Wear Red Friday 16th October 2020

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

P5 homework.

Homework learning grid will start next week, for October.

This week, get back into homework and complete the literacy and numeracy tasks by Friday 2nd October.

Spelling:

Task 1: Complete the spelling grid.

Task 2: Write the words with vowels missing, then repeat and write the word with consonants.

Literacy:

Task1 Grammar: Complete the worksheet on connectives.

Task2 Write: Choose 5 spelling words and write a complex sentence using a connective learned in class.

Numeracy:

Task 1: Complete the doubling worksheet.

Task 2: Learn Its: Know your 2.s, 4’s and 8’s timetables. Write the tables 3 times and ask an adult to test you. What do you notice about the numbers? 2×2=4 2×4=8 2×8=16?

Reading:

Task 1: Complete the thinker reader.

Task 2: Prepare what you will say about the story to the class on Friday.

Reminders

PE kit on Wednesday.

Enjoy the learning. x

P5 – Meet The Teacher & Term 1 Learning Leaflet

Dear Primary 5 parents,

Currently we are unable to invite you in to see the classrooms and to have a chat so we have made a short video and some slides with key information that we would have normally shared with you in person.

I’m so happy that all of the children have settled back into school life, please see the attached learning leaflet for what we have planned to learn in Term 1. I hope this gives you an insight into how this year will be.

If you have any questions please get in touch.

Mrs Sharkey