Have a great weekend everybody. it has been lovely to see you all and to find out what you have been up to.
There will be a new block of home learning on Monday. We look forward to seeing you on Teams but don’t forget that you can also email us or comment on our Blog.
Mrs Harrison, Mrs Scott and Mrs Smith
It has been great to hear from you all and to see what you have been up to.
There will be new learning for you all under the Home learning tab on Monday. It would be great to see you on Teams but don’t forget that you can e mail us or comment on our blog.
Have a great weekend in this beautiful sunshine and we look forward to hearing from you next week.
Thank you for posting on our Primary 6 Teams pages and for sending us emails. We all miss the classroom and seeing you all but we have enjoyed keeping in touch and seeing what you have all been up to.
On Monday a new block of Home learning will be posted. You can contribute to our Teams pages, send us an email or comment on our Blog. We love to hear from you all.
Have a great weekend and we look forward to seeing you all next week.
We have so enjoyed keeping in touch with you all, seeing what you have been up to and hearing your news.
On Monday there will be new learning for you to have a go. We look forward to hearing from you- remember you can add a message on Teams or send us an e mail. We would love to hear all of your news.
Have a great weekend.
Mrs Harrison, Mrs Scott and Mrs Smith.
Hello Primary 6.Thank you for all of your e mails and for all of the learning that you have posted onto the Share my learning page.Mrs Harrison, Mrs Scott and Mrs Smith have so enjoyed reading and keeping up to date with what you have been doing. You have been so inventive and we are all very proud of your efforts.
Have a great break and a lovely Easter. Here is an idea for an Easter card if you wanted to make one. We look forward to hearing from you all on Monday 20th April when there will be more learning activities on the Primary 6 Home Learning page.
We had great fun decorating our door to look like our favourite book Groosham Grange.
Primary 6a have been learning about Buddhism. We have discovered that Buddhists meditate. This is a quiet time when you can clear your mind and reflect on life. Mrs Harrison loved this time as it was so quiet!
Primary 6a finished painting their clay models and tiles this week and they are very proud of their finished work.
Click on one of the pictures to see these up close.
Please choose one starter, one main and one dessert activity.
Homework due Monday 30 th March 2020.
Make a quiz based on what you have been learning about in mapping e.g. a flag quiz, a capital cities quiz, etc.
Design a multiplication game that can be used to practise double digit multiplication.
Approximately what fraction of the walls of your bedroom is made of glass? Write about what you did to find out.
Make a poster demonstrating your knowledge of equivalent fractions.
Debates (Can be displayed in any form e.g. poster, PPT, etc)
Create your own motion to debate.
List as many proposing arguments and opposing arguments as possible.
Remember to give reasons for your answers.
Write a piece of exposition writing to try and convince your teacher to allow you to do something in class e.g. Always write with a pen or change seats every day, etc
Remember to include
Write about a famous Scottish person. Include at least 6 facts and opinions to tell us about them.
Create a French game demonstrating numbers to 100.
Investigate a Scottish Architect/ artist and create something based on their style.
Produce a 3D map of Scotland showing some physical features and locations of major cities.