CLIC w_b 09-02-2015

Our Big Maths Targets this week are as follows:

CCountingSaying Numbers in order: I can count to 100

LLearn It’s: 9+2=11

IIt’s Nothing New: Doubling and Halving: I can double 2 digit multiples of 10

C– Calculations: (Addition) I can solve a number sentence

Source: Primary 1/2

Our Shining Star – Ellie!

Ellie is our star of the week for trying hard in all activities.

We think Ellie is….

nice, kind, spectacular, amazing, sharing and helpful, fandabbydozy, funny, astonishing, outstanding, a good friend, a star, extraordinary, smart, bright, elegant, the best friend you could have, fantastic, playful, wonderful, intelligent, cool, dazzling, blazing

and a shooting star!

 

 

Source: Primary 4/5

Big Maths targets

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Our Big Maths Targets this week are as follows:

C– Counting: Ordering numbers from smallest to largest and largest to smallest

L– Learn It: 5+5=10

I – It’s Nothing New: Counting on 1 and counting back 1

C– Calculations: I can read an addition sum

 

Source: Primary 1

Week Beginning 09.02.15

 

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Gym – Monday and Friday.

Handwriting – This week we will be practising the letters qu and i

Handwriting Homework – Tuesday and Thursday

Common words – This week we will be making, reading and writing the words for and from.

Please help your child to practise reading the common words by using the words in their word pots to play games and test their word recognition skills. Lots of the common words can’t be sounded out so the children need to be encouraged to look at the shape of the whole word and use letters to help them. Please practise the words on the common word wall (found in their Home School Book). See if your child can match the words in their pot with the ones on the wall and then help them to try and read them. If the words are ticked they were able to read them in class.

Reading – Your child will get either a reading book or a reading activity on Monday and Wednesday this week. Please encourage your child to read these as often as possible, sounding out the letters (for example, c-a-t) and then blending them together to say the word (cat).

Maths – We are continuing to work on the concept of addition and will be practising the addition facts for 7 and 8. Correct number formation of numbers 0-10 is also a key focus for us as well as counting on and back from 0-20. Please encourage your child to practise these numbers at home.

Our Big Maths Targets this week are as follows:

C– Counting: Ordering numbers from smallest to largest and largest to smallest

L– Learn It: 5+5=10

I – It’s Nothing New: Counting on 1 and counting back 1

C– Calculations: I can read an addition sum

Topic – This week we will be continuing our topic – My World. We will be thinking about ourselves focussing particularly on our teeth and we will also be investigating our houses and homes.

Source: Primary 1

Road Safety workshop

On Thursday afternoon we had a workshop on Road Safety. The workshop sought to raise awareness among our P7 pupils of the importance of being sensible and to not let ourselves be distracted when crossing the road. The workshop was educational and everyone seemed to enjoy it. Here are some comments the pupils made after the workshop.

Good messages about safety – Olivia.

I like that it had a serious message but it was a fun show – Ryan F.

Fun and enjoyable -I’d like to see more – Eden

 

 

Source: Primary 7

Have You Found Us…?

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Source: Primary 2/3

Pupil of the week

Rebecca Davidson is our pupil of the week. Rebecca’s behaviour in class is excellent at all times. She listens very well when being taught and always tries her best in all areas of the curriculum.

Source: Primary 7

CLIC sessions 9/2/15

C – counting in 2000’s and fifth’s and rounding 2dp numbers to nearest whole number

L – multiplying 1d x 3d numbers and dividing with no remainders outwith times tables

I – multiplying whole numbers by 100 and halving 3d numbers

C – adding 1dp numbers and subtracting 3d numbers as money

Source: Primary 7