Primary 1 – Home Learning 12.06.20

Good morning Primary 1!

Happy Friday! Well done for all of your hard work this week. We know you are all doing an amazing job at home and thank you again for continuing to share all of your fantastic work with us on the learning journals. It would be a great idea for you to finish off any of the activities on the home learning grids today as we will be posting new activities on Monday. If you have already completed the work and fancy an extra challenge then why not follow Rob Biddulph’s online art lesson? You can follow the link to Rob’s rainbow whale picture here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OSUN5vR4QZY

He also has lots of other art videos on his channel that you can follow too! He has drawn aliens, dinosaurs, animals and lots of fun cartoon characters. His work is fantastic and easy to follow!

The Scottish Book Trust have also created a series of videos with authors live on demand. If you are interested in hearing some bedtime stories from your favourite authors then you can find some videos here:

https://www.scottishbooktrust.com/authors-live-on-demand

We hope you all have a lovely weekend and that we get to see you all soon!

Primary 1 teachers

Primary 1 02.04.20

Bonjour Primary 1! Happy Jeudi!

We hope you have been enjoying learning at home this week and are still finding lots of time to have fun, play and spend time with your family.

I’m sure some of you noticed that a new trend emerged online where people were putting up pictures of rainbows in their windows. The rainbows symbolise hope, positivity and encourage people to stay safe at home. We challenge you today to create your own rainbow using materials of your choice. You could use paint, lego, colouring pens/pencils, crepe paper, coloured card or any other material you have at home. Get creative! You could also write a simple message of encouragement on your rainbow such as ‘stay home’, ‘stay safe’ or ‘stay positive’.

We would love you to share your rainbows with us on the Learning Journals and we will choose a few of the best examples to share on the blog.

Here are some other fun websites if you fancy getting creative:

https://babbledabbledo.com/80-easy-creative-projects-for-kids/

https://kinderart.com/art-lessons/seasons/5-creative-activities-kids-can/

We hope that you are all staying safe and well.

Thank you for your continued support,

Primary 1 teachers

Primary Five 15th April 2016

Welcome back we hope you all had a lovely holiday and are ready for the busy term ahead.

This term our Topics will be-

Social subjects- The Scottish Parliament

Science- Light and Sound

Expressive Arts- School Show- Robin and the Sherwood Hoodies

Health- Drug Education/Living and Growing

RME- The Journey of Life/Key Figures

PE- Athletics/Club Golf. Please send indoor PE kit on Tuesday and Outdoor on Friday.

We are looking forward to the busy term ahead!

Mrs Jamieson and Mrs Steel