All the boys and girls in P3/4 looked great for Children in Need. We even had a spotty theme in numeracy. Here are the boys and girls decorating Pudsey’s bandana with spots with odd and even numbers.
Golden Ticket winners for Friday 15 November. Congratulations to:
Primary 7 is raising money for BBC Children in Need and Cash for Kids. On Friday 15th November children are invited to wear bright or spotty clothes and have “crazy hair”. A £1.00 donation can be paid through ParentPay. The raised funds will be halved between Children in Need and Cash for Kids.
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Thank you for your continued support.
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Catrine Primary School Parent Council is holding a “bingo night” at St John Lodge in Catrine on Friday 15 November. Please click on the link below for full details:
Over the last 10 weeks P7 have been working towards achieving their bronze, silver and gold awards during their swimming sessions at Auchinleck Academy. The pupils have been developing their water confidence, core aquatic skills and stroke techniques and completed their block today with a fun swim. Well done P7!
Star of the Day winners for week commencing Monday 4 November. Congratulations to:
A reminder that P2 will be visiting the A M Brown Institute this Friday ( 15th November).
P2 will be making a healthy soup and therefore we kindly ask that children bring along a container so they can take the soup home.
Thank you. 😊
Week 3 – Homophones
Words that sound the same but are spelled differently and mean different things.
grate/great, its/it’s, heard/herd, bear/bare, be/bee
Spending too much time on phones, computers, tablets and gaming devices can affect children and young people’s language and communication skills, sleep, and general health. In turn, this can affect their education and general well-being. Please click on the link below for further information.
Catrine Primary School No Screen Day 20 November 2019.
Children can practise their spelling words in any way they wish, and may want to use our activity sheet. There will be a spelling test in class on a Friday and this will be completed at the back of homework jotters so that results can be shared at home. Please remember to bring spelling jotters in to school on a Friday.
The whole school will be visiting the Palace Theatre in Kilmarnock to see “Cinderella” on Tuesday 17 December. A contribution of £10.00 can be paid through ParentPay. Payment to be made by Friday 13 December.
Your child will be issued with a permission form shortly.
If you wish any further information, please do not hesitate to contact the school office.
Today P3/4 organised an Odd Sock Day to celebrate the start of our Anti Bullying Week. It reminds us that we are all different and these differences should be celebrated. We were amazed by all the brightly coloured socks on show! Well done everyone!
Aiden and Lexi were our fantastic photographers. Can you spot Mrs Govans? …
A reminder that Mrs Schendel will be running an after school homework club starting tomorrow at 3pm-4pm. This is a drop in session and an opportunity to ask Mrs Schendel any questions you may have on supporting your child’s learning at home or to spend time completing homework tasks with your child. The session will take place in the ICT suite and computers will be available to use. This club is open to pupils from P1 to P7, however all pupils must be accompanied by an adult. Pupils will be dismissed from school as normal to meet their parents in the playground and can then re-enter through the main doors where they will be asked to sign in.
The focus for Primary 7 spelling homework this week is homophones. All groups have the same words as the focus is on knowing the spelling and meaning of each. This week’s words are:
right/write, ring/wring, road/rode/rowed, route/root, sail/sale, scene/seen, see/sea
Please remember to bring jotters into school on Friday for the weekly spelling test.
Green: ea and e_e
Tricky Words: because, best
Well done to all the boys and girls who took part in Polar Regions Talks. The class enjoyed hearing each other as well as asking questions and taking part in peer assessment. We have displayed some of the wonderful work in class.
Golden Ticket winners for Friday 8 November. Congratulations to:
Congratulations to Carter who completed level Seahorse 3 in swimming!