Welcome to Primary 1a With Ms Fraser
Due to coronavirus, learning tasks and resources for your children will be added to their class page. Check your child’s class page regularly to receive new learning resources.
For parents without access to the internet, learning packs may be picked up from the school on Tuesday 28th April.
Please find below home learning work for your child to complete:
Biff, Chip and Kipper books can be accessed for free at the following link (must sign up):
Gym will be on a Monday and Thursday, so make sure that your child has their gym kit in school on these days.
This term our topic is Fairyland, so our maths and language learning will be linked to Fairytales. It would be great if you could read Fairytales to your children throughout this term. We will also continue our outdoor learning.
Primary 1 are also lucky to be visited by a music specialist from the Youth Music Initiative. Children will get specialist music education fortnightly.
Additionally, this term teachers will be delivering book bug parent sessions. These are a fun chance to learn more about reading and songs with your child. Be on the look out for letters – it would be great if you could come.
For homework, please make sure that your child is practising their sounds and reading books every night. This will really help your child with their learning in class.
https://www.topmarks.co.uk/maths-games/3-5-years/counting – this link contains fun maths games which will help develop your child’s numeracy skills. These can be accessed by clicking on the above website address.
At Pirie Park Primary, we recognise achievement. Therefore, children are able to gain awards for good behaviour and hard work at assemblies. As well as this, we all have a recognition board used in class. Whenever your child is showing good behaviour, they will be rewarded by being added to the recognition board. We also have hot chocolate Fridays for two children a week who behave well and work hard!
Children at Pirie Park are encouraged to bring a healthy snack to school. This is to promote good dietary habits, which hopefully will be held throughout your child’s life.
During this term we will be developing our Spanish skills. We will be learning about how Semana Santa is celebrated in Spain. We will be learning some Spanish words including praising language, weather phrases and numbers.