Next week, on Wednesday 7th October, we are hoping to paint our stones. Thank you to all of you who have kindly brought in a stone already. We are a few short so if anyone was able to bring in another stone, Miss MacFarlane and I would ensure it be washed before handing on to another child.
Mrs Simpson and Miss MacFarlane
A black padded Mackenzie jacket was left in the playground by a boy in P4J last week. Can you please have a look to see if it has been picked up by mistake.
Here is our Home Learning plan for tomorrow, however please see Teams in the morning for more details, resources and links.
- Spelling – Syllables and rhymes
- Grammar task – connectives if and when
- Handwriting – Lesson 24
Numeracy and Maths:
- CLIC – Week 4
- Estimation and Rounding
Health and Wellbeing:
- Fitness – Joe Wicks, Oti Mabuse or any other activity to raise your heart rate and keep you fit!
- Pupil of the Day – leave a compliment for your peer.
- Minibeast art: artwork of a painted lady butterfly
As usual – try your best, don’t get stressed and do what you can!
P4 Class Teachers
Congratulations to our Stars of the Week!
This weeks homework.
Spelling – 4 tasks (due Friday)
Reading – Read Book then attempt 2 comprehension questions (Due Monday 02/03)
Maths – Sumdog ( Try to play at least 15mins)
Thanks, Mr Burrell
Thank you to those who have let me know you are able to help tomorrow, Wednesday morning. Notes are in the 3 children’s diaries. Please be at the office for 10.50 am.
Regarding the Sumdog Maths Week Contest, remember you just need to log on and play as usual. Target is to answer 1,000 questions. A little time will be given to you at school to help you on your way. Good Luck everyone!
Remember to give your parents the letters with parent appointment times.
A reminder: P.E. – Mondays and Tuesdays Assembly – Thursdays Pitch and Field – Read whole school post
SPELLING HOMEWORK – ai, ay, a-e
Homework to be in by Friday, however, you can hand it in earlier if you wish. We are continuing with the same format every week in Term 1. In Term 2 we will alternate between sentences and other spelling tasks. It was great to see so many of you making a list of shoot words and including some in your sentences. Please keep referring to the instructions page at the front of your jotter to support the layout. If you are unsure about any parts of your homework please ask for help and just try your best.
Books have been issued.
MATHS – 2, 5 and 10 Times Tables.
A tables homework sheet will be issued tomorrow (Tuesday) along with a ‘Times Tables Strategies to Use at Home’ help guide for parents. Please complete sheet by Friday.
Any queries regarding the above, please ask or pop a note in the diary.
Thank you, Miss Mackay
Just a reminder that tomorrow children can bring a toy or a game to play with for our PATHS party (no electronics or nerf guns please).
I would also like to say a huge thank you for the kind and generous gifts. It is greatly appreciated.
I have had a fantastic time teaching P4C this year and I wish everyone all the best moving on to P5. Thank you again and have an amazing summer!
P4C Homework 17th June
This week is common words for all spelling groups. Choose four spelling tasks to complete for Friday.
The Sumdog competition is running until 8pm on Thursday 20th June. Please play games on Sumdog to help our class climb the leader board.
- Tuesday 18th is Seasons for Growth day. Dress in the colours of your favourite season and bring £1.
- Wednesday 19th is the P4 End of Year Assembly from 1.15-2.15pm.
- Thursday 20th is our trip to Paisley for the archaeological dig. We will leave at 9.15 and return around lunchtime. Please bring a packed lunch, waterproof jacket and wellies/old shoes.
- Please return any reading books found at home.
You should have all received a pdf copy of your child’s profile by email showing some of their learning in P4. Some of the work was chosen by your child so it would be great if you could take some time to look through it with them and discuss their learning and why they chose specific pieces of work. I would appreciate any comments or feedback about your child’s profile.