Indi was primary 1As star of the week for always looking after her friends and taking the time ti help others.
Well done Indi!
Hope everyone has a lovely weekend!
Miss Munro 🙂
Primary 1A had a super time this afternoon making our own version of Scottish artist Steven Brown’s painting of the highland cow – Charlie McCoo.
We loved the use of bright, rainbow colours used in all of Steven Brown’s artwork and we couldn’t wait to try out our own!
What an amazing job Primary 1! 🙂
Please find attached a copy of the term 3 overview.
Please remember to return you child’s form regarding the parent evening at the end of this month, if you would like a meeting.
Any questions please do not hesitate to ask! 🙂
Miss Munro 🙂
Primary 1A have had a fantastic first week back at school!
I am so impressed with how hard they have all been working and how raring to go and full of beans they have all been since coming back to school on Monday.
I have loved having them all back in my classroom and it has been a joy to hear everything you have been getting up to over the Christmas break.
We have got a big and busy term ahead of us and we will be cramming lots of fun and exciting things in.
This we did a lot of talking about what we did in the holidays. We talked about Christmas day and we wrote thank you letters to Santa. We also talked about New Year and what that meant. To celebrate it being a new year we got very messy and made lovely new year fireworks using our hand prints!
We have also been making sure we still remember our phonics sounds from before the holidays so we played a game where we sorted lots of words into their initial sound group. I was so impressed with how well Primary 1 worked together to sound out each of the words. Very well done!
I hope you all have a lovely relaxed weekend and you do lots of things you love doing!
I will see you all bright eyed and bushy tailed on Monday morning!
Miss Munro 🙂
Primary 1A star of the week for our first week back is Tobi! Tobi has worked really hard all week on his word building and finding the numbers that go before and after up to 10.
Tobi has given super answers and ideas during all of our circle time discussion this week on being healthy and exercising, our new Scotland topic and when we talked about the stars in science!
He also spent time helping others in the class when he had finished his own work. 🙂
Well Done Tobi!
Primary 1A were so lucky today to have the Primary 7’s come and visit us to read their very own Christmas Stories. The Primary 7’s have been working so hard to write fantastic stories for today and the Primary 1’s absolutely loved them!
What a lovely way to round of the end of term!
Thanks again to all the Primary 7’s for your fabulous stories!
There are still a couple of children from primary 1A and 1B to return the last expressive arts learning pathway.
We ask if you could please have the learning pathway completed and returned to school by this coming Monday.
Miss Munro and Mrs McArthur.
Just a wee reminder that the Primary 1 Christmas Party will be this coming Wednesday in the afternoon.
Please remember to have your child bring the highlighted items of food detailed on the Christmas party letter that went home this week. If you could have the food in by Monday or Tuesday it would be very much appreciated.
The children are welcome to come to school dressed in their party outfit. However, if you would rather they can take a change of clothes in a bag to school and get changed in the classroom before hand or go home at lunch time to get ready at home. The choice is yours!
We are very much looking forward to it! 🙂
Miss Munro, Mrs McArthur and Mrs MacIver.