a timer to make sure that all of our friends can have a go and share the fun. When the race ends we have to look at who came first, second or third and then we put our medal on the chart. We even get a sticker which some of us have been putting in our wider achievements section of our folios.

We are learning all about plants and  this week and we have been planting cress. We had to think very carefully about what equipment we would need and then how we would plant our seed. It was very  interesting and lots of us were able to share what we had been learning in nursery, what we had written in our plan and use that to help us think and decide. We even wrote a set of instructions to help people who visit our ‘garden’ and ‘garden centres’  and we are going to put them all into a book to help new gardeners plant seeds successfully. We have been using our thinking flowers to help us think about our learning

We have been measuring lots and lots this week. We had to measure different leaves and then Jack was very kind and let us borrow his Beanstalk garden  and measure all the beanstalks which have been growing there. It was tricky because some of us had to estimate and measure. We learned that when you estimate you have to make a sensible guess before you measure. On Thursday we all brought things in from home and we estimated and measured them. Then we shared our object or toy with our friends to let them do the same. We all brought really good measuring objects in, there was even a Slinky which was long and short! We used our thinking flowers and triangle again and it helped us talk lots about measure.

We are still enjoying hearing and learning all about Jack and the Beanstalk and this week we looked at scenes form different books and we had to highlight where the characters were speaking. We have been learning that speech marks open and close to show when someone starts and stops speaking. We all used the Promethean Board to highlight some pages from books which we had already read and then we got a sheet from a book we had not read. Some of us had to highlight what the different charachters said in different colours and some of us had to highlight any speech using just one colour. It was quite hard but we all got there in the end.

Lastly we are still getting some super homework from our classmates. This week Tallulah has been very excited as two of the pieces of homework have been about her! Aiden made a mask and picture with his family. We all agreed that they were SUPER!

We would love it if you want to have a look and comment on the work that the nursery boys and girls have been doing. We share our Active Learning Zone with them on a Tuesday and Friday because we are getting so big that we are nearly in P2 and they are nearly in P1!

https://wikis.glowscotland.org.uk/0003321/Jack_and_the_Beanstalk_Pre-school

NEXT WEEK

  • We are all going on our trip to Blair Drummond Safari Park on Tuesday and won’t be back at school until 4pm. Please remember to wear your play clothes, bring a packed lunch and bring a waterproof coat.
  • P1a1 and P1a2 have gym on Wednesday afternoon.
  • We will have a new way of doing homework this term. All homework will be given out on a Thursday and is due back on a Wednesday. Each week there will be a Yellow Book Challenge to do but you can pick which challenge you want to do from a list of 4.

On the day your child has gym, please ensure they returned their clean shorts, t-shirts and gym shoes (some of us have grown a little so please check that they still fit) and have no jewellery on. Also, please tie up long hair. Thank you. Gym bags will be sent home this week as there is no gym next week.

Our topic is all about Jack and the Beanstalk, Growing Plants and the Olympics.

“It’s a beanstalk!!!” ‘seed’ Jack.

This week we gave the performance of a lifetime at our assembly.  The audience seemed to love watching us as much as we loved performing our story of Jack and the Beanstalk.

We have been thinking about what skills people need for different jobs.  We decided to make a gardener and a shop keeper for our garden centres.  We had fun drawing round our friends and painting them to turn them into role play workers.  Next, on post its we wrote the skills needed to do the different jobs and stuck them on the people.

  

Our task in the Active Learning Zone this week has been to plan what we would like in our shop.  We had lots of fantastic ideas and wrote them all down on our planning sheets.  Together we decided that we would like to make a shop that sells toys and food and thought it would be good to make a supermarket.

  

We have started setting up our shop and are looking forward to looking through our plans and adding more to it next week. 

Our countdown to the Olympic torch arriving in Dundee continues.  We are very excited that there are only a few days left until the torch arrives.

Next week we are having visitors to our school from America.  We are very excited about meeting them. 

NEXT WEEK

  • P1a2 have gym on Wednesday afternoon.
  • P1a1 have gym on Thursday afternoon.
  • We will have a new way of doing homework this term. All homework will be given out on a Thursday and is due back on a Wednesday. Each week there will be a Yellow Book Challenge to do but you can pick which challenge you want to do from a list of 4.

On the day your child has gym, please ensure they returned their clean shorts, t-shirts and gym shoes (some of us have grown a little so please check that they still fit) and have no jewellery on. Also, please tie up long hair. Thank you.

Our topic is all about Jack and the Beanstalk.

Jack, something is growing outside your window!

Well some very exciting things have been going on this week – we have been learning lots more about our Jack and the Beanstalk story and project. Our assembly is very soon so we have been listening carefully and we evern have a special pen which reads the story in Polish and English. Our assembly has been going well and we are getting very good at using our BIG voices to make sure that everyone will be able to hear our performance. We have also been thinking carefully about how we stand and making sure that we always face our audience so that everyone can hear us… It has been very exciting and we can’t wait to share our hard work with our school and families.

  

We have been meeting some of the nursery boys and girls who will be taking our place in Primary One next year as we are getting so big we will be in Primary Two soon. Here is a link to see what they have been learning about Jack and the Beanstalk.

https://wikis.glowscotland.org.uk/0003321/Jack_and_the_Beanstalk_Pre-school

We have had some amazing homework projects going on recently and now we have beanstalks in our classrooms! Ellie, Alexander, Aiden and John have all build their own beanstalks – all complete with their own Jack and Giants. All the teachers were amazed and impressed and Mrs McDonald even gave them a Head Teacher award! We have put them in our classrooms where something has been growing too!

   

 After we created our topic plans with our teachers we started to put our garden centres together. P1a2 decided that they wanted to call their garden centre Dibbies because some of us had been to Dobbies and we thought it sounded like that name but it was a but different. We have put lots of things into our centres and have had fun making labels and price tags for things.

In the Active Learning Zone we have been busy planning to have a shop. We have had to think about what we would like in our shop, who would work their and what skills they would need to have. It was lots of fun and we can’t wait to see what we will create when we apply what we have been designing!

 

We are still learning about and using money in our Garden Centres, numeracy areas and the Active Learning Zone. We have been looking at different notes and have been making our own money! Our teachers said if we could use it we would be VERY rich!

 

In Primary 1a2 Pirate Pete and Pirate the Parrot invited a friend to visit us which was a lovely surprise! Pirate the Parrot had been a bit lonely so he invited his best friend Tallulah the Toucan to come and visit us. She flew in our classroom window at the weekend and we knew that she was here to stay for a while because she even had her own suitcase. Some of the Busy Bees recognised the word ‘fragile’ on her case from their reading book. Tallulah said that she had flown across from the other side of the island our Smugglers Cave is on and that she had seen an amazing sight – A GIANT BEANSTALK! It was going all the way from the back of the cave in our classroom to the other side of ‘island’ in the Active Learning Zone. We can’t wait to see if she has been having any adventures after the weekend…

 

On Tuesday, Tony the Minister came to visit us. He has been telling us some stories from the Bible. This week he was telling us about Noah and his Ark. We thought it was a brilliant story and lots of us have been drawing pictures of the animals, the ark, Mr and Mrs Noah and the rainbow that God sent to show that the rain had ended, Dylin even made a brilliant model with his family as part of his homework challenge. Abdul Malik and Abigail knew how rainbows were made and lots of us had seen them but none of us had seen an Ark! We really enjoy our visits from Tony and we look forward to seeing him again soon.

 

We have been getting very excited about the Olympics. We are following the Olympic torch as it travels through the United Kingdom. We can’t wait until it reaches Dundee and there will be a special party in Baxter Park!

 

This Friday has been our Jubilee Jamboree. We all dressed up in red, white and blue clothes- Ellie even made her own hair bobbles and skirt which were fantastic.  We had a competition where we had to design a Jubilee stamp or coin and Rory won. Mr Mackay (Mrs Mackay’s husband) even let us borrow his medal to get some ideas of what the Queen might like. We have been designing our own Union Jacks in the Active Learning and Aiden even made a delicious cup cake!

  

 

Week Starting Wednesday 6th June 2012

THERE WILL BE NO SCHOOL ON MONDAY OR TUESDAY AS IT IS THE JUBILEE HOLIDAY

WE HAVE OUR ASSEMBLY ON WEDNESDAY 6th JUNE at 2pm. All family and friends welcome!

  • We will have a new way of doing homework this term. All homework will be given out on a Thurdsay and is due back on a Wednesday. Each week there will be a Yellow Book Challenge to do but you can pick which challenge you want to do from a list of 3.

On the day your child has gym, please ensure they returned their clean shorts, t-shirts and gym shoes (some of us have grown a little so please check that they still fit) and have no jewellery on. Also, please tie up long hair. Thank you.

Please remember to return your child’s summer trip as soon as a possible.

This week we are learning how to perform an assembly.

Jack – It’s ‘bean’ a while!

We are learning about Jack and the Beanstalk .

Both classes have done a fantastic plan and had lots of ideas of things we know already and things we would like to learn about.     

                                

We now have a Giant’s castle complete with the Giant’s handwriting book, a Giant’s table and the Giant’s cooker.

   

We also have a HUGE beanstalk and we had to make lots and lots of leaves for it.

   

We are super excited about our assembly and have been practising a lot! Some of us have a script and words to say. We all made an invitation to  ask someone to come along to our assembly.

   

We have been continuing with some wonderful homework tasks.

                             

NEXT WEEK

  • We all have gym on Wednesday afternoon.
  • We will have a new way of doing homework this term. All homework will be given out on a Thurdsay and is due back on a Wednesday. Each week there will be a Yellow Book Challenge to do but you can pick which challenge you want to do from a list of 3.

On the day your child has gym, please ensure they returned their clean shorts, t-shirts and gym shoes (some of us have grown a little so please check that they still fit) and have no jewellery on. Also, please tie up long hair. Thank you.

Please remember to return your child’s summer trip as soon as a possible.

Our topic is all about Jack and the Beanstalk.

What sport do pirates like? Arrrrrrrrrm wrestling!

This has been a very busy week so its just as well we have been learning all about co-ordinates or else we would have gotten lost! First of all we got another present from our friendly pirate, Pirate Pete. There was a big box with a letter and a visitor inside…. it was Pirate the Parrot. We listened to a story where he was part of the ships crew! We have learnt that he is a Scarlet Macaw and he will stay with us as long as we promised Pirate Pete that we would look after him. We were even more excited to hear that Pirate the Parrot would go and visit Pirate Pete at the weekend when we were at home with our families so we have left a window open so he can fly in and out… Pirate Pete’s letter also said that if Pirate the Parrot is happy in our class she might even bring some of her friends to visit us too!

We have been having ever such a fab time in the Active Learning Zone making lots of treasure maps. These have been really detailed and we have been building on what we have been doing by learning all about co-ordinates. We had a grid with lots of pirate pictures on it and we had to work out what grid they were in. We thought it was tricky but we all did really well. We have also been making our pictures of pirate ships on the Promethean Board and with the big bricks. We are really pleased with our work.

  

We are still learning all about subtraction and have been practising trying to work out missing number subtraction. It was very different from working out normal subtraction and some of us thought that it was a bit like trying to solve a problem.

We have been thinking about different ways to think! Mrs Munro introduced us to some thinking flowers. We recognised the triangle from the one that our teachers have on their walls and we discovered that the flowers were the same colour as the bands of the pyramid. Each of the colours meant we had to think in a different way… it was so much fun and we got fab answers when we thought about a story we had been reading. We can’t wait to use them again!

  

On Wednesday Tony the Minister came to see us. He told us a great story all about how God made the world and about what different people believe. It was really interesting and we are really looking forward to his next visit.

On Friday we got a a surprise when a story bag arrived in our class. It had lots of exciting things which made us think about what story they could be from. When the bag was empty we decided that the story was ‘Jack and the Beanstalk’ and that we would like to do a project about it. We also read  the story and the book was very special because it had dots in it which we could put a magic pen on and it told us the story in English and if we touched a different dot it read the story to us in Polish. It was lots of fun and we really liked listening to it in a different language!

  

  

   

Week Starting Monday 21st  May 2012

THERE IS NO SCHOOL ON MONDAY AS IT IS A HOLIDAY

  • We all have gym on Wednesday afternoon.
  • We will have a new way of doing homework this term. All homework will be given out on a Thurdsay and is due back on a Wednesday. Each week there will be a Yellow Book Challenge to do but you can pick which challenge you want to do from a list of 3.
  • THE SCHOOL IS CLOSED ON FRIDAY FOR INSET TRAINING.

On the day your child has gym, please ensure they returned their clean shorts, t-shirts and gym shoes (some of us have grown a little so please check that they still fit) and have no jewellery on. Also, please tie up long hair. Thank you.

Please remember to return your child’s summer trip as soon as a possible.

Our topic is all about Jack and the Beanstalk.

Why can’t the pirate answer his phone? It’s off the hook!

Ahoy there me mateys. We have been having a great old time even though we are all landlubbers! We have been learning lots and lots about pirates and money this week with our teachers and in the sunshine room they have been learning all about plants too!

   

Some of us go to the sunshine room in the morning. It is lots of fun and we show each other lovely manners and we learn lots of exciting new things. Over the last few weeks we have been learning about plants and growing because when it was spring we saw lots of new things growing and changing around us. We thought that it was so interesting that we even made a garden centre in our Sunshine room to help us to talk about and learn more about plants- we even have some real ones!                           

    

All of us have been learning about money and we have got a bank in our Active Learning Zone and we have been making our own shops with things around us in our classrooms where we have to put a price on things and sell them to our friends. It has been lots of fun and we have been learning that there are lots of different ways you can use money.

                              

In number work we have also been learning all about subtraction! We are so clever that we can take away to find the missing answer as  well as find the missing number if it is in the sum itself! Some of use even noticed that if we used the numbers to add we got the first number!

  

We have been reading lots of exciting pirate stories and we have picked our favourite four!

  

We are all looking forward to voting next week on which is our favourite one!

We have also been making pirate chest with Mrs McLean. We think that pirtaes would love to steal them because the treasure is so sparkly.

 

Week Starting Tuesday 14th May 2012

 

  • We all have gym on Wednesday afternoon- long hair tied up and NO earrings please.
  • We will have a new way of doing homework this term. All homework will be given out on a Thurdsay and is due back on a Wednesday. Each week there will be a Yellow Book Challenge to do but you can pick which challenge you want to do from a list of 4.
  • Mrs Smith is visiting us on Monday morning.
  • Tony the Minister is visiting us on Wednesday morning.
  • P1a1 have paired reading on Tuesday afternoon.
  • P1a2 have paired reading on Friday morning.

On the day your child has gym, please ensure they returned their clean shorts, t-shirts and gym shoes (some of us have grown a little so please check that they still fit) and have no jewellery on. Also, please tie up long hair. Thank you.

Please remember to return your child’s summer trip as soon as a possible.

Our topic is Pirates. We will be learning about coordinates this week(there’s treasure on there maps me ‘arties!).




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