Category Archives: Primary 3

P3 – W.C. 8th November

Primary three have had a busy week of learning.

Our IDL (Inter Disciplinary Learning) about space fed through our learning this week. The class learned about why the Earth, Moon and Sun are important to us and how they work. This led us nicely into our Maths and Science work, looking at the seasons and the months of the year. The class also continued to practise their time work. We created planets using mixed media and are going to assemble a model next week.

In French, we labelled bodies with their correct French words. We also practised our head, shoulders, knees and toes song (Tête, Épaules, Genoux et Pieds) very enthusiastically!

In Art, we created pointillism poppies which are now beautifully displayed on our wall.

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The class were very respectful during the minutes silence and their understanding of Rememberence Day.

I – I really enjoyed making the pointilism poppies.

C – I loved making the planets in art.

L – I really enjoyed our French this week.

L – I liked learning football skills in PE.

 

Mrs Love

P3 Home Learning and Learning This Week

Good afternoon,

I have uploaded an electronic copy of this term’s home learning grid onto Seesaw and I will attach a copy on to this post as well. A paper copy will be given to the learners next Wednesday when we return from the long weekend.

P3 Term 1 Home Learning

This week’s learning:

On Monday to celebrate Roald Dahl Day we had an exciting day of Numeracy, Science and Outdoor Learning. We read an extract from ‘George’s Marvellous Medicine’ and created potions from items collected in a jar during outdoor learning and added water, food colouring and essence.  From ‘The BFG’, we made dream jars with water, oil, glitter and an effervescent tablet to make the mixture move around the jars. Inspired by ‘Charlie and the Chocolate Factory’, we did the skittles experiment using varied types of skittles. We used the skill of prediction, observation and variables for future experiments.

Numeracy – This week we were finishing our focus on place value, we answered worded questions on addition and subtraction and we were looking at skip counting in 2’s.

In Maths, we were looking at quarter past and quarter to and the digital times for these as well.

Literacy – In handwriting this week we had a re-focus on b and d as this is often reversed. In writing we wrote a procedure piece of writing about our potions that we made in outdoor learning on Monday.

In HWB, we painted our own dream jars from ‘The BFG’ and wrote our dreams and aspirations for the future in the jars.

In IDL, we have been working on our group projects for our 20 year task this week and are starting to finish off our models.

In PE, we have been working on ball skills. Investigating and discussing the similarities and differences of various balls. Dribbling in different ways and learning various passing skills (bounce pass, over arm and under arm).

In RME, we looked at our local church and discussed what it looks like and what it might be used for.

I hope you all have a wonderful long weekend, and I will see P3 on Wednesday.

Mrs Love

Weekly Reflection – 6th – 10th of September 2021

Hello,

In P3 this week, we have been working on:

Numeracy and Maths:

Place Value – Working within 100 and extending this to 1000.

Maths- Time – Digital time – O’clock and half past being :00 and :30

 

Literacy :

Spelling – ‘e’ sound and ‘o-e’ sound spelling words using various strategies.

Handwriting – Formation of letters in Uppercase.

Writing – Description writing – We have been writing about our group project for the school’s 20 year project.

Weekend News.

Free-writing – Giving learners the freedom to use their imaginations.

Reading – Learners read their reading books with me twice this week, along with the enjoyment of ERIC time after lunchtimes.

 

IDL/Art/DYW – We have been working in groups collaborating on our 20 year projects. This week we worked with the recycling materials that you kindly donated from home and built models of our ideas.

 

French – We have been developing our skills of conversation by saying “Hello, how are you?” and answering how we are feeling which links to our emotion chart in class.

 

Outdoor Learning – Mrs Fraser took the class outside to look at Tree’s and their characteristics.

 

HWB/PE – We have been working on our fitness skills and team building.

 

Here is what the class have to say about this weeks learning:

Isla – I liked doing the 20th anniversary team work model because I liked working as a team and i like doing art.

Elise – I liked learning Maths and French this week. I enjoy having conversations in other languages.

Georgie – I enjoyed doing fitness bingo in PE because it is fun and it is active.

Albert – I enjoyed art because I created a masterpiece.

Hollie – I enjoyed writing because it was fun.

Charlotte – I like to get moving and working out in PE.

Lochlann – I liked doing art because I liked working as a team and I got to use my imagination.

Connie – I loved doing my handwriting this week and practising my letter formation.

Ruby – I enjoyed learning about digital time.

Piotr – I liked making my model with my team for the 20 year project.

 

Well done P3!

Mrs Love

 

 

 

Welcome Primary Three!

Good afternoon and welcome family and friends of P3!

I am delighted to be teaching at Livingston Village again this year with primary three, and I am very excited for the year ahead.

Those who do not know me well, I am Mrs Love and this will be my third full year teaching at LVPS.

I hope the learners have settled into their first few days back to school, and are enjoying their time so far.

I wanted to let you know that PE days will be on Monday’s and Wednesday’s. If your child could come to school in suitable clothes for PE on these days, that would be wonderful.

Thank you,

Mrs Love

2021 Outdoor timetable Term 4

Outdoor Learning will be running again this term and the days and classes are listed below.  We ask that the children can be as suitably dressed as possible on the days they will be going outdoors.  Please consider that we could be walking through woods, soft muddy ground, or wet grass. It could rain, be windy, cold, snowing, drizzling or hot sunshine.  On very hot sunny days you may want to provide sunscreen for your child to apply.

It is always advisable to wear layers and always have a coat/raincoat.  The school has waterproof trousers and rain jackets for those that need them.

Whatever the weather, sandals are not suitable!  Some trainers may not be waterproof enough – it may not rain today but the ground could be muddy from yesterday’s rain.  Sturdy shoes, sometimes even wellies are a good idea.  Again the school has some pairs of wellies if they are needed.

Thank you for your continued support,

Mrs Smith

Outdoor learning Term 4
Mon. 19th  April P6 Mon. 24th  May Holiday
Tues. 20th April P1 and P4 Tues. 25th  May P2/1 and P2 
Wed. 21st April P5 Wed. 26th  May     P3
Mon. 26th April P7 Mon. 31st   May P6
Tues. 27th April P2/1 and P2  Tues. 1st June P1 and P4
Wed. 28st  April     P3 Wed. 2ndJune P5
Mon. 3rd   May Holiday Mon. 7th June P7
Tues. 4th  May P1 and P4 Tues. 8th June P2/1 and P2 
Wed. 5th  May P5 Wed. 9th June     P3
Mon. 10th  May P7 Mon. 14th June P6
Tues. 11th  May P2/1 and P2  Tues. 15th June P1 and P4
Wed. 12th  May     P3 Wed. 16th June P5
Mon. 17th   May P6 Mon. 21st  June P7
Tues. 18th  May P1 and P4 Tues. 22ndJune P2/1 and P2 
Wed. 19th  May P5 Wed. 23rd June     P3