Good morning everyone!
Hope you are all well. Here is a story for you to listen to today from home.
Hope you enjoy it.
Remember please just do what you can with your home learning and I will look forward to seeing you all back in school on Friday.
I do hope that you are all well and have had a lovely summer.
I am very excited about seeing you all later this week back at school and being able to read stories again to real children and not in front of a camera! Here is a new story that I had ordered a quite few weeks ago now and I thought might help you practise your listening skills – which will be really important whichever class you are in!
Enjoy the new story and of course the last few days of the holidays.
See you soon!
Good morning everyone. I can’t believe it’s our last day in P3B!
I have enjoyed getting to know every one of you this year! You should be very proud of yourself, you have worked so hard and had an amazing year in P3!
I will miss you all and I wish you all the best for P4.
Have a great summer 🌞
Miss Ross 😀
Good Morning 3A!
I can’t believe it’s our last day together in P3!
Today we wish Ms Occardi a very happy retirement. Congratulations! I know she will be back in to see us again soon. Our end of year gifts to the class are ready in school. I’ll make sure you get these on our first day back.
Well done for all your hard work this year both before and during lockdown. It’s not been a normal Term 4 but I have enjoyed hearing from you via email and looking at your progress online. We finish our last piece of online learning on a high! For the Sumdog West Lothian contest, 3A finished in 6th position overall(out of 377 classes) and a girl in our class finished 2nd position individually(out of 1961 pupils). Amazing news!
I have been in school this week getting organised for next year. I am very pleased to be teaching P4A next year. I hope you are happy with this news too!
Have a wonderful holiday and I look forward to seeing all of your happy faces in August.
Mrs Bell 🙂
Here is the link to the last Story Time from Home.
Thank you for watching the Story Time From Home videos which I originally was going to make just for my own class but thought it would be nice to share with all the P1-3 children.
I know that lots of you have heard me read these stories before so it has been lovely to hear that you have still been watching the videos. Thank you for all your kind messages – it has been so nice to hear from you and know that you are doing well.
Please enjoy your summer holidays and take care to stay safe. I look forward to seeing you all safely back in school soon.
Today is my last day. A BIG GOODBYE to all of the children and parents in 3a.
Thank you all for making my final year as a teacher such an enjoyable one and for sending me your happy retirement emails..
Finally. Just for fun…
Hetzer and Katie Morag say goodbye as well.
Good morning everyone. I hope you all enjoyed the sunshine yesterday, it was such a beautiful day!
Myself and Mr Brice really enjoyed seeing you all yesterday! Sorry we missed some of you, you were probably out in the sun somewhere 😀 It took us 5 hours (19,000) steps to get round you all, I have very sore feet today, but it was worth it!!
Its going to be another beautiful day, maybe even hotter than yesterday! Here are some fun outdoor maths challenges you could try if you are out and about.
Outdoor maths challenge cards
Have a great day!
Miss Ross 🙂
Hello boys and girls,
Here is the link to Thursday’s Story Time from Home.
Today’s story is all about a rather naughty cat which is something I know lots about.
I do hope you enjoy it.
Have a nice day and hopefully the sun will keep shining and you will all get outside to play.
Good morning, everybody.
If you’ve read the newsletter, then you’ll know that I won’t be returning to school in August. I keep telling everyone that I’m very old and it’s time for me to retire.
I’m really sorry I won’t get to see you all before the holidays, but I promise I will pop in for a visit when you’re back. I look forward to seeing you then.
Maths challenge?? I was a teacher for 14 years before I came to Linlithgow Primary and I’ve been at Linlithgow for 18 years. If you do the sums, I think you’ll find I have been a teacher for a long time.
Every class has been special, but you are even more special because you are my last class. Thank you for being such a fantastic class and thank you also to your lovely, supportive parents.
Just for fun…
Katie Morag had a big walk this evening. She really needs a nap, but she’s a bit worried Hetzer might steal her ball. Apologies, another of my upside down photos.
Good morning everyone! I hope you have all had a good start to the week. It has been lovely to hear from some of you this week, remember you can e-mail myself or Mr Brice to share anything you have been doing.
Seen it is the last week of school before the summer I thought this might be a nice activity for you to complete, keep and look back on.
End of year memories
One of the focuses for Health and Wellbeing this week is Road Safety. Here is a fun interactive activity. When it loads click on online module, read the information then complete the quizzes.
I thought I would make the riddles a little harder Have a go…
It was given to you, it belongs to you, but your friends use it more than you do.
What is it?
Have a great day!
Miss Ross 😀
Hello everyone!Welcome to the link for the 60th Story Time from Home.
Today’s story is all about a boy who gets stuck on the moon. It’s another of my favourite stories even if it is a bit silly! I do hope you enjoy it too.
Good morning Primary 3, I love to go to the beach do you?
It’s almost time for the Summer holidays and I hope we will all get to the beach sometime soon but we can go today through the magic of music!
Today’s clip is all about the sea and there is a song to learn and sing, a story to hear and some listening which I hope will take you to the beach!
After you’ve tried the song, scroll down to the story of The Magic Fish and then down to the listening activity. Close your eyes and you can just about feel you’re at the sea side! See how many sounds you can hear then draw a lovely sea side picture! Have a great Summer!
Today I thought I would share with you some ideas for your at home sports day. I had great fun doing one with my family at the end of last week and here is a little video of us taking part.
The activities we did are explained in the file linked below.
Home Sports Day
We would love to see how you get on
Good Morning 3A!
Very well done to you all for your efforts on Sumdog. P3a are doing so well. As I type this we are in 15th place in all of West Lothian!
At the end of school year, we often take time to reflect on our achievements from the year. Today you might want to write down some things you are proud of (both in and out of school). You could add special memories, things you enjoyed and maybe some targets for P4. It’s been a very strange end to the term for everyone. My highlights from our class this year are… our Egyptians assembly, hearing the class talks, teaching you all a bit of cheerleading during P.E. and playing the different drama games.
I’ll see you back on the blog on Friday for our last day.
Here is the link to today’s Story Time From Home.
I hope you enjoy’s today’s story which is set in school and all about a teacher who falls in love even though she has some unwelcome visitors. You will need to watch the video to find out more and to see another appearance by Tufty!
And here’s another link to a very short video of Cleo who it seems will only appear when I’m not reading the story!
Have a good day and thank you again for continuing to watch the videos.