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Good Morning Primary 5/4 hope you can make it to our team meeting at 11.15 AM today. Here is your plan for the rest of the day! Thursday 28th of May 2020 28.05.20 09.00 AM-09.30 AM Cupcake writing for spelling practice 10.00 AM-10.30 AM Sumdog Literacy 11.15 AM-12.00 PM Team meeting with ... Continue reading Thursday 28th of May 2020 Primary 5/4 →

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Il fait beau! I hope you are enjoying the Sports Day activities Mrs. Ferguson has set. It will certainly be a Sports Day/ Week to remember and I'm sure we are all looking forward to the results. Primary 7 I know you will be working on Transition activities but you are welcome to complete our ... Continue reading Good Morning Primary 7/6 Thursday 28th May (Bon Jour! C'est jeudi le 28 mai 2020) →

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Good Afternoon everyone - here are some activities for you to keep you busy! Watch this clip from the BBC about teenagers in different countries during lockdown - it's quite interesting. If you were going to make a report for the BBC about your day what would it look like? https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/av/world-52589043/coronavirus-teens-document-a-day-in-lockdown-around-the-world Science We have looked ... Continue reading Afternoon Activities 26.05.20 →

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Good afternoon everyone! Another maths in art post from me today! I was inspired by Mrs Piper's Scribbly Bugs and the work of artist Alex Kohnahin to make these symmetrical insects. Something is symmetrical if one side is a mirror image of the other side. Lots of shapes can be symmetrical, and you can ... Continue reading More Maths in Art →

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Good afternoon, Your teachers have shared this clip with you We have this book at home, I think I could do a whole assembly on it sometime! I've picked out three feelings which I thought would be good to think about today and 'Connect' with someone at home... What makes you feel happy? When have ... Continue reading How are you feeling? →

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This afternoon Primary 4, it's Wellbeing Wednesday. This week it is about connecting to others, maybe through a conversation. Why not have a conversation with your family. I've attached a sheet with different conversation starters to give you ideas for what to talk about. I'm sure you will also have lots of your own ideas. ... Continue reading Wednesday Afternoon Primary 4 →

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Good afternoon! Here are your activities to keep you busy after lunch: ICT/Music: Using Sway, create a presentation about a band or musician that you like. You can access Sway through Glow. Create a biography (facts about them), why you like them, some of their songs, etc. You can link some of their music for ... Continue reading Afternoon Activities →

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Good afternoon Primary 1! As you will know today is Wellbeing Wednesday and we are thinking about being 'Connected' this week. One thing that is very important to us in our school is being connected with our feelings. We have learned all about this using our Emotion Works cogs. Can you remember what each one ... Continue reading Wellbeing Wednesday →

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Good Afternoon Primary 2, We thought it would be a nice start to the afternoon to listen to a story about feelings called In My Heart https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xIfLgHBwYx4 Children's Parliament Newsletter This newsletter has lots of really good information and suggested activities. We really liked the Feelings Pointer, to help us show how we are feeling. ... Continue reading Primary 2 - Afternoon 27th May →

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Good Afternoon Primary 5, How is your day going? Here are some learning suggestions for you this afternoon: Music Listening to music P.E Here is another Fitness Challenge: Day 20 - TAKEOVER Today our challenge comes from the Team Captain of the first Scottish team to win a medal in Gymnastics at the Commonwealth Games, ... Continue reading PRIMARY 5, Wednesday 27th May 2020 - afternoon activities →

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I always love using alliteration in my writing. Have some fun learning how to use alliteration. Understanding and Using Alliteration https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/articles/zf3492p In My Heart - A Book of Feelings https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xIfLgHBwYx4 I know this book is for younger children but we are never too old to think about our emotions. I thought you might enjoy sharing ... Continue reading P7/6 Afternoon Activities →

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Hello... I've already seen some lovely bugs this week but just incase you have missed the link here are a few pictures to also help you. Scribble on scrap paper, think about colour choices. Hot/cold or tones of one colour or just monochrome (one colour) 2. You can also scribble on old envelopes, food packaging ... Continue reading Scribbly Bugs! →

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