Nativity Dress Rehearsal

Good Afternoon

As our Nativity dress rehearsal is on Monday afternoon, we have reminded the children about bringing their Nativity outfit in on Monday in a bag with their name on it.

All Primary 2 and Primary 3 children should aim to wear jeans/denim skirt or trousers and a checked/denim shirt. If you don’t have a denim or checked shirt, can we please ask that your child wears a plain t-shirt. We are not expecting anyone to buy anything new. Some children have asked if they can wear cowboy hats, and this is allowed if they wish, or if they already have one.

Thanks

Miss Grant and Miss Finnigan

Nativity Outfits

We are very excited that our Nativity performances are next week and we cannot wait to hear the Primary 2 and Primary 3 choirs.

We are aware that there has been previous communications asking some classes to wear shirt and ties, and some classes to wear cowboy-ish clothes. We had originally thought it would be lovely to have the children in shirts and ties as they always look so smart. However, as our Nativity is called ‘Prickly Hay’ we thought it would be fun to have the children dress up in cowboy-ish clothes.

Therefore, this post is to clarify what we would kindly ask all Primary 2 and Primary 3 children to wear for their Nativity Performance next week, and also to apologise for any confusion.

All Primary 2 and Primary 3 children should aim to wear jeans/denim skirt or trousers and a checked/denim shirt. If you don’t have a denim or checked shirt, can we please ask that your child wears a plain t-shirt. We are not expecting anyone to buy anything new. Some children have asked if they can wear cowboy hats, and this is allowed if they wish, or if they already have one.

Thank you very much for your understanding and support.

We look forward to seeing you at our performances next week!

Primary 1, 2 and 3 Teachers

Christmas party and Christmas lunch

Hello everyone,

Just a reminder that Thursday 12th of this week is our Christmas school lunch day. If you child is not having a Christmas lunch could you please provide them with a packed lunch.

Thursday 19th of next week we have our P2 Christmas party. Your child should come to school in their school clothes as normal and bring a change of clothes for the party which we will help them change into after lunch time.

If you have any further questions please do not hesitate to ask.

Many thanks,

P2 teachers.

Infant nativity – dress rehearsal Monday 16th December and performance Tuesday 17th December

As our infant nativity is about a stable hoedown, could we ask all P2F and P2G  children to wear cowboy-ish clothes eg. jeans/denim skirt and checked/casual shirt. Please don’t buy anything new.  Anything similar will do.  Cowboy hats may be worn.  Please bring these clothes into school in a bag on Monday 16th December, then take them home and come to school wearing them on Tuesday 17th December.

Thank you

P2 homework w.b. 09/12/19

Hello everyone, Please see homework and weekly notes below.

Primary 2 notes:

  • Please note that this week there is an additional piece of homework to aid the children with their learning of social studies. Can we please ask that your child completes the top section of the ‘Toys – old and new’ sheet. The children will complete the bottom section in class.
  • Thursday 12th December is our school Christmas Lunch. Please let us know if there are concerns and queries. If your child is not having a Christmas lunch, please ensure they come with a packed lunch, as no other lunch options are available.
  • Friday 13th December is Christmas Jumper Day! Please help us to raise as much money as we can for ‘Save the Children’ at Christmastime. Suggested donation from the Pupil Council is £1.
  • Any raffle ticket money for the school Christmas hamper may be handed in to class teachers.
  • Children’s profiles will be emailed out on Friday 13th December – so keep your eyes peeled!
Day Homework Issued Homework Task Day Homework Submitted
Monday– Spelling Sound – ‘u_e’  distant friends or magic “e”Spelling Words:

  1. cube
  2. cute
  3. use
  4. fuse
  5. some
  6. her
  7. would
  8. make
Spelling – words will be shared on the Primary 2 Blog, weekly.1.        words to be written out twice, neatly.  Add as many of your own words using the words given. Eg. Chop – chops, chopping, chopped, chopsticks

2.  One sentence, using words from that week’s list.

3. Toys – Old and New (first section only please)

Thursday of the same week.Please encourage your child to use a capital letter and full stop in their sentence.
Monday Maths grid – 1 activity per week Friday of the same week.
Monday Reading – new books given out. Friday of the same week.

Thank you for your continued support. Should you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact your child’s class teacher.

Kind regards,

The Primary 2 Teaching Team.

Week beginning 2nd December

Hello everyone, Please see homework and weekly notes below.

Primary 2 notes:

  • It is House colour non-uniform day on Friday for the Hawks.
Day Homework Issued Homework Task Day Homework Submitted
Tuesday – Spelling Sound – ‘o_e’  distant friends or magic “e”Spelling Words:

  1. nose
  2. code
  3. home
  4. bone
  5. then
  6. them
  7. these
  8. so
Spelling – words will be shared on the Primary 2 Blog, weekly.1.        words to be written out twice, neatly.  Add as many of your own words using the words given. Eg. Chop – chops, chopping, chopped, chopsticks

2.  One sentence, using words from that week’s list.

Thursday of the same week.Please encourage your child to use a capital letter and full stop in their sentence.
Tuesday Maths grid – 1 activity per week Friday of the same week.
Tuesday Reading – new books given out. Friday of the same week.

Thank you for your continued support. Should you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact your child’s class teacher.

Kind regards,

The Primary 2 Teaching Team.

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