Welcome to Primary 7
1st of all a great big well done to all who took part in the Sports Hall Athletics. They represented the school well and we are all really proud of them.
This term Primary 7 will be studying The Lifestyle of the Victorians. As a class we have been looking at school life and comparing it with school life today. The children have realised how lucky they are due to technology.
Primary 7 will be using STEM to create an abacus. This will be part of their design and technology and involve problem solving.
P.E. takes place on a Tuesday morning and Wednesday afternoon.
The children have been invited to visit a Victorian Church in Kilmarnock on the 23rd of October, They will discover Victorian architecture and other points of interest. They will be provided with a drink and can take their snack with them.
The homework task for Primary 7 should be completed and returned by the 26th October 2018.
Welcome to Term 3 for Primary 7.
Topic this term will be Theme Parks. Children will be asked to design a theme park and this will involve some STEM work.
Homework for this theme will be given out shortly.
Primary 7 have also been given the opportunity to take part in swimming lessons at Loudoun Academy on the following dates – 26th February, 5th, 12th and 19th March and 16th April. A letter will all details will follow shortly. Ask your child for the letter or check their bags.
Primary 7 have been enjoying swimming lessons at Loudoun Academy. We have some very capable swimmers and everyone is improving their confidence and skills in the water.
Primary 7 will, April or May, receive a Moving Up Kit, which will include items which will enable them to carry things on to Loudoun. Included will be a Parental Guide with links to the Scottish Book Trust who are developing the kits. There is a journal which your child can fill in and also a basic maths kit (pencil, sharpener etc.)
During the recent visit from HMIe, some of primary 7 were constructing 3D models.
Another group were problem solving.
Others in primary 7 were working on Range, Mean and Mode.