Primary 2/1 Homework for week beginning 28th September. Please complete all tasks throughout the week in jotter provided. No need to return jotter to school when completed.
I am so sorry that I have not posted the spelling words for this week primary 3. Silly Miss Graham!
Because I have posted them later in the week, please just practise saying your words and copying them out/ air writing (where you write them in the air with your finger)
Here they are now.
Primary 2/1 Homework will be posted on the blog every Monday. The children should work on tasks throughout the week. They will be given a jotter home to complete the tasks in but this does not need to be returned to the school every week. Please click on the relevant link below to access your child’s homework tasks.
Good afternoon Primary 3,
I hope you are all enjoying your afternoon. Well done for all your hard work today! Lets keep it up this week.
I hope you all enjoyed today boys and girls. I had such fun playing the place value games today!
Here is your homework for this week! Please remember to complete the form to tell us what tasks you have been completing at home.
Hi Primary 3,
Homework this week is your spelling words and some maths. Please remember to fill out the form to show what tasks you are completing.
Homework can be completed in your yellow jotter and you do not need to bring this into school.
Homework does not need to be handed in on a Friday.
Please remember to fill out the form for Primary 3 to let us know what homework has been completed.
Miss McLachlan and Mrs Warner will be running a lunchtime homework club every Tuesday (starting tomorrow, 30/1) for those who would like some support or extra help with their homework and reading.
This offer is open to children in Primary 1, 1/2 and 2.
Take a look at our amazing Anderson air-read shelters!
As part of our Second World War topic, Primary 7 were assigned a seven-week homework project to research, design and create an Anderson air-raid shelter. As you can see, the shelters have been a great success. Next week the children will test their shelters in order to evaluate their designs.
A huge thank you to all the family members who helped their children create these air-raid shelters. The pupils are so proud of their work and it really makes a difference when parents are so involved!