Please see the presentation below for our thank you message for all the food donations from Lochardil Larder!
We have had great fun in PE this week! We have been learning about our heart and about exercises which can strengthen our muscles!
We have been learning that our spelling words are all adjectives and we have been creating fun sentences with our spelling words to help us remember what they all mean, and what they might be describing!
We have raised a fabulous £533 for Children in Need so far!!! Well done to all of P5 for organising such fun activities today! It was so lovely to see the whole school on our live virtual quiz too! I am so proud of the boys and girls who were such fabulous question masters! Well done everyone! You are all my Stars of the Week this week!!
Thank you to you all for you kind and generous donations!
Thank you so much to everyone who has donated to the Blythswood Shoebox Appeal! Thanks to your kindness and generosity we have collected 61 boxes along with donations of money and gifts. It is really appreciated!
This Friday is the big fundraising show for Children in Need and Primary 5 have been working hard to help everyone take part safely and have lots of fun while raising money for this great cause!
This Friday will be a Dress Down Day. This year’s CiN theme is ‘Wear Yellow’ but any dress down clothing is fine!
The activities, which have been organised by Primary 5, will take place virtually within your child’s classsroom.
We are not charging specified amounts for taking part in either the Dress Down Day, or the activities. Any donations would be greatly appreciated though! Please hand in all donations to school on, or before, Friday the 13th of November. Thank you very much!
From Primary 5 and Miss MacArthur!
We have been learning all about the work of Poppy Scotland this week. We had fun learning about the effect of light and colour while creating poppy artwork too!
Congratulations to Rebecca! She is our Star of the Week for her fabulous maths work! She is incredibly motivated and always challenges herself! Well done Rebecca!
We made Blythswood boxes in school for the Blythswood Appeal! We have learned that there are children (and adults too!) in Eastern Europe who do not have things that we would call necessary, so we wanted to help make Christmas special for them this year. We also made cards for the boys and girls who would be receiving our presents too.
Thank you to all of you who donated a shoebox for the appeal, and to all of you who donated gifts for the appeal too. It is much appreciated! Blythswood are coming to collect them all on Monday.
A huge thank you to all of you who have donated to the Blythswood Showbox Appeal.
Please can we have all donations in by tomorrow. We are very grateful for any donations, whether it is a filled shoebox or items that can be included in a shoebox.
From P5 and Miss MacArthur
Happy Halloween everyone!
We had a fabulous dress down/dress up day today. Thank you so much to everyone who kindly donated to the foodbank. Your kind donations will be used to help and support families in our local community. We had a great time completing Halloween problem solving activities, multiplication problems, writing spooky Halloween poems (with impressive use of adjectives) and creating our own Halloween dances today! It was great fun!
Congratulations to Caitlin! She is our Star of the Week for her fabulous and speedy times tables work! Well done Caitlin! You always work so hard and we are very proud of you!
This week, we had a video phone call from Elma Mackay from Blythswood! We learned all about the work of the Blythswood shoebox appeal, the Foodbank and the Daniel Centre. We learned that Elma loves tennis, macaroni and Indian food too!
Blythswood Shoebox Appeal
Primary 5 are organising this year’s Blythswood Shoebox Appeal!
The Blythswood Shoebox appeal helps make Christmas a special time to those in need.
You have been given a leaflet, which tells you all about the Blythswood Shoebox appeal, how to make your shoebox and a checklist of things to include.
There are extra leaflets available at the office for anyone who needs.
We would be very grateful for any donations of filled shoeboxes, or any items which could help to fill a shoebox.
Please hand in all items and shoeboxes by Friday the 6th of November.
Thank you very much!
Love from Primary 5!
We have been learning ways in which to manage our emotions and choosing ones which suit us!
We have been learning that CS Lewis was a Christian and many of his books were inspired by stories from the bible! Here are the characters from the bible who are represented in The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe!
We have finished our posters about our beliefs and we are very proud of them! We have been exploring our own beliefs and learning to respect the beliefs of others.
We are very proud of our ‘the Lion, the Witch and the wardrobe!’ display!
Congratulations to Sarah and Lily! They are our Star Writers for their fabulous biographies about CS Lewis!
Their biographies contained brilliant facts, written in their own words! They were also written in chronological order and in formal language! Well done girls!
Congratulations to Sarah and Ava! They are our Stars of the Weeks for their fabulous detailed artwork! Because it was so detailed, it look them a long time and it was hard work, but they stuck at it and the results were fabulous! Well done girls!
We took part in Ness Book Fest ‘The Big Read!’
We have been exploring our own beliefs and learning to respect the beliefs of others.
Congratulations to Rebecca! She was our Star of the Week for her fabulous maths work! I was so impressed by the fact that she never gave up, even when parts of it got tricky! Well done Rebecca! You should feel very proud of yourself!
Well done Clara!
Clara is our Star of the Week for her fabulous descriptive writing! We were writing our own versions of the story ‘The King is the Fishes,’ and Clara used amazing similes and adjective phrases to describe her characters and setting. She did a great job of describing her characters emotions too! Well done Clara!
We have been working hard at developing our knowledge of place value in P5! We were partitioning numbers outside, using outdoor materials and practising number patterns. Well done boys and girls! Your work was fabulous!
Congratulations to Rohan! He is our Star of the Week (11.09.20) for his fabulous maths work this week! He put in so much hard work and effort into rounding numbers to the nearest 10 and 100! He didn’t give up, even when it got tricky! Well done Rohan! You should be very proud of yourself!
We are loving our class novel ‘The Lion the Witch and the Wardrobe!’
We are desperate to find out whether Peter, Susan and Lucy will make it safely to the stone table to meet Aslan! We are also very excited to find out what happens to Edmund as he enters the White Witch’s house!
We have been creating the magical world of Narnia in our classroom! The forest is looking great and we had so much fun making it! Well done boys and girls!
We are very proud of our finished emotion portraits! We learned that colours are linked to our emotions.
Congratulations to Sarah, who was our Star of the Week 04.09.20 for her fabulous reading work! She worked hard to read new and unfamiliar words in her new reading book! Well done Sarah! You have done brilliantly!
It has been brilliant being back! We have had such a lovely week. This week we have been writing poems, practising place value, reading and getting creative with emotions artwork. We discussed how colours are linked to our emotions and chose the colours in our artwork as a result. They look great! We also created our Classroom Charter to make our classroom a fabulous place to learn in!
Congratulations to Emilia! She is our Star of the Week for being so kind, caring and such a great friend! We will miss you very much, but we know your new school will be great too! Good luck!