Hi P2 I have uploaded the monthly grid again onto this channel. Please complete the last pink section this week. P2a word boost book is called, Love From Louisa and P2b book is called, Another Fine Mess. We are also looking at 3d shapes this week and the properties of 3d shapes. Please complete the worksheets. Thank you Miss Smith and Miss Pexara
Last week P2a read one of our Scottish Book Trust books called, Rocketmole as part of our Word Boost Programme. Noah and his family created this incredible model based on the story. Well done Noah!
Hi P2 I have uploaded the November grid again on this channel. Please complete the sentences on the yellow section. I have uploaded 2 maths activities as we are focusing on digital and analogue clocks. Also, we are celebrating book week with the Scottish Book Trust. For word boost we have chosen one of the stories from the bag called, Rocketmole. Please read the 4 words and describe what they mean. All children will receive their Read, Write, Count bags on Friday to take home. Thank you! Miss Smith and Miss Pexara
Hi boys and girls I have posted the homework for this week on files. Both classes are focusing on time this week for maths. We are introducing half past P2a have 5 new word boosts words for the story, Tabby McTat. P2b are reading, Rainy Day and they also have 5 new word boosts words. We are not doing RWInc this week and are instead focusing on our Talk for Writing. We are learning to describe using our sentence starters… It is, It has and It can. Look at the space picture and describe it using those 3 sentences. Remember to use capital letters, full stops, finger spaces and adjectives. Finally, I will attach a video for our Hail Mary Prayer. Please watch the song and try to memorise the words. Thanks, Miss Smith and Miss Pexara
Each October Show Racism the Red Card holds its annual Wear Red Day!
The 6th annual Wear Red Day will take place across England, Wales and Scotland on Friday 16th October 2020.
Wear Red Day is a national day of action which encourages schools, businesses and individuals to raise awareness of anti-racism education for young people and adults across the UK.
As a Rights Respecting School we know that everyone has the right to be treated equally and not be discriminated against. We are asking your child to wear something red on Friday, the 16th, for Show Racism the Red Card day and to celebrate equality and diversity within our school community.
Thanks Miss Barclay & Mr Creaney