What a wonderful day we had, celebrating all things Maths 😀🌟 This morning we spent time in each Primary 2 base. Miss Finnigan helped everyone to make a maths thinking hat. Miss Grant had wonderful activities on 2D shape, Mrs Kane was inspiring the children to experiment with shape and colour patterns and Mrs Simpson was looking at pictographs and sorting items into categories. Busy, busy busy!
I hope you have all had a wonderful weekend. Just a quick note to advise that this term, Primary 2F will have their Read and Munch on a Friday. Children are welcome to bring a healthy snack to enjoy with their P5 reading buddy. Pupils are free to bring their own book from home or choose one from the class library.
We are looking forward to sharing our favourite stories with Primary 5 and talking about our likes, dislikes and puzzles!
Our school will be celebrating European Day of Languages on Wednesday 26th September. Our theme this year is celebrating how useful it is to know a second (or third) language. We would like to invite any parents/grandparents who speak another language to come and speak to a group (not the whole school) of children to let them see how knowing more than one language has been useful to you. If your first language is not English, it would be great if you could teach us a few words in that language eg. hello, numbers to 10 or how are you. If you are able to help, please leave a message at the school office for Mrs Ferguson P3F.
Should it be wet in the morning before school, the infant doors will be opened by a staff member. You are then able to send your child into the school building and your child will wait outside their classroom until the school bell rings.
Good Morning! What a fantastic week we have ahead!
Pupils have personally chosen a reading for pleasure book today and have taken it home in their reading bags. I have asked that they read the book with an adult over the week and be ready to share one like about the book and one dislike about the book for Friday 24th August.
Spelling Homework will be issued next week, however pupils will be completing work on their first sound, sh, in class this week. This will allow them to take part in the normal spelling homework activities that they will complete next week at home. This will include:
writing the words out twice (4 spelling rule words and 4 common words)
finding different words with the rule (an extra 2 in their homework jotters)
Writing one sentence for one of their spelling rule words and one sentence for one of their common words
Maths Homework will be issued next week.
For PE lessons, girls wearing earrings have been asked to either remove them before PE or tape them back for heath and safety.