Harrysmuir Primary Home Learning Hub

September 28, 2020
by Mrs Fairley
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Learning Grids for Self-Isolating

Here are Learning Grids for each Year Group that can be accessed if your child is self-isolating at home. These grids are not Homework grids but feature some activities and web pages linked to the learning of their class/stage. Please let us know if you need any resources.

P1 Learning Grid

P2 Learning Grid

P3 Learning Grid

P4 Learning Grid

P5 Learning Grid

P6 Learning Grid

P7 Learning Grid

February 15, 2021
by Mrs Carder
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Free Online Green Gym Sessions With Activities to Take Outdoors

After positive feedback from the online Green Gym sessions Alice and her team from The Conservation Volunteers (TCV) will be delivering more Green Gym sessions.

There are options for primary and secondary school aged children.

From 22nd-26th Feb they will be delivering 45min-1hour long sessions. Children and young people will be asked to join the session then head outdoors and try out different activities.

Five sessions are being offered:

Monday 22nd Feb– School Green Gym- ages 7+. Introduction to school Green Gym with wellbeing focused activities. Nature is a place for learning, playing and supporting our mental health. But how much time do you spend in nature?

 

Tuesday 23rd Feb– Scottish Badgers, Tracker School. Ages 12+. Introduction to tracking common animals using field signs. Good for anyone with an interest in practical conservation, wildlife, learning about animals.

 

Wednesday 24th Feb– Hedgehogs with Kirsty (TCV). Ages 7+. Learn more about hedgehogs and what we can do to protect them. Complete a garden survey to see how hedgehog friendly your garden is.

 

Thursday 25th Feb– Scottish Wildlife Trust, Wildlife collections. Ages8+. Be inspired to connect with nature and start your own wildlife collection.

 

Friday 26th Feb– Nature Play with Carolyn (TCV), Nature Art. All Ages. Look to nature for inspiration, create art pieces using the natural materials we see all around.

 

All tickets are free and can be booked via Eventbrite.

February 12, 2021
by Mrs Fairley
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Happy Friday! :)

Good morning everyone, here we are at the end of a brilliant week, just ready for a holiday weekend. Thank you for sharing your wonderful pictures from this week, we hope it’s been fun and a break from your screens.

Here is the link to our ‘Happiness’ values assembly and a separate link for Mrs Fairley’s story

https://www.loom.com/share/890e943b9b1a4f1a9794144f204f3042

https://www.loom.com/share/c7591ee4a2f3451ca626055ab9642f9e (Mrs Fairley’s story)

 

 

February 11, 2021
by Mrs Fairley
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Fabulous photos from screen break Day 3 (Wednesday)

Lovely to share more fabulous photos of the Learning taking place in school and at home, indoors and in the snow! I am so impressed with the participation in these activities, it looked like it was good to get a break from the screens!

February 11, 2021
by Mrs Carder
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Thursday Focus – Fairtrade Fortnight

Every year the school takes part in Fairtrade Fortnight. This year it will begin on 22nd February so today’s activities will have a Fairtrade focus.  The links to the activities are below.

P4 – P7 can look at

Climate Fairtrade and you choices and consequeces

Playing fair – this relates to the making of footballs

P1 – P3  can look at

Pablo the Super Banana

Playing fair – this relates to the making of footballs

There are also three home-learning grids (two Playing Fair and one Climate related) to choose from. Take a look at each and see if there is anything you would like to try.

If you wish you can share photos of anything you manage to do. Oh and there is a quiz you can try too then check with the answers.

Enjoy

Mrs Carder

Climate Fairtrade and You Choices and Consequences

Pablo the Super-Banana

Playing Fair – The Story of Fairtrade Footballs

Playing Fair Ages 5-7

Playing Fair Ages 7-11

Primary Climate Home Learning Grid

Primary Quiz answers

Primary quiz

February 10, 2021
by Mrs Fairley
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Fabulous photos from Screen Break Day 2! (Tuesday)

Here are some fabulous photos from inside and out! I quickly adapted the activity planner yesterday with the arrival of the snow and have LOVED the photos I’ve seen on TEAMS and Seesaw. Thank you for sharing, it’s so lovely to see everyone having fun!

February 9, 2021
by Mrs Fairley
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Fabulous photos from screen break day 1

Here are some fabulous photos from our first screen break day. I love that they show our pupils being creative and inventive, working with brothers and sisters and having fun!

February 9, 2021
by Mrs Fairley
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Terrific Tuesday- Screen Break Day 2!

Good morning on this very snowy day! Here is today’s activity grid which i’ve adapted slightly to include the weather!

There are some activities you can do if you’re snug inside but otherwise, enjoy the snow! We’d love to see your snowy pictures- angels, igloos, snowmen, sledging- have fun!

SNOW TUESDAY Screen Free activities SNOW TUESDAY Screen Free activities

February 8, 2021
by Mrs Fairley
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Magnificent Monday- Screen Break Day 1!

Good morning everyone, here is the first activity grid for our screen break week. You can choose one or more of the activities below for each hour to complete and you can choose which order to complete them in.

Remember your Teacher will still be doing their daily check-in and story times and you don’t need to post what you’re doing (unless you want to in which case we’ll love to see them 🙂

We’ve tried to make it that you don’t need many resources but if you do need things such as coloured paper, gluesticks etc. please contact the school office and we can provide them for you.

Last of all- enjoy the activities! You can do them on your own, with your brothers and sisters or anyone else in the house, it’s up to you! MONDAY Screen Free activities MONDAY Screen Free activities

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