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P7S Superhero Smoothie Recipe Book

In P6, we were given a task to design a superhero themed smoothie. The colours in the smoothie had to match up with the superhero we had picked. As a class we voted for our top 3 favourite recipes and made them up for taste-testing. They were delicious!

We have now turned our amazing recipes into a Superhero Smoothie Recipe Book. This is an electronic book (not printed) and are for sale for £1.50 for a limited time. They contain loads of different fruit, juice and yogurt recipes and are available by completing the contact form on this post.

If you would like to order our amazing smoothie e-book, please fill out the contact form to advise our management team. Please send the money to P7S in a labelled envelope (exact money only please!). It will all be added up by our finances team during our Build a Business time on a Friday and the recipe book will be emailed out to you as soon as we can.

Thank you for supporting the P7S Build-a-Business topic!

W/B 4.9.17

Morning

Homework for this week:

This is a revision week for sounds. Once your child is confident in recognising, saying and doing the action for each sound, use the SATPIN sound cards to make words. This can be a very difficult skill to grasp in the beginning so please say the word and sound out each individual sound and slowly blend them together before saying the word again.

Reading books have started this week. Please use the questions on the bookmark to talk about the book.

Please continue to choose one maths activity per week.

We hope you have a lovely week.

Miss Cruickshank and Mrs Nugent

NEW! Stage Blogs and Site Changes!

You may have noticed some changes on our school blogs. To allow us to keep you updated with all the wonderful work happening at Bishopton Primary we have had to set up each stage with their own blog. These look just the same as before and you should be able to navigate between the main school site, and the class blogs, easily.

For example, if your child is in P5S you can click on the link down the left hand side of the main page to access the posts specific to them, or go via the Class Blogs menu at the top of the page. Both links will take you to the same place. This is where posts meant only for P5S will be located.

To view posts meant for everyone (eg. upcoming events, menu changes, school-wide news) you can select Whole School News from the list on the left hand side or from the News menu at the top of the page. These posts are also located in a section on the right hand side of all of the class blogs.

We highly recommend subscribing to your class updates (using the Subscribe to Primary… link). This will send an email every evening with all updates specific to the class and all Whole School News posts.

We hope you enjoy using the blogs and seeing what is happening in the school.

Week beginning 4/9/17

Homework for this week

There are no new sound cards this week-instead children should continue to try to make words with the sound cards they have.  This allows children to see that sounds together make words.

All children will have a wordless reading book sent home this week.  Please use the question card sent home with this to discuss the story with your child.

Maths homework-  choose an activity from the list.

We will begin Read and Munch this week on Tuesday afternoon.  Children can bring in a book from home and a healthy snack such as fruit or a cereal bar( no sweets, crisps or sticky food please!).  Children get to enjoy their snack and share stories with friends.

Please do not empty book bags during the week. We would ask you to keep the yellow diary sheet and the sounds in the bag as we may need to use them.

We are really pleased with how well the children are settling into routines.  Please continue to help with getting changed for PE and fastening jackets.

Best wishes

Mrs Campbell and Miss Cuthill

wk beginning 04/09/17

Homework for this week

There are no new sound cards this week ,instead you could make words with the cards you have. This will let the children see that sounds go together to make words.  This can be very difficult at the beginning and it is best if you say the word and let the children repeat it eg. say  p – a – n makes pan.

Every child has a reading book for this week. Please use the questions on the card to talk about the book. The children can tell you about the characters in the book as we met them last week.

We will start read and munch on Friday. This is when children can bring a favourite book to school with a healthy snack (fruit, carrot sticks etc) and share a reading time with their classmates.

We are delighted to see how independent the children are becoming with bookbags and at lunchtime. Well done everyone. See you next week.

Miss Frew and Mrs Ferguson

Family photo

Just a reminder to send a picture of your child and their family into school this week if possible please. As mentioned at the parents information evening, our current topic is All About Me and we will use the pictures to discuss their family and what/ who is special to them.

Thanks

Reminder

Just a reminder to send a picture of your child and their family into school this week if possible please. As mentioned at the parents information evening, our current topic is All About Me and we will use the pictures to discuss their family and what/ who is special to them.

Thanks,

Miss Cruickshank and Mrs Nugent

Pupil of the day

Today Primary 1 have started our PATHS pupil of the day.  If your child is pupil of the day they will bring home a selection of compliments their classmates/teacher have said about them.  It would be great if you could add your own 1 or 2 compliments and return this to school for your child to share with the class.

Each pupil of the day will wear a special medal that day and their name and photo will be displayed on the classroom door to celebrate their special day.

Thank you

Primary 1 staff

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