We have made it to the last term of Primary School!
The count down is on until P7 leave for the Academy, but we still have lots to get through!
This term P7 have been learning about the dangers and consequences of Knife Crime. We are currently undergoing a FUNstem topic based on careers in the renewable energy industry. This will conclude with a celebration event at Oldmachar with all the other P7s from the ASG..
Later in the term we will be studying Living and Growing, substance and alcohol abuse and will be looking ahead to what we would like to do in the future.
In Numeracy, we have been learning about algebra and integers, and are currently working on money. Next we will be moving on to shape work. We will also continue to work on our problem solving skills.
Our novel study currently is ‘Wonder’. We are all enjoying this book and exploring the interesting messages that go with it. In writing we are currently writing our P7 profiles, and will move on to some story writing before the end of term.
Lots of the P7s are heading to Dalguise at the end of term and there will be a parents information evening coming up. On the last week we will invite all P7 parents in for our final Assembly!
14-18th May- Reading for enjoyment week
16th & 17th May – Parents Evenings
Friday 25th May – FUNstem celebration day at Oldmachar
Monday 28th May – Sports Day
Saturday 9th June – Summer Fayre
21st &22nd June – Oldmachar Visit Days
25th – 29th June – Dalguise
Last week (day tbc)- Leavers Assembly
PE is still every Monday morning – please remember your kit.
Library- we visit the library on Tuesday mornings. Remember to bring your book please.
Homework is still due in on a Thursday. This usually consists of Spelling and Maths. This should be completed in your homework jotter and handed in on time.
Reading Passports are also due in every Thursday and should be kept up to date.
I would again ask that every pupil brings a water bottle to school filled with water every day.
Can parents please ensure their children are coming to school fully equipped as some pupils are still regularly coming to school without a pencil.
Thank you for your continued support,