If you are feeling creative why don’t you try to win £5000 for our school and £100 for yourself by designing a new book token. Here are some previous book token designs to get you inspired, you could use your favourite book, a place you like to read, words and pictures.
Click on this link and it will take you to the website for all the information you need and the template and entry form:
Just a wee reminder about our blog being pick’n’mix and that the pages will be updated with some new activities during the week.
*Teams – each class now has a Teams group (see Mrs Wright’s post below). Click on your class’s tile and use your Glow login details. We would still like you to upload your work on to your blog but Teams can be used for the following:
*Asking your teacher questions about your home learning.
*Requesting a password reset.
*For chatting with classmates or your teacher – remember it is good to stay connected.
Teams alerts teachers when someone posts a message so this is a quick way to get a response.
*Bug Club account – Pearson, the company that runs Bug Club and Active Maths, has made several additional resources free for schools to use during the lockdown. So sometimes you may find some new activities in your ‘My Stuff’ section. These include spelling games, Rapid Reader books and maths videos. Here is what it may look like:
*STEM activities are now also available.
*P4 Picture Gallery is where we are celebrating home learning.
*Did you know that you can email your teacher from your own email account through Glow? Just click on this tile:
As always, we are only providing you with ideas for home learning. You also have your paper pack and we are more than happy to hear about your own ideas too.
Friday 8th May is a holiday this week. It is a bank holiday celebrating the 75th Victory in Europe Day (VE Day) which helped bring an end to World War 2 in 1945.
So enjoy your 4 day week and hopefully we will continue to get nice weather.
At the side of this post (on a computer) or at the very bottom (on a mobile phone) you will notice that 4 tiles have appeared. Each class has a tile and if you click on your tile it will take you directly to your class Teams page (you will need to log in to Glow). Why don’t you have a shot just now to see if it works? Say hi on Teams and see if you get a message back from your teacher!
Happy Monday everyone! We hope you had a lovely weekend.
Just a wee reminder of how our blog works – think of it as a pick’n’mix! We are putting up ideas for activities and it is up to you which ones you want to complete. You also have your pack we sent home if you would rather do that. Or if you have an idea or project that interests you then that would be great too. You can always email your teacher if you have questions or work you’d like to share.
*As always each page is regularly updated with new suggestions.
*2 new pages added to the blog. STEM ideas for budding scientists, technology fans, engineers and mathematicians. A picture gallery where p4 teachers are posting pictures to celebrate learners’ achievements in home learning.
*Thank you for all your shadow picture messages. They were lovely to see.
Have a great week everyone and try to get outdoors to enjoy the dry, warm weather.
The p4 teachers are missing you all so much! We are loving seeing your work on the blog or hearing how you are getting on through emails.
If you haven’t said “Hi” yet it would be great to hear from you!;-)
We are working hard at home creating fun ideas for you to try at home. Remember to have lots of fun with your family too. There are so many skills to learn from being at home and around your local area.
Mrs Findlay has set us a task which will help us on our journey to achieving our Rights Respecting School Award. It would be amazing if P4 gave it a go and shared our thoughts on our blogs or by email to your teacher.
Please follow the link below where you will find all of the information as well as a lesson to try. You will be asked to get talking to family members about the environmental changes they have noticed in their communities.