Category Archives: Primary 1

Welcome Back!

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Welcome back today to one and all!
We would like to welcome back all familiar faces to St Martin’s as well as some new faces that are joining our St Martin’s family.
A BIG welcome to Miss Gladman in Primary 3, Mr Conroy in Primary 6 and Miss Watt in Primary 7. I know that all of our pupils will make them feel welcomed into our St Martin’s family.

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Welcome Back!

Primary 1’s Spooktastic Week!

Our tickled pinks this week are:

  • My listening on the carpet is getting better Mrs Hayes – Ian
  • I can do ‘u, u, u’ umbrella and uncle but I need help with the kangaroo ‘k’ – Leyla
  • Making soup I chopped the pumpkin up with my friend like the duck in the story – Erin
  • Reading about Zelda Zebra and Gino Giraffe – Olivia

Our green for growths this week are:

  • Doing the ‘K’ sound on my own – Lily
  • I need help playing games in the playground – Romey
  • Helping my friends tidy up – Cairn
  • Making sure my volume bubble doesn’t burst when I’m at my table – Leon     

Children’s University CU Friday’s

I’ve attached a flyer promoting our next round of CU Fridays – Friday afternoon CU Learning Club at QMU – which run for 3 weeks from Friday 30th October 2015 to Friday 13th November 2015.

There are 20 places for QMU CU pupils and in order to book a place parents/guardians should email oce@qmu.ac.uk no later than 5pm on Friday 23rd October 2015.

I’d be most grateful if you could help us to raise awareness of the workshops by communicating the opportunity to Children’s University Families.

CU Friday’s Oct-Nov 2015 Programme

Primary 1’s week

Primary 1 Homework

Primary 1 Homework
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1. s handwriting practise worksheet
Our sound for this week is ‘s’ slither down the snake.
Complete the ‘s’ worksheet – practise writing the ‘s’ sound and colouring the ‘s’ words.
2. Number worksheet
Draw 1, 2, 3, 4 and 5 items in the circles provided.

Please encourage your child to write their own name at the top of the worksheet.
Many thanks,
Mrs Hayes.