Category Archives: Primary 1

Join Buddy and Special Guests at the NSPCC’s ‘Speak Out, Stay Safe’ Assembly

Join Ant and Dec, David Walliams, and Sally from the NSPCC’s Schools Service for a special assembly.  Featuring highlights from the hugely popular Speak out Stay safe programme, the assembly will help children understand what’s going on, why they may be feeling anxious or worried, and where to get help if they need it.

We know that many children are struggling with increased anxiety because of the coronavirus pandemic – whether they’re missing friends, stressed about schoolwork or concerned about their family’s safety. And for parents and carers, it can be tough to start a conversation about these worries.

This assembly will help children understand the huge changes in their lives. There will even be a Q&A session with Vicky Ford MP, Minister for Children and Families, featuring questions from children.

Be a Canal and River Explorer

This fantastic resource provides everything you need to research, design and build a canal-themed habitat.


Perhaps, re-design an area of your garden, or outside space, to create a Corridor for Nature to live or to pass through.
Click on the link above, look for the Learning for Home section, and be prepared to enter a whole new world of environmental learning.


Discovery Education – Help Children Learn from Home with Home Learning Routes

Home learning routes

Discovery Education have created ready-made route paths to help children learn from home. These route paths include video clips, text and glossaries for learning as well as art, design and technology and creative writing challenges for children to apply and demonstrate what they have learned.

Don’t believe us? Well, simply log into Discovery Education/Espresso with your Username and Password and search for Home Learning Routes.

Can you build the ‘little pigs house?’ Or can you build the ‘Solar System?’ Perhaps, you’re more of an explorer than a designer? If so, why not become a ‘Pet Detective’ or even a ‘Viking Explorer?’

These are just a few of the many learning routes.  So, don’t be shy, give it a try and you’ll be amazed at what you can do.


Additional Learning Resources for all ages

Please find detailed below some additional resources which we hope you may useful during this difficult period.

Dip in, have a look and, if you think this may be for you, delve in deeper and see what you think.  Most of all, enjoy the experience.

Please note these are not compulsory activities but ‘optional extras‘ for you and your child to explore.


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Life Skills: Skills for Learning, Life & Work

‘So be sure when you step, step with care and great tact. And remember that life’s A Great Balancing Act. And will you succeed? Yes! You will, indeed! (98 and ¾ percent guaranteed) Kid, you’ll move mountains.’ (Dr. Seuss)

They might not move mountains just yet but by following these Life Skills, it will be a stepping stone on their route to success!  See how many life skills your child/ren manages over the Easter Break.


Additional Learning Grids

For the Attention of P1-3 Parents:

Please click the links below to access some additional learning activities created by our specialists:

P1 Drama Grid 1 (Mrs Quinn)

P1-3 Music 1

P2 French_Drama Grid 1 (Mrs Quinn)

P3 Art Grid 1 Willy Wonka

P3 French Grid 1 (Mrs Quinn)

P3_2 Art Grid

P3-2 Drama Grid 1 (Mrs Quinn)

Please note that all tasks can be dipped in and out of and parents and their children should not feel obliged to complete all of the learning activities on any of the grids provided. Please only get your child to complete as much as you and your child feel you can manage in any given day/week.

Kind regards,

Louise Delargy