St Bartholomew's Class Blog

December 13, 2019
by Miss Marsh
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Primary 4

What a busy week!

Primary 4 worked hard to prepare and perform in our show for the first time! We enjoyed taking part in the show and were so proud that all our hard work paid off!

We decorated our class for Christmas and wrote detailed instructions on how to decorate a Christmas tree. We are really getting in the Christmas spirit and are looking forward to another busy week next week!

 

 

December 13, 2019
by Mrs Carlin
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Primary 1 update.

 

This week was amazing! We celebrated Christmas with our Christmas Nativity on Tuesday and you can see our photos on the dojo story. Also, we have been working hard in class as you can see below.

 

A trophy winner in our class….well done!

We have been exploring symmetry in maths. We made symmetrical Christmas trees.

Having fun with our friends in the play area.

Making sure the baby is getting enough cuddles in the play area.

What would you like to buy at the shop today?

Look at the size of this trophy! A super achievement.

Some of us love to draw and make at the play area.

We are second week of Advent and are praying for Faith and Hope. We made Advent candles.

December 7, 2019
by gw19doylehelen@glow
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P6b Update

We have had a busy few weeks in Primary 6b. We have all been working hard and learning lots.

At the moment we have been learning about famous landmarks as part of our Spain topic, including La Sagrada Familia, Park Güell and Casa Milà, amongst others. We have also been learning about famous artchitect Antoni Gaudí, who designed many of the landmarks.

We also had the opportunity this week to visit Morgan Sindall, one of the UK’s leading construction and infrastructure companies. We met many of the comapanys employees who spoke to us about their roles within the company and what these roles entail.

We were then set the challenge of which team could build the highest self-standing tower, with limited resources. We had a ball and our ideas were fantastic!

Also, we were visited by Celtic FC Ambassador Jay Beatty and his dad Martin. Martin spoke to us about disability and were given the opportunity to chat with Jay about his love for Celtic. We then had the chance to have a quick kick about with Jay, which was great fun!

December 2, 2019
by Mrs Carlin
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Primary 1 update.

This week, we have been very busy and hard at work preparing for the Christmas Nativity show. Everyone will be on the stage and everyone will have an important part to play. We are all so looking forward to entertaining you with our songs, actions and story telling.

Also this week, we have been learning about Christ the King and made crowns for the altar.

Last week we celebrated the feast day of Christ the King. We made crowns for Christ the King.

 

our pupil voice groups have been getting us all involved in the Rights Respecting Schools competition to design a mascot.

We are designing a mascot for a pupil voice competition.

The winning mascot will be made into a teddy.

We hope there is a winning entry for the Rights, Respecting Schools competition.

These two children opened door 1 and door 2 on our book advent calendar this week. Brilliant little books to take home, read and keep.

We got together with P2/1 to celebrate St Andrew’s Day.

Sharing some Scottish food with our P2/1 friends for St Andrew’s day.

We tried some Scottish food.

It was great to spend time with our P2/1 neighbours.

P1 and P2/1 had a fun Scottish afternoon.

As well as all of this, we have been keeping up with our maths skills, learning to add and our literacy skills, reading all non writing every day.

What a smart bunch!

What a busy week!

 

November 29, 2019
by Miss Marsh
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Primary 4

Primary 4 enjoyed crazy hair day this week and had some fabulous and creative hair-dos!

In RE we learned more about St Andrew by fishing for some interesting facts about him. We were able to sort the true and false facts. It was lots of fun!

We have also started practising for our Christmas show and have loved learning our new songs! We can’t wait until showtime!

November 26, 2019
by Miss Duffy
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Catch up with P.1/2

We have been very busy the past few weeks. Here we are learning new sounds during literacy time.

We have been trying hard to use during reading and writing to help us spell and decode tricky words.

During maths time we have been learning how to organise information. We made a pictogram and a block graph then read information from both of them. We are pretty good at this!

Mrs Armour has been doing lots of music with us too. We have been playing instruments and singing at the same time. Miss Duffy thinks we will be on the stage soon!

 

 

November 22, 2019
by Ms McLaughlin
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Fun with Sound in Primary 3

Our topic this term is Scottish Inventors. We have been learning all about Alexander Graham Bell and the telephone. We have explored how sound works and tried this out by making string telephones. We had great fun!

November 22, 2019
by Mrs Carlin
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Primary 1 update.

 

Have a quick look at some of the things we have been doing this week in class. Everyone has worked hard in class and on stage practicing for the Christmas Nativity.

Every week, we are improving our writing skills in class. We are trying hard to keep our writing on the line and to form the letters correctly.

Not only are we super writers but we are also super artists, adding fantastic illustrations to our stories.

We are reading our stories to our partners and then they are saying what they like about it.

We are peer assessing our writing, thinking of what makes it a great piece of writing.

This week we were delighted to get our book bags. They have three brilliant story books inside and an activity book too.

November 19, 2019
by gw19doylehelen@glow
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P6b Update

This week in primary 6b we have began learning about division in maths and will continue to develop our skills in the following weeks.

We have been learning about the main cities in Spain and locating where these are on a map. We did our own research into how far apart these cities are depending on which mode of transport taken.
We also did research into famous Spanish artists and learned about the life of Salvatore Dali.

We began thinking about the Pope Francis Faith Award and were issued with our lovely wrist bands.

We also made thank you cards which we will send off to all of the companies who joined us last week as part of Developing the Young Workforce week to show our appreciation.

Lastly, we said our goodbyes to Mr. Lynch who has looked after us for many years. He does so much for us all and will be missed dearly. We wish him all the best for the future and a very happy retirement.

November 15, 2019
by Miss Marsh
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Primary 4

Primary 4s assembly was this week and we worked hard to prepare and learn our lines and songs. We looked forward to our families coming to see us.

As part of our enterrpise this term, we baked our own shortbread to sell at our assembly. We followed a traditional Scottish recipe to bake this shortbread. It was lots of fun!

 


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