P3C & P3W PE days

Hi,

From the 21st January, our gym slot has changed from a Tuesday morning to a Thursday morning. This is due to the gym hall being required for another class at our usual time. We will update if/when this changes back again. Sorry for any confusion!

 

Miss Cameron & Mr Wormald

 

 

P3C & P3W – Week: 20.1.20

Hello!

Notices: 

  • We will practice our Scots poems in class on Thursday/Friday this week. Continue to practice them until we have our class competition next week.

Homework:

  • Maths: Column Addition (without bridging/regrouping)
  • Reading: Encourage your child to use the Hop, Skip, and Jump strategy. Read to the end of the sentence and then come back to the challenging word to decipher it.
  • Spelling: Our spelling rule this week is ck/k with a /k/ sound. Here are our words:
    • book, flock, struck, track, skipping, napkin, earth, eyes, light, thought

Have a great week.

Mr Wormald & Miss Cameron

P3A and P3M w/b 20.01.20

Hi everyone,  I hope you had a lovely weekend. Here is your homework for the week ahead.

Reading – Please read and discuss the text at home.

Spelling – Our rule this week is k, ck

hook
fork
back
brick
chicken
rucksack
last
school
father
keep

Maths – Please complete the addition activity issued in class.

We are looking forward to reciting our Scottish poems later in the week.  Remember to keep learning them at home.

Please ask if unsure,

Mrs McKay

P3F wk beg 20/01/20

Homework this week –

Book – please read and discuss

Remember we have started a new First Minister’s Reading Challenge.  Please remember to write about this week’s book and any other books you are reading in your reading passport,

maths – arrays

spelling – k or ck sound

hook, book, duck, peck, bike, lake, open, example, beginning, life

Keep practising your Scottish poem.  Be ready to recite it next week please.

Mrs F.

P3M and P3A Flat Stanley news!

Hello everyone!

We were very excited this week when more Stanleys returned from their travels!

Two of the boys in class sent their Flat Stanleys  off to Rangers Football Club a few months ago and this week they returned. What an adventure Stanley has been on! The boys were gifted some lovely merchandise and signed photographs too.  What a kind gesture from Rangers.  They were absolutely delighted!

Everyone in school loved looking at the pictures and reading the letter that accompanied Stanley.

Mrs McKay

 

 

P3C & P3W – Week 13.1.20

Hello everyone,

Reminders:

Our Scottish poems were issued last week for the Burns Assembly. A reminder that if your child wishes to perform a different poem from our suggestions please let Mr Wormald or Miss Cameron know. Children are to learn a new poem from their previous years at Bishopton Primary School. We will be reciting our poems to P3C & P3W by Thursday or Friday next week. Encourage your child to work on diction and pace when learning their poems.

A reminder that we have changed the spelling homework format for this term. Please see your child’s spelling homework jotter where the activity sheet has been stapled to the last page. If you are still unsure, please do not hesitate to ask either of us.

Homework:

Maths: Reading Scales Worksheet. We have started looking at weight this term and have begun reading scales this week,

  • Challenge: Weigh objects around the house and write their weight on the back of the worksheet.
  • ICT Games: Mostly Postie

Reading:  Encourage your child to ask questions about the word they are decoding.

Spelling: Our spelling rule this week is u_e/ew/ue with a /u/ sound. Our words are:

  • useful, fuse, tissue, tune, nephew, statue, trees, never, started, city

We hope you have a great week.

Yours,

Mr Wormald and Miss Cameron

P3A and P3M W/B 13.01.20

Hi everyone, here is your homework for the week ahead.

Reading – Please read and discuss text at home.

Spelling – Our Spelling rule this week is  u_e, ew, ue.

This week we have issued a new active spelling grid for use in term 3 and 4.  Please follow the instructions on the grid.

fuse

rescue

queue

few

useful

news

own

below

country

plants

Maths – We have just begun a new money topic in class. Here is a link to some money games to play at home.

https://www.topmarks.co.uk/maths-games/7-11-years/money

We have also been counting on and back in 1’s, 2’s, 5’s, 10’s from any 2 or 3 digit number.  Please continue to work on this at home.

Scottish Poems – As you may know January is our Scottish Culture Month.  At Bishopton we ask each child to learn and recite a Scottish poem.  We have issued some suggestions in class today.  Please feel free to choose another Scottish poem if you wish. Remember to choose a different one than you learned last year.  Please be ready to recite your poem in class by next Thurs/Fri.

As always please ask if unsure of anything.

Mrs McKay

P3M and P3A w/b 06.01.20

Hi everyone!  Happy New Year to you all!  We hope you had a lovely break and are ready for the hard work ahead in term 3.  Here is your homework for the week ahead.

Reading – Please read and discuss text at home.

Spelling – oa/o-e/ow

home

froze

foal

stone

toast

snowball

near

add

food

between

This week in class we are introducing a new active spelling grid. We will begin to use this for homework next week.

Maths – Please complete the number and fractions activity issued in class.

Change to PE days – Our gym days will now be a Thursday and a Friday.

As always please ask if unsure.

Mrs McKay and Mrs McLean

P3C & P3W — Week: 6.1.20

Hello everyone!

Happy New Year! We hope you had an excellent holiday over the festive period.

Homework:

  • Reading: New books have been issued.
  • Maths: Sumdog
  • Spelling: Our spelling rule this week is o_e/oa/ow with the sound /o/.
    • Our words are:   froze, store, foal, soap, window, blown, last, school, father, keep

This term we are introducing a new spelling homework task.

Monday, Tuesday and Thursday tasks remain the same but on a Wednesday you may choose an activity from the spelling activity grid which is stapled inside the front cover of your homework jotter. Try to do a different one each week.

This week we will start to learn our Scottish poems for the Burns assembly.

On Tuesday you will receive a copy of 3 Scottish poems. Please choose one to learn for the end of the month.  If there is another Scottish poem you would like to learn, please just let me know.

Yours,

Mr Wormald and Miss Cameron

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