Virtual Transition Videos

Hello Primay 5T, 5K and 5i!

It is hard to believe that we are now in our final days of Primary 5…
Details about your final class chat will be posted by your teachers at this week on Teams, so keep your eyes peeled.

Below I have attached the video links from your P6 teachers as part of our virtual bump up day. Primary 5i, Mr McClure is new and he will be making a video today – we will post it as soon as we have it. If you have any questions please just ask, and we will do our best to answer them. 

Primary 5T’s video by Miss Anderson –

Primary 5K’s video by Mr Franchi –

Primary 5i’s video by Mr McClure –

You really are the ‘Fabulous Fives’ and it has been an absolute pleasure teaching you all this year. We wish you well in Primary 6 and we can’t wait to see you around the school when we return! We hope you have a fantastic summer when it comes.  Take care 😊

Team P5

Virtual Whole School Assembly

Hi all,

Our first virtual whole school assembly will be taking place tomorrow – Thursday 7th May 2020 – at 10am. It is expected to last between 20-25 minutes and further details will be posted on the school blog.

There will be singing, dancing and more for all of our Onthank families to enjoy! Your families will also be more than welcome to join us online.

As part of the assembly, we have asked for pupils/parents to send us any recordings of dancing, or pictures of the challenges set. 

Fingers crossed all of the technology works and we hope to see you there!

Team P5 😊

Coronavirus – Teaching Resource

Dear Parents and Carers,

I hope everyone is safe and well.

A child friendly resource has become available for teaching young children about the corona virus which I would have used to teach my pupils. The resource has been put together by Twinkl and if you would like a copy of the PowerPoint to discuss it with your child, please let me know.  I can put the file on the Teams page or provide a link for you to access directly.

Mrs Irving

P5i Incredibles

Our last day before the Easter break was bittersweet, but we tried to ensure that whilst keeping children emotionally and physically safe, they had fun with their friends in school.
It was a treat to watch the children interact with each other as they completed their art activities, as they enjoyed socialising with their stage partners in our make shift cafe –    thanks for having us all Mrs Kilpatrick –    and as they took part in our Ping Pong tournament. Giving our P7s a meaningful and heartfelt send-off at 3:00 rounded off our day.
It will be a while before we can all learn and socialise in this way again, but please know that:
We are handing children back to parents – but only for a little while. We teachers have so much more we want to do for our pupils. Please take care of them.

P5 Covid-19 Update

P5 Covid19 covernote

Update by Mrs Mills now including contact email addresses:

We have put together a learning pack for your child. As we don’t know the duration of the closure, we have attempted to provide a range of activities which we would encourage your child to complete throughout the day, please use your own judgement as every child and situation is different.

With such short notice we have not been able to differentiate for all levels of ability and would advise that your child completes what they can from the tasks provided.

Please regularly check Teams, the P5 Blog, and Bug Club as we will keep this updated with daily tasks and activities for your child to complete.

The jotter provided can be used to complete any written activities or assignments that cannot be done within the class Teams page or through another online format.

We would ask that, where possible, you try to keep to a routine of learning to support our young people, academically, during these challenging times.

P5 teachers will be available to answer emails from you and your children during the usual school hours and will try to respond as soon as possible.

 

Mrs Irving           P5I        eairene.irving2@glow.sch.uk

Mrs Kilpatrick  P5K     easheila.kilpatrick@glow.sch.uk

Miss Telford       P5T      ealauran.telford@glow.sch.uk

 

              

P5i update

Tomorrow, children will receive learning packs with resources for them to use at home.  The starter pack will contain resources for maths and language and other curricular areas. There are also many useful websites with lots of educational ideas and lessons should you wish to use them.

Children should have all log in details required for school websites. If not, please contact me so this can be sorted.

Please log in to Glow and our Teams page for regular updates and resources.

Please note:                                                                                                                             Children will be taking their castles home with them at the end of the day.

Mrs Irving

 

 

P5i Maths, but not as you may know it

Children enjoyed their Maths lesson today as we consolidated knowledge on Time conversion

and then we developed mathematical calculations by playing an extended game of Bingo.  They were also challenged whilst playing Three Card Trump and Game 500. These are games you can play at home to help support your child with times tables and number operations.

Could I also remind pupils and parents that a new page has been set up using Microsoft Teams and children can access it through their normal Glow login.  Mrs Wright has set up a survey for all pupils to complete and I have included a copy of our class poem. Teams can be accessed using phones, tablets, laptops, xBox and PS4.

If you would like any more details about using Teams, please do not hesitate to contact me – or ask your child’s friends if they have been at school this week.

Mrs Irving

P.S.      I have updated Maths games on Bug Club to help revise Decimals, Fractions and Percentages.

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