Happy Friday KPS.
Here is a challenge that was set by Judy Murray ( Andy Murray’s mum) this week for primary school pupils in West Lothian. I’d like you all to give it a try too!
Can you do better than me? Who is the best in your household?
If you don’t have a tennis racquet then a frying pan will do! Have fun!
Happy New Year everyone.
I’m hoping that you all made your New Year Resolution to be as active as possible in 2021 because I have entered the school into a competition to find the most active school in West Lothian and in true Knightsridge spirit we are going to persevere to achieve great success!
How can you help?
- Be as active as you can. Any activity counts from taking part in PE lessons to walking your dog to dancing along to Just Dance.
- Record the number of minutes each week you are active and submit the number on this form. This most be done by 10am every Monday. ( first submission date is Monday 18th January)
3. Every Tuesday the school with the highest number of weekly activity minutes will be announced and at the end of the month the school with the highest number of minutes throughout the month will be the champions.
Twitter daily PE Challenges have started again. Check out the following link to the West Lothian PE network and see if you can do the challenges https://twitter.com/WLPENetwork/status/1348907614042808320?s=20
Good luck, happy exercising and if you have any questions please get in touch.
Welcome to term three Primary 4B!
Please attend our check in and literacy lesson at 09:30. It would be great to hear from you!
If you are having any problems logging on please leave a comment below and I will be in touch.
On Monday 30th November we celebrated St Andrew’s Day in school. Primary 3b led an excellent on-line assembly explaining the history behind St Andrew and his connection with the Scottish flag.
Their assembly is now available for you to watch at home with your children.
Please click on the link below to find Primary 3b‘s assembly
I’m sure you will learn something new and exciting about St Andrew.
We are so proud of you Primary 3b!
We are absolutely delighted to share our wonderful news with you. The Scottish Book Trust has awarded our school with a Gold Reading Accreditation award.
Please read Mrs Kennedy’s letter linked below to find out more information on this exciting news.
Mrs Kennedy’s Gold Award Letter
Please follow the link below to watch Primary 5 leading the Children in Need Assembly. As you know we can not have parents in school to watch our assemblies so we hope to share as much as we can with you.
Please click on this link to our school website to watch the children in action!
We had a wonderful day celebrating all the wonderful work ‘Children in Need’ do to help, support and change the lives of so many young people.
Classes took part in exciting activities in their classrooms and during Breakfast Club, there was also a duck race for the staff!
Thank you for all your kind donations, we were able to donate £200 to this amazing charity.
Have a look at some of the Pudsey activities by clicking on the link below,
Many thanks everyone!
Hello Primary 4B. Here is a copy of your home learning for November. Remember you only have to do three tasks in one week. One literacy, one numeracy and one task from any of the other boxes. Hope you have lots of fun with it!
Home Learning P3 November
Good afternoon! Please click on the link for November’s home learning.
The Home Learning Grid has also been posted to the SeeSaw Journals. Please use the SeeSaw platform to share photos of any tasks you complete at home.
Miss Mitchell and Mrs Williams
Please find attached Primary 2/1’s Home Learning grid for November. Please complete the activities marked with stars and try to complete the other tasks at your leisure. Please upload any photographs of your child completing these tasks on Seesaw. You will also find your child’s Word Wall and Sumdog password uploaded to this platform.
November Home Learning
Another Fine Mess – parent postcard