#ShareOurLearning

Gathering Learning from around Scotland

September 18, 2020
by The Banton Biggies
Comments Off on Things we Love and Hate

Things we Love and Hate

More poems this week. We have been reading Edwin Morgans Poem: A view of things. We worked on our own poems. We enjoyed the lack of punctuation and made some great images with words. Continue reading

September 11, 2020
by The Banton Biggies
Comments Off on Poems on the Table

Poems on the Table

We have been reading Table a poem by Turkish poet Edip Cansever translated by Richard Tillinghast. The class have been writing their own poem basted on the ‘shape’ of this poem. Click the titles to read the poems. The featured image on this post is Our Table by cogdog on Flickr shared as Public domain Continue reading

September 4, 2020
by The Banton Biggies
Comments Off on Highlights This week: pretty decent kids

Highlights This week: pretty decent kids

Circle Time We started working on our discussions skills last Friday around the Firepit and have continued this week. Talking about feelings and well being and our lockdown experiences. We have been working on making Talking Sticks, which are looking good. We hope to have some photos on the blog as soon as we have … Continue reading “Highlights This week: pretty decent kids” Continue reading

May 22, 2020
by The Banton Biggies
Comments Off on Home Learning This Week: Photos, Uniforms and More

Home Learning This Week: Photos, Uniforms and More

Another week of learning at home. It is great to see signs of learning, in the e-Portfolios, Teams and Minecraft. I particularly liked some of responses to the photo challenge. We wrote a great poem in Teams which I’ll post here soon (just waiting for a picture to be sent to me). My favourite bit … Continue reading “Home Learning This Week: Photos, Uniforms and More” Continue reading

Report a Glow concern  Cookie policy  Privacy policy

Glow Blogs uses cookies to enhance your experience on our service. By using this service or closing this message you consent to our use of those cookies. Please read our Cookie Policy.

Close