Please find above , a summary of the day and some feedback from last week’s ELC Youth Summit
In P4, we have been looking at the different passengers that were on the Titanic, and how social class made a big difference to the conditions that people experienced on board the Titanic.
In groups, P4 researched using books and online to find out about a social class and presented to the rest of the class.
They looks AMAZING!
Good morning everyone!
Hope you are all safe and warm! Your teachers have been working hard during these snow days to plan some fantastic learning for you , so hopefully we will be seeing you all on Monday.
P4-7 – hope you are doing lots of lovely reading – remember to use ARbookfinder online to check if a book is on AR.
p1-3 – carry on with any reading book you have or enjoy a comic or magazine.
We do hope you have been getting creative in the snow – send us your photos so we can put them on our blog!
Take care everyone.
Mrs G 🙂
Good morning P4,
I hope you are enjoying the snow! ⛄️ But here are some learning activities you can do at home while you are off:
- Read! 📚It is still World Book Day so grab a book and read it under a cosy blanket!
- Spelling!🔡 Try to spell your words in the snow ❄ and bring in a picture.
- Maths! 💷Plan your make £5 Grow sheet.
- Numeracy!🔢 Can you write your tables in the snow? Challenge yourself!
- Writing! 📝Write a diary, letter or comic strip about what you are doing on the snow days to share in class.
- Titanic! 🚢Why not do some research? Build it in the snow?
Looking forward to seeing you when the school opens and hearing all about what you got up to.
Miss Lockhart 😊
P4 got stuck in to their new topic today and raised Titanic from her watery grave.
They received a TOP SECRET letter asking them to build the Titanic.
We needed to work in a team to recreate our section of the ship; researching and designing altogether. We took on a role and responsibility and problem solved to create a spectacular image of ‘The Unsinkable Ship’.
I wonder what our next mission will be…
P4 had a great time today learning drama with David Ross from East Lothian Youth Theatre.
We learned skills in mime, movement and listening. It was an active afternoon full of fun and teamwork!
Thank you to David for helping us today and well done to P4 for being great performers and listeners!
Some P4s and P5s have been coming along to a weekly coding club!
We have been coding with Scratch – some of us learning the basics and others are showing off their skills and teaching everyone else!
Here are some snaps from this evening (we even had a visit from Mrs G!)
P4 had lots of fun doing some outdoor learning at SmeatonEstate today!
We discovered all about food chains and sorted lots of local living things into groups. We then scavenged for natural objects learning all about their purpose – especially the fungi that grows on sycamore leaves.
We also used our maths and science skills to measure trees – just using our bodies!
Here are some of the photos from our day out: