Primary 1b

Class teacher: Mrs Moore

RCCT teacher: Mrs Lamb

Gym days:
Wednesday and Thursday

Pupil Leadership:
Outdoor Learning

P1 Curriculum Flyer Term 3

 

May 2019
We interviewed Oliver and Hollie. They really enjoyed all their visitors during World of Work week and learned lots of new things. They are really enjoying ‘Percy the Park Keeper’ at the moment and have been planting their own seeds. They are looking forward to watching them grow. Together with P1b they have done lots of work on setting up the outdoor learning area. It’s looking great! They like to celebrate achievements in class and recently Hollie came 2nd place in a dancing competition – well done to Hollie! If there was one thing they could choose to have to make our school even better, it would be a recycling bin – great idea.
Interview by Fletcher and Harry B

Feb. 2019
Primary 1b are really enjoying their work on ‘Up Our Street’. One activity they really enjoy is going on Google Maps to find our school and the streets around it. During Internet Safety Week they were finding out what personal information is and thinking about online stranger danger. In maths they have been learning about weighing, measuring and estimating. They used their hands and feet to measure things. Everyone has been enjoying learning jumping, rolling, balancing and travelling skills in gymnastics at PE time. They are all liking the new lunch menu, with their favourite meal being macaroni cheese! Everyone has made Rudy feel really welcome in his new school.

Dec. 2018
We interviewed Lily and Adam. In literacy they have been learning to read and write by themselves. In maths they have been doing addition. Their topic is ‘Up Our Street. They’re reading the Gruffallo’s Child and the Gruffallo’s Wean.Their favourite thing is soft start and phonics boxersize!
Interviewed by Harry B and Fletcher

 

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