In PE we have been working on our dribbling skills. The main focus has been on control and spacial awareness. We are getting really good!
An insight into Primary 4s learning..
We have been using VCOP to up level our writing. The focus for our imaginative stories was sentence openers. We worked really hard to make sure that we use a variety of sentence openers to make our stories more interesting.
One of the highlights of our Mary Queen of Scots topic has been holding a mock court case over the murder of Lord Darnley.
In maths we have been learning about money. We set up a role play shop to help us with our understanding of calculating change.
We are delighted to share that Lochardil has received the most number of tokens in the recent round of the TESCO Community Awards Bags for Life Scheme. Our Wise About Waste application should now be more achievable and we look forward to using the money (£4,000) effectively.
A big thank you to everyone who supported us.
Our first week back at school was a very busy and exciting one. P4 have been extremely hard working and enthusiastic about their learning this term.
We are continuing to use class dojo which P4 are extremely motivated by. We have now made table groups and will be rewarded in groups for team work.
Our topic this term is Mary Queen of Scots. The children have shown a very high level of engagement with our lessons this week. We enjoyed discussing Mary’s early life and learning about other significant individuals from the past related to Mary.
In literacy, we have been looking at the layout of a letter. We wrote thank you letters to Santa for our gifts.
We also completed a movie comparison on Billionaire Boy. We identified lots of differences between the book and movie, including an important character missing from the movie!
In maths we revised the properties of 3D shapes and have been working hard at reading and writing the time on both analogue and digital clocks.
We are going to be doing problem solving weekly this term. Here is a peek at today’s task
I hope you all have a lovely weekend and look forward to another busy week again next week.
Just a quick reminder, the children will be receiving their Christmas dinners in the dining hall for lunch tomorrow if they have ordered them and all children and staff are encouraged to wear their finest Christmas jumpers if they so wish! Please do not go out to buy a jumper especially for the occasion, it is the company and the wonderful atmosphere that we are all looking forward to tomorrow!
Many thanks, The Lochardil Team
I can’t believe that’s another week over already! We have had a very busy week. In maths we are continuing with long division. We found this quite tricky to begin with but with lots of practice we are getting there!
We went to the cinema this week to see The Giant Pear which everyone really enjoyed. There were a lot of sore legs after the walk back and some very tired children in the afternoon!
In PE we have been learning the skills required to perform a chest and bounce pass. We enjoyed practising different drills and will be using our new skills in a game next week.
Dress down Friday was a success and we even had the real life Pudsey in our class 🙂
I hope you all have a wonderful weekend and look forward to seeing you all on Monday.
Miss Graham 🙂
Attached is a copy of the learning that will take place in term 2.
Please get in touch with me if you have any questions.
P4 Learning overview Term 1
Welcome to our Primary 4 blog.
What a fantastic week it has been getting to know all the children! We have taken part in a variety of team building activities to get to know our peers. We have also worked hard on creating our class charter so that we can ensure our class is a happy and safe place.
Our PE days will be a Tuesday and Thursday.
I will post an update next week with an overview of what we will be learning this term as well as information about class rewards and opportunities.
Most of the parents/carers are linked up to our class Dojo now which is great! If you have any questions please feel free to message me during school times. I will also be around in the playground at the end of each day so feel free to catch me then.
I hope everyone has a wonderful weekend and I look forward to seeing the children back on Monday 🙂