Category Archives: Primary 3A

P3 Daily Tasks – 19.03.20

Hi everyone,

Your tasks for today have been published on your class team page.

Please log onto teams using your glow username and address. Any issues with that then remember you can contact myself at gw17wormaldchristoph@glow.sch.uk and I can help out.

Maths:  Column Addition

  • Extension: Coconut Multiples: Choose a times table you want to practice and have a go.

Literacy: Imaginative writing – Davey the Pirate

  • Children who were issued the task yesterday via email will have the submission time extended to match today’s assignment.

HWBPE – Fitness

  • Cosmic Yoga
  • Go outside into your back garden or street and run/cycle/scooter/play football for 40 minutes.

Enjoy the nice sunny day.

Mr Wormald

Big Pedal 2020

Good news !  The Big Pedal cycling, scooting and walking challenge is back.  From Wednesday 22nd April to Tuesday 5th May we would like you to bring your bike or scooter to school every day. You will get the chance to bike or scoot with your classmates and your teacher. If you can’t bring a bike or scooter, you can walk and that will count too.  For more information have a look at the Big Pedal website.

This is a national competition to see how many journeys we can make biking, scooting or walking. Please ask an adult to check that your bike or scooter is in good working order. You may bring a lock to use but you must be responsible for the key.

Rules – all cyclists MUST wear a helmet

– no cycling or scooting in the playground ( or the ashy path) unless you are with your teacher (on the way in/out, playtime and lunchtime)

We have taken part in this challenge for the last few years and it is always good fun.  We are usually in the top 10. Let’s try for top 3 this year!

Happy cycling/scooting/walking

Mrs Ferguson

 

P3A and P3M w/b 09.03.20

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

Reading – Please read and discuss your text at home.

Spelling – ear

fear

ear

dear

year

tear

earrings

next

hard

open

example

Maths – Please complete the multiplication emojis tasks and week 1 Learn Its.

We will be holding a Dinosaur themed open afternoon on Wednesday 1st April from 2-3pm and we would like to invite 1 adult per child to attend if they can.  We are working hard to plan and prepare the afternoon and look forward to sharing our learning with you.

Please ask if unsure as always.

Mrs McKay and Mrs McLean

P3A and P3M w/b 2.03.20

Hi everyone,

Here is your homework for the week ahead.

Reading – Please read and discuss your book at home.

Spelling – ey

honey

money

donkey

chimney

journey

along

might

close

something

Maths – Please continue to work on the learn its and use your ‘monster’ to learn the tables.

Please ask if you are unsure.

Mrs McLean and Mrs McKay

 

P3A and P3M w/b 24.02.20

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

Reading – Please read and discuss the text at home.

Spelling – al/or/au/aw

walk

north

straw

saucepan

talk

storm

left

don’t

few

while

 

Maths – Please complete the Learn Its/2 times table activity issued in class.

We are planning a visit to the library next Monday 2nd March.  We are looking for a few helpers to accompany us.  Please complete and return the slip issued in class today if you are able to help out.  Also, if you have not already done so, please log onto your ParentPay account to give permission for your child to attend our library visit.  We must have this permission in order to take the children.

As always please ask if you have any questions.

Mrs McKay and Mrs McLean

P3M/P3A w/b 17.02.20

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

Reading – Please read and discuss you book at home.

Spelling – ou/ow

loud

cloud

found

now

sunflower

crowd

head

under

story

saw

Maths – Please complete the multiple madness activity issued in class.

We have been working on the First Minister’s reading challenge in school. Please be ready to write a short review of the books you have read for enjoyment recently.  Please feel free to bring in any books you have read to help you.

Please ask as always if unsure of anything.

Mrs McKay and Mrs McLean