P6 have been working very hard this week. They have completed an art assessment which has focussed on “Street Art” and I have to admit, I have some very talented artists in my class. With Christmas in the air, P6 are fairly excited. I look forward to parents who can come on Friday next week.
An end to another busy week. P6A thoroughly enjoyed “Children in Need” on Friday. Some excellent make up and many thanks to P6A for their donations too.
Just a reminder to parents that on Wednesday 13 November, P6 will be going to the Vue cinema. The pupils are excited as one can expect. There are some payments not yet received, so if possible, please make payments (£2) early next week. Enjoy the rest of your weekend.
P6 have been learning how to stay safe on the road while cycling.
Primary 6 – Learning Overview
We have had a fabulous start to the term!
Here is our Learning Overview for the coming term.
Please ask if you have any questions and, as always, thank you very much for all your support.
Congratulations to our winners! Book tokens to spend at the Book Fair are being shared out to some very keen readers!
Emily and Lauren from Pr 6/7 – playing squash
Clara Pr 3 – up a tree
Roddy Pr 3 – brushing his teeth in the shower
Ava Pr 6 – at her Judo class
Thank you to everyone who took part.
BOOKFAIR OPENS TODAY. Use your World Book Day Token and enjoy a great story.
The Digital Dynamos pupil group would like to invite all parents/carers to their ‘Collaborating with Chromebooks’ Information Evening on Wednesday 27th March from 6-7pm in our school gym hall.
The Digital Dynamos will be presenting throughout the evening and everyone will get a chance to use, learn and play with our new Chromebooks and Chromebook tablets, as well as other mobile devices we have available at school. More details are intended to follow regarding this exciting family learning event!
It has become apparent in a number of classes across the school, that there has been a significant amount of discussion regarding the ‘Momo Challenge’. As a school, we are keen to promote digital safety and encourage our pupils to stay safe whilst online, at both school and home, by making responsible choices. This also encompasses our core values as a school and we therefore try to promote and encourage our pupils to share concerns and be responsible in their online usage.
Many parents/carers may already be fully aware from national media coverage that this is a challenge presented on certain social media outlets that many of our children use frequently.
We are always working hard to ensure online safety, and in light of current topics in the media we have attached some parent information as support below for you to peruse:
We hope you find all of this information useful in supporting your children and all our pupils and ultimately keeping them safe online.
The Lochardil Team.
Celebrate World Book Day on March 7th with a new book from the Scholastic Book fair.
March 6th – 11th. Books are in the open area outside Room 10.
Pupils can buy books through the day or after school until 3.15.
COMPETITION TIME! Win a £5 book token to use at the Book Fair. Bring in a photo of yourself reading a book. Prizes go the most unusual location/place/idea!
Entries to the office by Tuesday 5th March. Have fun reading out and about or even upside down!
Just to let you know we have been able accommodate all requested tickets that have been previous asked for, for our performance tomorrow . At this point we are expecting a full house so will not be able to accommodate any further ticket requests. We will not be handing out paper tickets so please just come along for a prompt start at 2:15pm and enjoy the performance . If children have been given permission, they will be able to be dismissed from the CCC. If we have not received permission, children will return to school for around 3:15.
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.
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
P6 – Personal Projects
Welcome back everyone!! It was lovely to see everyone back and refreshed after the holidays. I hope you all enjoyed them!
Today, a letter went home with information about our topic homework for this term. The children have been asked to create a personal project on a charity of their choice. It can be any registered charity. This week the children have been asked to look at different charities at home and choose which one they will complete their project on. I have asked them to let me know on Friday which charity they have selected.
Please get in touch if you have any questions.
Primary 6 Learning Overview – Term 1
Here is the overview for Primary 6 for this term.
Please get in touch if you have any questions.
Our first week in Primary 6!
Congratulations to all of P6 who are all ‘Stars of the Week!’ Everyone has settled in really well to a new class and a new school year and we have had a fabulous first week back.
Here are some of our highlights:
“I enjoyed writing about my holidays.” (Ryan)
“I enjoyed learning about drumming. The rock music was great!” (James)
“I enjoyed doing mental maths and learning ways to add quickly.” (Josh)
“I enjoyed doing fitness in PE.” (Alice)
“I enjoyed learning about adjective phrases.” (Charlotte)
“It’s been great being in a new class with new friends. Everyone has been really nice and kind.” (Harry Y and Ewan)