Friday 22nd May
well done on another great week of home learning boys and girls. You are all doing a great job in really difficult circumstances. Mums and Dads are doing a great job too and Mrs McBride and Mrs Preston are really grateful for you taking the time to keep us updated on your learning via email and sending us lovely pictures to keep the website up to date and fun for you and your friends. I hope you have enjoyed the Goldilocks and the bears stories this week. These are some of my favourite stories and boys and girls in Busy Bess and Primary 1 always enjoy these stories too.
Have a look below at our certificate winners this week.
Next week is the 2nd bank holiday in May so enjoy a well earned rest on Monday and take a break from school work. I’ll see you all again on Tuesday for more home learning. Keep safe and have fun at home.
Well done also to these pupils who achieved their next award on Study Ladder. You really are working very hard, keep up the good work.
Grace - Gold certificate
Louis - Bronze Trophy
Mina - Silver Trophy
Sam - Gold Trophy
Monday 18th May
Hi everyone. Welcome back to week 7 of home learning. It's hard to believe we have been doing home school for 7 weeks. Mrs McBride and Mrs Preston are so proud of everyone and we think you are doing a great job or learning at home. Your mums and dads are doing a great job too so don't forget to thank them. Thank you for sending us so many photos and videos last week- think we all had great fun participating in our virtual Balmoral Show! Thank you mums and dads for taking the time to send us these! It's just lovely to see the children and also for the pupils to see each other. Such a wide range of entries! Well done!
This week in school we would have been celebrating Eco week. This would have been an important week in school where we would have been thinking about what we could make or do to try to be more eco friendly. I thought that since our boys and girls love junk art, maybe you could make something from your recycling box. Here's an idea for our bear topic.
You might also try to be eco friendly by working in the garden. You could plant something in your garden and watch it grow. I watched a little girl on Gardners World last week who is planting sunflowers, tomatoes and peppers and giving them to her neighbours. You could try planting some seeds in egg cartons like the picture below and then replant them into bigger pots when they are bigger.
Whatever you get up to this week try to take a picture and email it to Mrs Preston so that everyone in our class can see it too.
Mrs Preston and Mrs McBride