The Primary 7s have had a busy and challenging week!
For writing, we wrote a descriptive piece of writing about the National Museum of Scotland. We enjoyed carrying out research on the attraction and we were able to use our plans to help us with our final draft.
For spelling, we have been working on the short o with other graphemes. Our root words were: sock, song, spot, stock, stop, occasion, person, region
We have continued to look at decimals in maths and have been rounding decimals to the nearest whole number and nearest tenth. We have also been learning how to add numbers with one or two decimal place.
We continued with our Charles Rennie MackIntosh stained glass art. We have displayed these in our window and they look wonderful.
This week we also had to vote for our Eco Reps and Pupil Council Representatives. Everyone had the opportunity to stand and had some time to prepare a little speech to say why they would be the best candidate for the role. We were all very impressed by the high standard of speeches and it was a very close result. Our Eco Rep is Charlie Harding and our Pupil Council Rep is Anna Maciver. A big well done to everyone who put themselves forward!
Consider the questions below and post your responses:
- What did you enjoy most this week? Why do you think that was?
- Was there anything that frustrated you? What did you do to help yourself?
- Can you think of something that a classmate did that was kind?
- What are you looking forward to next week at school?