The past two weeks have been busy, busy for P1b! We have been learning the sounds b and u, more common words and the numbers 15 and 16. This week we have been revising and reinforcing work covered over the past few weeks.
Mrs Bryceland was in for our Music time teaching us new songs and musical games. We have been busy doing work on our Toys topic this week. It has also been Scottish Book Week and we received our Bookbug bags with goodies and activities to help encourage a love of reading,
All Primary 1 classes have been busy rehearsing this year’s Nativity presentation. All the children are working very hard on this. A big ’Well Done’ to Primary 1b’s most recent ‘Star of the Week’ winners-Hollie and Harith!
We had a lovely start to the week with our Remembrance day assembly. We made some poppy crosses for our class wall and we said a poem about a little Poppy.
We are able to say/write words with the b and u sounds and we can talk about a when/who/where in our reading and writing.
We have also started practising for our Nativity and have made a fantastic start by learning some songs.
We can use ten frames to make numbers between 10 and 20, and we have had a lot of fun through play with our 3D shapes.
P1c have been very busy. Last week was ‘Outdoor learning day’. We created bird feeders, and hung them outside on the Field of Dreams. Go on to Twitter and see some pictures of this, we had so much fun!
We learned all about Remembrance day, and created our own Poppy art for this. We also celebrated All Saints Day, and All Souls Day with the whole school, at mass with Fr. Hill.
We have learned the new sounds f and o within our Literacy, and 13 and 14 within our Numeracy. We also have looked closely at 3d shapes.
Well done to our most recent Stars of the Week Millie and Paulina, well deserved girls.
We are very excited about our upcoming Nativity show, and have started to practise for this.
Primary 1b have been involved in lots more learning over the past two weeks. In Literacy we have been finding out about the sounds g, l, f and o and have also been learning more Common Words. For “Big Writing” we are now looking at who, when and where in the sentence. We call these HOTS words. We have been working on the numbers 11, 12, 13 and 14 in Numeracy and Maths and, in addition, we have covered work on 3D shapes.
We had a whole school Mass for the Feast of All Saints’ Day, November 1st, and Father Hill also blessed our new St Vincent De Paul statue. In class we have also discussed the month of November being a month where we especially remember people who have died, November 2nd being the Feast Day of All Souls. We have made a display of poppies for our class altar in remembrance of those who have died in wars.
Thursday 7th of November was “Outdoor Learning Day” and we went outside looking for things which begin with certain sounds and we also did our counting up to 13 and 14 outside too. We discussed how outdoors can help us in our learning too, beyond the classroom!
We have started practising our songs for the Nativity shows and for the next few weeks we will be very busy rehearsing. Very exciting! Our “Stars of the Week” have been Aliyaah and Sahm-congratulations to them both!
Hello everyone. Can it really be November already? We have been learning g and l this week and lots of us are getting really good at writing our word wall words by ourselves. we have been reading The Gruffallo by Julia Donaldson and we have had great fun acting it out and re-telling the story using finger puppets.
in Numeracy we have moved on to number concepts from 11 to 20. We are practising using ten frames and talking about how we make amounts. We have also started to learn about 3D shape. Ask us to sing our song.
We had some really good pumpkins and witches from our creative work this week. The Halloween disco was also a big hit.
I think everyone really enjoyed the visit from C beebies . ridiculous rhyme show .
We had our final Eco “Out to Play” session with Sarah the Wednesday before we stopped for the October Week holiday. Unfortunately we had to stay inside our classroom for it as the weather was not “smiling” on us that day. We still had lots of fun though and got to make up our own stories with Sarah and she was also very impressed with the class’ “Wonder Box” which has pieces of our work from each session in the “Out to Play” programme. A big “thank you” to Sarah who has worked so hard to make these sessions enjoyable and fun over these weeks!
Our first week back in Term Two was a consolidation week and we have been busy revisiting sounds, common words and numbers we have been learning over the past few weeks. You may have noticed our Courtyard area has had a bit of a “makeover”. It is now a Creative/STEM area where we can let our imaginations run wild with ideas! At the moment we have lots of bits and pieces connected to the season of Autumn to look at and discuss, and also help us with our creativity.
At Assembly on Wednesday St Vincent’s “Oor Wullie” returned home from his stay at Prince’s Square shopping centre. It is good to have him back home. The children also heard a talk from one of the Glasgow Children Hospital Charity’s volunteers about how the “Oor Wullie” Trail has helped to raise funds for their charity. Finally, a big “Well Done” to Keegan who is our latest “Star of the Week” and also congratulations to Jayden who is our first “Mathematician of the Month”!
We have had an exceptionally busy week this week. It has been our Topic Week-People Who Help Us and we have been working on related activities. In addition, all Primary 1 classes very lucky to receive visits from Police Officer Belinda, Paramedics Elsa and Robert and Pollok Fire Brigade. All of our visitors spoke about their jobs and in what ways they help people and also showed us some of the equipment they need in their jobs. We were also fortunate to have a look inside both an ambulance and fire engine and everyone in our class had a shot of using a fire engine’s hose! A big thank you to all our visitors who made a special effort to come and talk to us!
The school had a Mass last Tuesday to celebrate St Vincent De Paul’s Feast Day which took place on September 27th while we were off. Beforehand our class had a look at the life of our Patron Saint and heard how much good work he did for the poor and the less fortunate and all the good charity work he did which continues to this day in his name throughout the world.
Primary 1b have also been continuing to do ongoing Literacy and Numeracy work. We have looked at the sounds d and e, and the numbers 8 and 9. Miss Hunter has been doing Music with us and Sarah from “Out to Play” has been in each Wednesday to continue our Eco Drama work which has, for the last two weeks, taken place in our Field of Dreams. Finally a big Well Done to Hao who is our new “Star of the Week”!
P1c have been busy bees! We have learned the new sounds r and m, within our Literacy. As well as looked closely at sentence structure. We now have a Star Writers board outside our classroom, where some fantastic work can be seen. Last week’s Star Writers were Ava Rose and Zi Xi for their Humpty Dumpty sentence, and this weeks is Miyar and Haya for their sentence. Fantastic work!
In numeracy we have been learning all about the numbers 6 and 7, as well as number order to and from 0-20. We also learned about 2d shapes.
Well done to our Stars of the Week Oliwia and Nelly!
Remember to look at our school Twitter page where there are lots of photos of us learning through play! @vincents_st
Quite a lot has been happening with P1b over the past two weeks. The biggest event would be us starting the “Out to Play” project with Sarah from the organisation. For the last two Wednesday afternoons, and for the next three Wednesday afternoons, we have been outside doing exciting activities such as hunting for a treasure chest, following a treasure map, listening and joining in with exciting stories and looking for items in the playground which could do “magic”. We are all really enjoying these lessons in outdoor learning!
In Literacy we have been learning the sounds “r” and “m” and more common words. We have also been encouraged to independently rewrite sentences in our “Big Writing”-have a go writing! In Numeracy and Maths we have been doing work on the numbers “6” and “7” and looking at 2D shapes around us in the environment.
We have also has a Consolidation Week when we revisited all the sounds, words and numbers we have worked on so far to reinforce our learning. Finally, a big “Well Done” to Lucas who has been our next “Star of the Week”.
P1c have been learning the new sounds s,i,p and n in our Literacy. In Numeracy, we looked at the numbers 2,3,4 and 5. We used many play activities to help us enhance our learning within both our Literacy and Numeracy, including play dough, painting and with glitter. We also looked at Nursery rhymes within our writing.
We have a Music teacher, Miss Hunter, each second Monday who we really look forward to seeing. We are fantastic singers!
We have been focussing on concepts of print each day, and can confidently say what each part of a book is… ask us!
Well done to our two Star of the Week’s… Kian who won his award for being such a kind friend, and Zi Xi who won her award for her fantastic effort in each area of the curriculum.
Keep up the hard work, P1c.