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P1b have been very busy over the last 2 weeks with lots of new learning and fun. Literacy We have been reinforcing all of the sounds which we have learnt so far, we have also learned about “sh”, this is … Continue reading
Numeracy This week we have been continuing our reinforcement of the numbers to 10. We have been counting forwards and backwards within 10, spotting missing numbers in the sequence and spotting numbers which have swapped places in the sequence! Literacy … Continue reading
This week we have been learning the numbers from 7-10. We have now learned all of the numbers from 0 to 10 and have taken part in activities and play to learn what these numbers look like, by recognising, finding … Continue reading
Primary 1b have settled in well to our class routines and structure. They have enjoyed 2 busy weeks of play and learning. We have started to learn our sounds and have also been busy learning our numbers. We have been … Continue reading
Here are some photos of the children, taken on their very first day in primary 1. Since then we have been busy learning and making friends.
The whole school enjoyed a fun day at the Meadows yesterday. P3, P3/4 and P4 enjoyed spending the day together. The children enjoyed art, reading for enjoyment and rounders as well as playing in the play park.
Topic Last week we had a visitor, Anna, from Surgeon’s Hall. Anna came to tell us about the digestive system. After hearing about the digestive system and seeing the size of both the large and small intestine, we made “poo”. … Continue reading
Robo Constructors On Wednesday afternoon, we participated in a “Robo Constructors” workshop. The children worked in pairs to design and build robots, using cubelets. The children had great fun exploring what the different types of cubelets did and what the … Continue reading
Fractions P3 have been learning about fractions this week. We have been exploring halves and quarters. We have been halving and quartering sets of objects and numbers. We have also been counting in halves and quarters. Spanish We … Continue reading