Primary 2 – 27.03.20

Good morning Primary 2,

Miss Pringle and Miss Rafferty here today. We hope you all had a nice day yesterday despite the weather being a little miserable. Did any of you manage to take part in the round of applause for our fabulous NHS staff at 8pm last night? We both did and it was lovely to hear everyone coming together to celebrate our hard working NHS staff.

You should have a few activities left on your week 1 sheets to choose from. Thanks to those who have let us know what they have been doing. We love to hear from you all so please continue to comment regularly.

Fridays usually include a handwriting lesson so please ensure any writing you do today is neat, with letters formed correctly.

Blair Drummond Safari Park are doing a live session on their Facebook page at 12pm each day where one of the keepers will tell you all about an animal. You can post questions for them to answer too. We watched it yesterday and it was fabulous! Let us know if you manage to tune in.

David Walliams is also reading 30 minutes from one of his books at 11am each day. You can find this on

We have both been trying Joe Wickes each day – it is hard work but we both feel great afterwards. Miss Rafferty has also been out running each day. It is so important to try and keep our fitness levels up – what are you doing to keep yourself fit?

Remember today is a half day – we are sure you wont forget!

We hope you all have a lovely weekend and look forward to hearing about what activities you choose from your week 2 sheet next week.

Miss Pringle and Miss Rafferty

5 thoughts on “Primary 2 – 27.03.20”

  1. Good afternoon Lorena!
    That’s great you are going to do the decorating and rolling of the eggs activity for Easter. You will need to let me know if your eggs survive the roll down the hill! If can take pictures of your decorated eggs and post them, that would be great.
    Glad to hear that you were also out clapping our NHS heroes! I did the same and I even heard the ships toot from the River Forth!
    The animals are fabulous and it’s great that the Zoo’s are allowing us to still enjoy these beautiful animals. Yes, we will hopefully get to visit these places soon. What a wonderful job to aspire to Lorena, helping animals will be very rewarding 🙂
    Thank you, I hope you have a wonderful weekend too, stay safe and I’ll speak to you again on Monday.
    Miss Rafferty

  2. Hi Miss Rafferty, I just want to let you know that my mummy is boiling the egg for me to decorate for Easter, I can’t wait! We clapped as well for the NHS staff last night at 8pm, it was sooo much fun! I also watched the lemurs on Blair Drummond facebook page but it made me a little sad as I can’t go to visit them again… at least for now… but I will keep watching them every day and the animals from other Zoos too! I like animals very much! I am even considering becoming a vet when I grow up 🙂
    Have a nice weekend, I’ll be back on Monday 🙂
    Keep safe 🙂 hugs from Lorena

  3. It has come to our attention that Chester Zoo and 5 Sisters Zoo are also sharing live feeds and virtual tours of the animals. If you can note down what animals you see, what they are doing and any facts you have managed to find out from the keepers. We can then share these with the class and use them to help aid our learning for our new topic after Easter!
    Miss Rafferty and Miss Pringle

  4. Good morning Harris!
    Well done for getting all your week 1 tasks completed. It sounds like you have been working hard and keeping busy with all the extra activities you have been completing in your own numeracy and literacy books. So good to keep the brain working and challenged!
    That’s amazing you were able to stand in your driveway and applaud our NHS staff for all their hard work. I was also outside clapping too and could hear so many other people joining in too. I even heard a ship toot from the River Forth!
    Yes the weather is not great again either but I still went out for my morning run and will do a Joe Wicks too!
    You have worked very hard this week Harris, so enjoy your weekend, stay safe and I’ll speak to you again on Monday 🙂
    Miss Rafferty

  5. Morning Miss Rafferty. How are you? We are fine, I am finishing my last tasks for week 1, and am going to watch newsround later. My numeracy books that I have been using have addition, multiplication and division sums and games, and telling the time where I have to draw the clock hands. The literacy ones have phonics, fill the gaps of sounds, crosswords and word searches. We clapped in our driveway last night for all of the NHS staff, it was so nice to hear so many people joining in. We only had a half hour walk with Buster yesterday as it was rainy, so I did some Joe Wicks with Karly after she was finished her school work. I hope you have a lovely weekend, and will speak to you on Monday. Love Harris x

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