We have really enjoyed doing the fun run everyday week (that we could when the weather let us!) Zoomba and Aerobics were great work outs and we liked the music and the moves. Visiting bowling club was great because we had a chance to roll the balls aiming at targets and trying to score points. We researched different food groups (dairy / fruit and vegetables) and made posters and leaflets to show what we had learning. We hope we get to do sports day on Monday!
It was great fun doing our big write this because we were writing legends about the mystery cave.
It was nice having visitors for the opening morning, we hope you enjoyed it. We shared our learning, showing how much learning we had done and the progress we have made. We like the new layout of the MATs.
Have a nice weekend, see you on Monday. Primary 4
This week in maths we have been practising our division and times tables. We have been working out questions with remainders. If a number doesn’t divide into equal groups whatever is left is called a remainder. Some of us have also been practising subtracting, doubling and halving.
We have been practising reading out loud and adding expression by looking at the punctuation.
We have enjoyed decorating our medallions ready for the Summer Fair this afternoon. We hope you like them and we can sell them all.
There is going to be lots of things to do at the fair this afternoon, hope you enjoy it and have a nice weekend! P4
This week in maths we have been learning about 2D shapes and 3D objects, working out how many sides, faces, corners and edges the different shapes have got.
We have been building electric circuits using the Snap’n’Fix sets. We have been testing different materials to see if they make the circuit work by lighting the bulb up. If the circuit works the material is a conductor which means electricity can go through it. If it doesn’t work it is called an insulator which means electricity doesn’t pass through it.
We have been working on answering questions in full sentences, some of the questions were quite hard. We read about St George and then answered questions about him. It was reading, writing and RME all at the same time.
Have a good bank holiday weekend! See you on Tuesday! Primary 4
Welcome back everybody, we hope you had a lovely Easter and a nice holiday.
Since we have been back, in maths we are learning about 2D shapes and 3D objects, we are learning all the different names of the shapes, identifying the shapes and working which ones were which.
We have been starting to learn tennis skills and rugby skills in P.E. the warm up game of tag and sharks and fishes was lots fun, you had to steal other peoples tags.
Have a nice weekend with your family! Primary 4
Hi! This week in numeracy, some of us were counting in 10s, on and off the decuple. In a maths and PE lesson, we estimated and measured how far we could jump. The groups were all working really hard!
In the BIG Write, we were writing a story about a child who is kidnapped by goblins and then a knight or jester comes to rescue them.
We have been doing lots of singing practice for the show! We have added some actions to the songs.
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We had our assembly on Tuesday, it was about Robert Burns. We read out poems and facts about Robert Burns, performed a short play and did a quiz about words in Scots asking the audience to work out the words in Scots meant in English. We really enjoyed doing the assembly, thank you for coming out to see it!
In P.E. we have been practising balancing and racing to get fit and prepare for the athletics festival. In maths lessons we have been learning the two and three times tables, we have been working with higher numbers and how to divide numbers by halving and splitting, and sharing numbers. We can also divide by counting in two’s and three’s.
We have been learning about the fruits of the Holy Spirit: love, self-control, peace, kindness, gentleness, goodness, faithfulness, patience and joy. We get the fruits of the Holy Spirit by using Gifts of the Holy Spirit, this makes us kinder, better children.
Thank you for reading our blog, hope you have nice weekend! Primary 4 xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
Hello Rear Readers,
This week we have been working hard practising for our assembly on Tuesday and Burns Night on Wednesday. We have been writing facts about Robert Burns, did you know Robert Burns wrote over 600 songs and poems! and when he was a child he used to help his dad working on a farm, he moved to Edinburgh when he became famous. You will find out more on Tuesday!
We were painting using Pointillism in Art with a Scottish theme. We painted thistles, highland cows, and Saltires using cotton buds.
In writing we were writing factual reports about Living Things, Robert Burns or Confirmation. We were practising using generalising vocabulary such as all, many, lots, other and few. We were writing in paragraphs using sub-headings.
Hope you all have a nice weekend, have a guid Burns night and see you on Tuesday (for oor assembly!)
Happy New Year! It’s good to back at school. Two weeks off felt like a month…
This week we have been learning about Robert Burns to get ready for our assembly. We have been learning some of his poems; “To a Mouse”, “Up in the Morning Early” and “My Love is Like a Red, Red Rose” for this one we have been doing some acting. We also did some reading comprehension, finding out facts about Robert Burns.
In art we made oil pastel drawings of highland cows, linking Scots to our topic about living things.
In maths we have been doing function machines to practise our addition and subtraction strategies. It is fun and there is always more than 1 way to work out an answer!
We met Mrs Esamel this week, she read Room on the Broom in Scots to us (better than Mr Campbell!) We are looking forward to working with Mrss Esamel.
Hope you have a good weekend! Primary 4
In maths we have started working with fractions – we have been splitting a whole into equal parts making halves, quarters, sixths, eighths and thirds. We have also been practising working with times looking at quarter past and quarter to.
We got new reading books – The Lions have been reading “Building High” finding out all about scaffolding and how to put it together and how you make large structures. The Tigers have been learning about the inventor Thomas Edison – he invented the light bulb and phonograph!
In Drama with Miss Watt we did scavenger hunt looking for inventors and finding out who made what. The Wright made the first aeroplanes and Levi Strauss invented blue jeans.
We have made cards, posters and Christmas tree star decorations for the Christmas Fayre tomorrow. Hope to see you all there!
Happy Weekend! 🙂 Primary 4 x