What have you been learning about?
Chitenge designs and patterns.
STEM – Skittles, making rainbows (science)
Synonyms – using a thesaurus
Gardening and weeding
How to keep our teeth healthy and about sugar content in foods
French – how to say different types of furniture in French
Topic – Facts about farming in Malawi
What have you enjoyed in school this week?
Learning about Nelson Mandela
Designing the Chitenge patterns
Researching farming in Malawi
Rainbow skittles experiment
Gardening in the Field of Dreams
What have been your successes in school this week?
Rainbow Skittles experiment
Gardening/Litter Picking in the Field
Our Fractions Assessment
Synonyms and using a thesaurus
It’s been another busy week at Primary 6 towers!
The hatchery containing the Brown Trout continues to be observed, analysed and maintained by Primary 6. We have witnessed a lot of activity with the transformation from alevin to fry on the horizon.
P6 have started submitting projects on “Iconic Females In Stem” with two children preparing to interview our Clyde In The Classroom biologist, Rona, next week!
In Numeracy and Maths , the class have enjoyed completing 4 quadrant coordinates and starting their new statistics topic.
In Literacy, children have submitted diary excerpts and participated in hot seating to help their study of the book “Wonder” by R.J. Palacio. The children have immersed themselves in this book and shown great passion and enjoyment for it.
What have we been learning about?
In maths and numeracy we have been working on our 7 times and measurement. We used the ipads to estimate and measure lengths and distances in our class.
In literacy we read about Scott and the his race to the South Pole. We created emotion poems and in art we chose an emotion and drew a picture that represented it.
For science we learned about the ear – how it works and how we pick up sounds.
In PE with Mrs Boyle we are learning volleyball skills. Daniel, Michael, Leah and Eva lead the warm up.
We have enjoyed….
Eva – “I loved picking an emotion and drawing it in art.”
Teagan – “I enjoyed the 70 times table challenge.”
Amelia – “I enjoyed doing an emotion poem.”
Julia – “I really liked doing the 7 times table”.
Amirah – ” I enjoyed PE and learning to catch the ball above my head”.
Stars of the week – Ruben, for working hard in class. Amyleigh for good work on her maths work.
AJ – “I wrote a lot for my emotions poem!”
Iman – “I did an emotion poem and an acrostic poem”.
Emilka – “I successfully managed to do my 70 times table.”
In Primary 3b we have been learning lots of interesting things. In Numeracy we have been learning about AM/PM and also consolidating our learning in addition with carrying of Tens and Units. In Literacy, we wrote a set of instructions about our skittle experiment and we also wrote a character description on a character from The Owl Who Was Afraid of the Dark. As part of Religious education we were learning about the story of the lost sheep and we talked about all the boys and girls making their First Reconciliation.
In P.E. we enjoyed adding more moves to our Tsunami dance and we relaxed during our yoga session. We feel that we have tried hard with our reading skills this week and look forward to starting a new class book as we have finished The Owl Who Was afraid of the Dark. In ICT we learned about safety when on the Internet and we all now know what information we shouldn’t share online.
Primary 1b have been busy with their learning as usual! We have been continuing to learn about The Church and the names of other faiths’ places of worship in Religious Education. In addition, in Literacy we have been learning new digraphs-th and ng.
In Numeracy and Maths we have been counting to 100 in 2’s, 5’s and 10’s and learning more about addition. We have also been doing work on Time, both analogue and digital clocks, with the focus on o’ clock and half past.
Mr Penman is continuing to come into our school to work on Physical Literacy. Our latest activity was movement and tasks based on the book “Room on the Broom”. It was great fun!
What busy week. We have been learning the ‘ng’ sound and we can use our phoneme boards to make the word/write the word and say the word.
We have been counting in 10’s 5’s and 2’s and we are using our mental maths skills to add in tens.!!! yes we really are.
We had a nice surprise when we won the best class at having Healthy snacks this week , our total was 69%.
Teddy was very proud at being our Numeracy Champion, well done to him. He loves his number work.
We are starting to learn about the Season of Spring and we have lots of ideas about what we would like to find out.
A special delivery arrived today for P2 from Antarctica. A small egg was inside.
The children have to care for the egg until it hatches. 😍
The children are so excited and have started their storyline topic on ‘The Emperor’s Egg’
Thank you to the Transport Police who delivered an informative railway safety talk to p4-p7’s.