Category Archives: Group 9

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Language Skills (Secondary)

Good morning everyone,

Our theme today for home-school learning is summer.

Here are some activities to choose from:

Read the following poems about summer (they may also give you some ideas for your own poems):

Summer Days

I’m looking for a hot spot.

A what spot?

A hot spot.

I’m looking for a hot spot.

To lie out in the sun.

I’m looking for a hot spot

To play and have some fun.

I’m looking for a hot spot

To hit a ball and run.

Oh, I’m looking for a hot spot.

A what spot?

A hot spot.

I’m looking for a hot spot

Now summer has begun.

 Anne English

 

Summer Song

 By the sand between my toes,

By the waves behind my ears,

By the sunburn on my nose,

By the little salty tears

That make rainbows in the sun

When I squeeze my eyes and run,

By the way the seagulls screech,

Guess where I am? At the ……!

By the way the children shout

Guess what happened? School is ……!

By the way I sing this song

Guess if summer lasts too long:

You must answer Right or ……!

 John Ciardi

Good luck!

Laura Leathem (Language and Communication Teacher)

This is our School

Hello everyone!
For those of you missed hearing or being able to sing This is our school at the whole school assembly this morning, here it is now. Join in with the signs that you have learned for the chorus. Have a lovely, happy summer holiday. Connie

Group 11 Reflection

Hey guys

Have lovely summer holidays. Chill out and enjoy a good break.

This is a nice wee activity to finish the year.

WE4

My favourite teachers were Connie for taking staff choir and Rachel for teaching me to dance.  My friends were Lauren, Rose Ann and Jackie. My favourite activity was staff choir.  My favourite place to visit was Pets at Home. My favourite food was every meal that you guys cooked with Scott for staff lunches. My new skill was having the confidence to sing in a small group. The funniest memory is Misbah doing his Kermit impression.

Feel free to send me pictures of your holidays.  I’ll check my email every so often to see your happy faces,

See you all soon, whether for your last year at Pinewood or your graduation.

Stay happy, Kirsty. x