P7 Home Learning Grids

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School closure grid Week 1 23.3.20

School closure grid Week 2 30.3.20

Sciennes Book Detectives Roles

March- May 2020 Rock spelling words

March-May 2020 Paper spelling words

March- May 2020 Scissors spelling

Reading 23.03.20

If you have a book review that you would like posted on the blog Bookreviewpass, please send it to Ms French.You can also take a look at the blog to find out recommendations for books to read from current and former Sciennes Pupils.

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Shout Out To Our Lovely 7s

Dear Primary 7,  

We have been missing you and wanted to drop you a note to let you know we are thinking about you all.   We hope everyone got their learning packs.  Please get in touch with us if you need anything emailed or uploaded to the blog.

We are aware that this will be a time of high stress and anxiety for you and your families, but we also know how resilient and kind you are.  We feel confident that you can make up a timetable to help you plan your week and to help your family around the house.

Some advice:

·         Try to stick to a routine, where possible.

·         Share your plan for what you aim to do each day with your family.

·         Vary your activities, trying to work on different subjects throughout the week.

·         Keep active! There are many opportunities online if it is hard to get out including Joe Wick’s daily P.E. lesson on his You tube channel. 

·         Remember to monitor your feelings and think about strategies you can use to feel better if your feelings are affecting your mood. 

·         Keep in touch with your friends and try to include everyone.

·         Take a break if you are getting stuck and remember you can ask us for help.

·         Be kind to yourself and your family.  These are unusual circumstances and we are all learning how to handle them. 

Please feel free to contact us if you have any questions or need any resources. We are happy to hear from you. 

Keep well everyone. 

From the P7 team 

Minute to Win It

Primary 7 had fun today with a Minute to Win It Tournament. Events included, Tallest Tower, Cup Flip and Cotton Wool chop sticks. Here are some pics. Sorry to 7A, I forgot to take some during your session but we do have some pics from your playrite at the park to follow.

An afternoon tea in P7C

To say thank you to Miss Lavery, who finished her placement in P7 in January, P7C decided to organise an afternoon tea for her. On Monday the kiddies split into groups and took charge (with maybe a tiny bit of help). They made sandwiches, scones and brownies; all of which look fabulous.

This afternoon we were able to sit back, eat, drink and enjoy. I was very impressed with how the class organised themselves. They followed the recipes brilliantly and worked so well together.

A big thanks also to Maks and Ailsa who contributed additional homemade pancakes and cupcakes; such a lovely gesture.

We’ll miss having Miss Lavery in P7C and wish her all the best in the next part of her placement, in P1.