The boys and girls in Primary 6 are enjoying learning French in class. This term, we have been learning the numbers to 20, the days of the week and the months of the year.
We have learned some fun songs. Click below to hear the children singing:
Le jours de la semaine song:
Le Jours De La Semaine Song
Quelle est la date de ton anniversaire? song
Quelle est la date song
The children are also working hard to learn their vocabulary. How do you think they are sounding?
Days of the Week:
Days of the Week1
Days of the Week2
Days of the Week3
Months of the Year:
Months of the Year
Numbers to 20
Numbers to 39
Primary 6 would love your opinion of their work. Please click on the title of this work to leave a comment.
In school every friday afternoon at two fifteen we have Golden Time. It ‘s a fun time for children who have behaved all week and not lost any Golden time for being bad. This week it is all changing for primary 6 and 7. We used to have golden time separate but now were all having it together.
We are getting : baking, arts and crafts,whitboards,dancing pampering and a few more. A lot of people said they liked the idea .
Today our class was learning about Victorian schools. We had to reasearch Victorian schools and put them into a pages folder. Then we had to type in all the information we found and upload it into Glow. I really enjoyed doing this as I love going on the computer. It was very intresting learning about the Victorian schools an seeing how much they have changed.
.Click here to see our Victorian project.
Glow work is very interesting and you can post blogs and you can talk about what goes on in school it is very good to talk about what happens in school. For example in school we have a grumble box and if you have a grumble you put it in the box.
In our school we are doing an enterpriseproject and the enterprise is jobs for in the school. I have applied for three jobs because I think it would be really exciting and fun. In school we have posters all around the school.
I like posting blogs so people can read them and then they can comment on them.
A common middle class Victorian house had sash and bay windows. They used different sides and different colours of brick to make patterns on their homes. Did you know that the long side of a brick is called a stretcher and the short side of a brick is called a header? Click the link below to see my Victorian house poster.
Primary six have been learning about victorian houses. Victorian houses have flemish brick bonding. A roof of a victorian house is made out of slate. Sash windows were very popular in victorian times. A sash window is a window that slides up. I have been enjoying learnig about victorian houses. I have learned alot of imformation about a victorian house.
Click here to see our poster
Primary 6 have been creating print patterns inspired by the work of Rennie Mackintosh.
I have always been an admirer of the work of Rennie Mackintosh. The pictures the pupils of Primary 6 have produced are excellent and really capture the simple lines and iconic patterns of Mackintosh in their designs. It is great to see the spirit of Mackintosh living on!
We went into pages then uploaded a flyer then we changed the pictures and writing and turned it into our own Victorian Fact File.We searched for pictures on the internet for sash windows .We got pictures of Victorian houses and Victorian windows.Then we uploaded it as a pdf file then we saved it. Then we uploaded it on to glow. Then afterwards we did this blog .
Primary 6 have been learning about Victorian houses. My partner and I found it very interesting and we have learned a lot about Victorian houses. We designed a poster with lots of information on Victorian houses and we found some good pictures. It was really interesting and I hope to do it again.
Click here to see our poster.
What did Victorian houses look like?
Victorian houses have sash windows and bay windows. They loved to decorate their windows. Some Victorian houses have fancy brick work.
Why did they not have garages?
They didn’t have garages because cars weren’t invented . There was no cars until the end of Victorian times and Victorian people walked a lot.
Victorian houses had chimneys. They had chimneys because they used a fireplace. They used the fireplace a lot and the smoke went up the chimney because they didn’t have heating.
In class me have been learning about the Victorian era. Recently we have been learning about Victorian houses and we had to do a Pages report on facts we collected from the web. Some of these facts were that most Victorian houses had bay windows – these were windows that stuck out and had three sides to it. Another was that the houses had an outside toilet.
Click here to see our Victorian report