Class email – email@example.com
Welcome to our P7A Class Webpage
Hi there everyone.
Each week a new learning grid will be posted here. Please try to complete as many activities as you can. Ideally, a minimum of 1.5 hours of work per day. Priority should be given to the maths and language activities. I am really looking forward to seeing your completed activities so please email them (or a picture) through to the address below. If you have any questions or issues, again, please contact me on the address below.
Mrs Milligan and Mrs Carlyle
Bake Off Update
Mr Tyson has decided that the quality of the bakes was too high to pick one winner. Everyone did such a super job. Pupils who took part will receive a prize and certificate when schools return.
Click here for the February Rigour Maths Calendars.
Mrs Carlyle’s email – firstname.lastname@example.org
School office email – email@example.com
School telephone number – 01556 502071
Each week a new grid of suggested activities will be posted onto our P6/7 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.
Parents can also sign up to the class Twitter page – Mrs Campbell and P6/7 @Mrs_Campbell50
The last week of term Home Learning Grid:
NEWSFLASH! P7 Celebration videos are coming out this week – see the Grid for details.
Please note that there are NO usual Teams meetings this week, I am planning a celebration on Teams this Wednesday 1st July– see the Home Learning Grid for details.
On Thursday the children are invited into school to pick up artwork, Anderson shelters, jotters and contents of their tray – see the Grid for details.
Have a great week everybody, and a relaxing Summer holiday!
Previous Home Learning Grids for Information: