Class email – P5acdps@gmail.com
Welcome to our P5A Class Webpage
Hello P5A Families,
Please find below, suggested activities to help practise the spelling sound/rule of the week. Homework jotters can be used for spelling menu activities but should not be sent back to school at the moment. Please keep these at home. If you would like to send any pictures to the class email address P5aCDPS@gmail.com then I would love to see them.
Here is a website you can also use to practice your spelling words, play some games with them, or do a spelling test! – click here
Each week a new grid of suggested activities will be posted onto our P5 page. The activities and ideas have been created and chosen so that they can be used at home without needing too many resources or preparation. Please don’t worry if you don’t manage to do all the activities during the week or find some tricky – try your best 🙂
It would great to see what you are doing so please do email me some photographs or video clips and share your news. Please also email if you have any questions about the activities or tasks.
email@example.com or visit our Twitter page – P5 Twitter Page
Mrs McCulloch and P5@Mrs_McCulloch08
Above is your final home learning grid this term. The grid has lots of fun activities on it. Have a go at completing what you can. Email pictures over for me to see. Miss Gainford has also included some activities for you to complete.
I have created a piece of word art below. It includes some of my favourite things we have done throughout the school year. It is shaped like an elephant because I will not forget the fantastic memories we have had together! Have a go at creating your own word art picture! Find details on the grid.
22nd June Home learning
Continue to work through the P5 learning grid and the transition grids from last week. There will be class meetings/chats on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday at 11 am. Please email with any questions and keep in touch!
Welcome to week 9 of home learning. The Microsoft Teams meetings/chats have been a big success. Information about this weeks meetings and times are on the learning grid. Any questions please get in touch. Please keep sending over pictures of your work. I look forward to catching up this week.
Information about Microsoft Teams meetings for next week can be found on the grid. Friday is a non – school day for pupils as it is a teacher training day.
Welcome to week 7 of home learning. Feel free to email me with any questions, pictures or news of what you have been doing.
This week’s home learning grid can be found below along with work from Miss Gainford. Complete as much as you can, however, please do not worry if you are finding it difficult to motivate your learner, we are going through challenging times and I am aware that it can be a struggle. Don’t forget you can revisit learning grids from previous weeks too.
I will be sending out an email this week asking for everyone to check in and let me know how they are getting on. I will also introduce the idea of ‘Teams’ meetings which I hope to start next week.
Welcome to week 6 of home learning. I hope everyone is well. Thank you for sending in the video clips for the Pass the ball challenge. Watch this space, hopefully, you will see the finished result later today! Do not hesitate to get in touch with any questions, and as always please send any photos of your work or activities you have been doing.
Please find the Primary 5’s ‘Pass the Ball’ video below!
4th May Home Learning
Hello, Thank you for your communication last week. It is great to hear how everyone is getting on and what you have been doing during the lockdown. Keep sending me emails, photos and Tweets! Along with activities on the learning grid, Miss Gainford has put together lots of interesting activities for you to do this week. Do what you are able. Any questions please get in touch.
The P7 class have undertaken the loo roll challenge and created a lovely video. I would like our class to do a ‘Pass The Ball Challenge’ as a thank you to the NHS. Find more info in the PE section of the learning grid. Send your video clips in by Friday 8th May
27th April Home Learning
I hope everyone is well. I would like everyone to be in touch with me at some point this week. You can email through Glow or the Gmail address above. I am looking forward to hearing from you all.
Please find the home learning grid for this week on the link below.
I hope you all had an enjoyable Easter break. I had a busy time helping on the farm with lambing. I enjoy being a shepherdess but am happy to return to being a teacher now the holidays are over!
I am looking forward to hearing from you all. Please keep in touch. The home learning grid for this week (20th April) is below;
Primary 5 Term 4 week 3 activities Miss Gainford
General Resources – Here is a link to ‘Blooms Buttons’. This includes examples of questions that could be asked and may be helpful to use when carrying out reading activities – Blooms Buttons
This week’s core learning activities (click links to download
Hello! Please find the home learning grid for this week 30th March below.
Within the grid is a mixture of activities from Mrs McCulloch and Miss Gainford
For Music Activities, visit Mrs Teale’s Learning Page
Previous learning activities
(please try any of the activities as many times as you like.)
Hello from Miss Gainford,
This week we are continuing with the Easter Story. After Jesus left the Last Supper he went to pray in the Garden of Gethsemane. See if you can find The Lord’s Prayer and copy it using the correct letter joins and then try to memorise it. Prayers often include asking for something ( often to help others ), or guidance or to be forgiven and a promise. Using this list, write your own prayer.
We have been working on time and I would like you to draw up your own timetable.
Divide an A4 sheet into a table with four rows and eight columns .
Use this sheet to write the days of the week at the top [ starting in the second box along ] and divide your days into morning, afternoon and evening.
Include the following items in each day.
Exercise, an act of kindness, learning something new, communicating with friends or family, sharing, something creative, breaks and of course Monday to Friday, school work.
For art, I would like you to draw or paint the view from your window, it can be any time of the day. Look for detail that you might not have noticed before, decide the best media to use. You could even make it three dimensional by recycling items at home.