Homework Wk Beg 16.9.19

Please look at the homework grid below and complete. If there are issues uploading homework it can be completed in homework jotters. If there are any issues accessing homework please check the class blog or write a note in children’s homework diary.

If you are going to upload onto Teams, please remember to do so via the TURN IN rather than upload.

16.09.19 Homework Task Sheet PDF

P6 Homework Grid – Natural Disasters

Spelling weeks 1-5

P6b’s Termly Overview

Here is what P6b will be learning over this term.

6b Term 1 Overview

Active Spelling Fun

Over the past couple of weeks Primary 6b have been practicing their spelling words using lots of different active spelling strategies. In class we used play doh, pipe cleaners and letter stampers to practice our words. It was great fun!

Meet the Teacher Information

Hi everyone,

Thank you to all those that came to meet the teacher on Thursday. It was lovely to meet you all. For those that couldn’t attend here is the information that you may need to know:

Kirkhill Primary Meet the Teacher September 2019

Homework Week Beginning 9.9.10

Please look at the homework grid below and complete. If there are issues uploading homework it can be completed in homework jotters. If there are any issues accessing homework please check the class blog or write a note in children’s homework diary.

 

If you are going to upload onto Teams, please remember to do so via the TURN IN rather than upload.

9.09.19 Homework Task Sheet

P6 Homework Grid – Natural Disasters

Spelling weeks 1-5

 

In PDF

9.09.19 Homework Task Sheet

P6 Homework Grid – Natural Disasters

Spelling weeks 1-5

 

Homework Sheet

For those that can’t get access to the homework via Teams, here is the homework sheet for this week and the topic grid.

 

I hope this helps.

Miss Flynn

2.9.19 Homework Task Sheet

P6 Homework Grid – Natural Disasters

OUTDOOR LEARNING CLOTHING – AMENDMENT

Different outdoor learning experiences offer opportunities for personal and learning skills development in areas such as communication, problem solving, information technology, working with others and thinking skills. Learning in the outdoors can make significant contributions to literacy, numeracy and health and wellbeing. Therefore, outdoor learning offers many opportunities for learners to deepen and contextualise their understanding within curriculum areas, and for linking learning across the curriculum in different contexts and at all levels.

(Learning and Teaching Scotland, 2010)

 

At Kirkhill Primary we strive to provide regular outdoor learning experiences for all our children.  As a school we have a fantastic outdoor space which can be used across the curriculum to develop our children socially, emotionally and academically. During last session we had a super Science Garden added to our fantastic Eco garden and we can’t wait to explore here and other areas of our school grounds!

 

To allow all pupils to access outdoor learning in the changeable Scottish weather, we would appreciate the children bringing in outdoor clothing (wellies, rain jackets and trousers) on days they will be learning outdoors. Class teachers will let you know via the class blogs the days that these are required so that you can keep them at home on other days.  Also, if you have any spare items which your child is not using any more and you are happy to give these to the school, please put this in a bag with it clearly labelled as spare clothing for the school to allow items to be shared with our families.

 

Thank you in advance with your support with outdoor learning and please get in touch if you have any questions. This support will allow our children to have a fantastic time learning outdoors come rain or shine!

Welcome Back!

Primary 6b have been working so hard during the first few weeks of term and have made Mr Tyler and Miss Flynn feel very welcome. A link to this weeks homework can be found below and it can also be found on Microsoft teams – Navigation Help Sheet should be in Homework Folders.  If there are any questions about homework or anything else, please do no hesitate to ask. Looking forwards to seeing you at the Meet the Teacher Night on Thursday.

https://teams.microsoft.com/_#/school/classroom/General?threadId=19:ae586f13ca2541cbb304552dcebb2e3c@thread.skype&ctx=channel

Outdoor Learning

Different outdoor learning experiences offer opportunities for personal and learning skills development in areas such as communication, problem solving, information technology, working with others and thinking skills. Learning in the outdoors can make significant contributions to literacy, numeracy and health and wellbeing. Therefore, outdoor learning offers many opportunities for learners to deepen and contextualise their understanding within curriculum areas, and for linking learning across the curriculum in different contexts and at all levels.

(Learning and Teaching Scotland, 2010)

 

At Kirkhill Primary we strive to provide regular outdoor learning experiences for all of our children.  As a school we have a fantastic outdoor space which can be used across the curriculum to develop our children socially, emotionally and academically. During last session we had a super Science Garden added to our amazing Eco Garden and we can’t wait to explore here and other areas of our school grounds!

To allow all pupils to access outdoor learning in the changeable Scottish weather, we would like to ask if pupils could please bring in a named bag with old wellies, trousers (waterproof if possible but other old trousers if not) and a rain jacket.  Please do not buy any new items!  If you do not have any of these items which could be left in school throughout term time, please send a note to your child’s teacher and we will organise this for you.  If you could please ensure that all items of clothing and wellies have your child’s name and class clearly marked, that would be fantastic.  Also, if you have any spare items which your child is not using any more and you are happy to give these to the school, please put this in a bag with it clearly labelled as spare clothing for the school to allow items to be shared with our families.

Thank you in advance with your support with outdoor learning and please get in touch if you have any questions. This support will allow our children to have a fantastic time learning outdoors come rain or shine!

P5 Talents and Achievements

 

Zaydan told us about his family celebrations for Eid. He showed the class his lego master truck which he got with his money and told us he was able to build it independently in one night!

 

Alexis enjoys writing songs in her spare time. She performed her song about marmalade this afternoon and everyone danced along.

Well done P5b!  Please keep sharing your talents and achievements with the class.