Use the link below to find out about weapons used in the Scottish Wars of Independence. Draw a selection of the weapons and write a short description of the weapon.
Homework this week is reading, spelling and a maths activity. All of the details will be posted on Teams on Sunday evening.
Children should return their reading books to school on Thursday of next week.
Please remember that we are outside most days and children should come appropriately dressed for PE. This includes bringing a bobble to tie back long hair.
We are not at school on Friday 25th September or Monday 28th September for the holiday weekend.
As always, please contact us if you have any questions.
Good evening, I hope you all had a great weekend. Homework and news as follows:
The children have been working so hard with their homework and are completing tasks well. Our hope is that children will continue to use Teams to hand in this homework. The jotter can be used and handed in on a Friday if the children have limited access to Teams at home.
This week our spelling sound is ve saying v. As in solve and resolve. We have 8 words with these sounds and then 4 common words. These words will be written in their green spelling homework jotter which they will bring home on a Monday.
Our expectation is that the children will complete the following tasks by Friday.
Monday – write/ type the words out twice
Tuesday – Choose 2 words and write a rhyming word for each. Choose 2 words and write a shoot word for each.
Wednesday – Choose 5 words and write a sentence for each.
Thursday – Revise your words for the spelling quiz on Friday.
These tasks are set up as an assignment on Teams too. The children can return their work to their class teacher by the Friday of each week through Teams. They can use their jotter and photograph their work or type their work and attach it on Teams. As noted earlier, if there is limited access to the internet, the children can return their green jotter for marking on the Friday in class.
This week the children also have Maths place value homework. They can choose their level of work by picking which chilli challenge they complete. 3 chilli is the the most challenging task. The children only need to complete one task. This can be completed and uploaded to teams or handed in on Friday if you have limited access to Teams.
The children all now have a school reading book. The children should try and read a little each night.
Have a great week and thank you for all of your continued support.
Well done to all our candidates who prepared a speech for class Pupil Council Representative today. We were so proud of you all. After a class vote our Pupil Council Rep and Deputy were announced. Well done!
All of the children should come home with a class reading book today. This book will be due in on Thursday 17th September. They should aim to read a little bit each night to ensure the book is finished by this time. Happy reading.
Hopefully everyone has had a nice weekend and is ready and raring to go with another week of learning.
Maths homework this week is again to find numbers in the children’s environment and have a go at rounding them to the nearest 10, 100 and 1000 (if possible).
Spelling this week is ‘se’ for the ‘s’ sound, words will be posted on the blog and on teams once they have been introduced to the children.
Assignments have been posted on Teams where the children can attach their completed work.
All children will have reading books by the end of the week this week.
We will keep you updated with anything else that comes up this week.
A child has lost a black jacket with silver reflective sections on it in the playground. Could you check it hasn’t been picked up by mistake. If found please hand in to office.
One of our girls has lost her jacket in the playground on Friday. It is purple with a hood. Please could you hand it into the school office if you find it?
We are so delighted at how well all of the children have settled back into school. The homework for this week is as follows
Spelling-all of the instructions are on Teams. The sound this week is nch.
Maths-again, all instructions are on Teams. The children have to look for numbers of four digits or more in the environment.
Reading books will be sent home over the next couple of weeks.
We look forward to another great week.