Category Archives: Class Blogs 2018-2019

Instigate Positivity P5/6

Today we were talking about anti bullying week. Some children identified that a lot of people get bullied for the way they look, features and differences they have. We discussed how we are all unique and spread some positivity by sharing what we like about our bodies. Can you guess what everyone likes about themselves ? Some comments included: 

“I like my big brain because it helps me be smart “ 

“I like my feet because they help me play sports” 

“I like my eyes because they are different colours.”

“I like my heart because it’s kind and gives me life.” 

#bodypositivity #antibullying #unique #Differentisgood

P2 Wednesday 14th

What a busy day we had today! Here are the pupils working hard at their creations this afternoon.

We listened to our songs for the nativity and decided who would like to stand up before the audience and speak. Parts are not finalised yet and as some children will have quite a lot to say I think we may have to give out more speaking roles!

Friday 16th of November Cinema Trips and Dress Down Day

Good Morning!

We have had a lot of parents asking across p1A, P1B, P1/2, P2/3 and P3 regarding what the children should be wearing on the cinema trip this Friday.

As it is Children in  Need this Friday the school is having a dress down day to support the charity – where you will bring £1 to school as a donation.

We are happy for the children who are attending the cinema in the morning to also show their support for Children in Need by dressing down. The children will be wearing their high vis vests over their clothes for the trip so there is no need for them to also have a Lochardil jumper.

Please come dressed down on Friday with your £1 donation! We are very much looking forward to our cinema trip. 🙂

 

Miss Munro

P5/6 Sum Dog Success

Mrs Kellacher received a letter from Sum Dog today to congratulate our school on taking part in the Sum Dog maths week challenge ,before the holidays, with Lochardil pupils answering more than 5000 questions with an average accuracy of over 85%.
We are very proud to announce that P5/6 were the class with the highest score in our school. Keep up the good work!

P2 Maths Homework

This week, we are sending home the Sumdog login details for you to access Sumdog at home. Your homework is to play a little Sumdog at home. The letter  with the login details is in the maths homework jotters and will be sent home on Tuesday.

Primary 1A Forest School.

In order to make sure that the Primary 1’s are ready to leave for forest school as soon as possible on Tuesday, we would ask that your child is at school and lined up for the first bell at 10 to 9. The children will come into the classroom slightly earlier than usual so we can make sure that we are ready to go for forest school.

Many Thanks!

Miss M 🙂

P2/3 Remembrance Day

9/11/18

Today we enjoyed hearing from Lily, Abigail and Harvey from our class about another uniform they wear and why.  Rory, Chelsea and Orin from P7 joined us to share why they wear their uniforms. We heard about World war 1 from P5 and P6/7 at assembly and every boy and girl in our school made a poppy that is displayed outside in the playground.

Remembrance Assembly and Poppy Display

We have been learning about WW1 for Remembrance Day . We did an assembly about it. And we did the poppy display for the school and we made some of them.  We made the poppies from plastic bottles. In school we made acrostic poems with the word POPPIES. And for maths we have been doing measurement and we measured the corridor with meter sticks and trundle wheels. (by Elsie and James).

Primary 1B 9/11/18

Some photographs from the first two weeks of Term 2, in Primary 1B.

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Pr 7 9.11.18

Some of the pupils came in their uniforms today. This was as part of Remembrance Day.

We had  a Space Junk workshop at World of Work and programmed lego models which could collect “junk”. We watched  a short film about Clyde Space, a space technology company near Glasgow, who make satellites which weigh only 4 kg. Thank you to our parent helper.