Primary 7 Stress Relieving Colouring Book (click the link to download).

Primary 7 have been putting the finishing touches to their colouring book. They had so many images that they had to create two separate booklets. They each contain 30 creative drawings for you to colour. They hope that when colouring your stress levels are reduced and you can relax.

Congratulations to Eva Tai and Charlotte Thomson, their front covers were voted by their peers and the P7 teachers.

Some examples. . .

Hello Primary 7,

We hope that you had a productive first week back after the holiday.  Thank you so much for getting yourself onto Teams and for having a go at the quiz.  We still have a few people to get their account details and then we will all be good to go.

To help you to look over your Week 3 tasks, Ms McGrouther, Mr Mitchell and I have each completed one of the tasks from last week.   These examples will give you an idea of what we were looking for, and what a completed task might look like.

If you’re finding anything tricky or have any questions, please don’t hesitate to contact us. You have our emails on your paper copies of the learning grids and if you have your outlook account now, you can ask questions on Teams.  It has been lovely to see you helping each other as well as us answering your questions.

Your teacher will also set a new challenge for you on Sumdog.

Keep looking out for interesting topics to learn about on the BBC who are offering daily lessons in different subject areas.  We have set 2 of the BBC Bitesize tasks on the learning grids for this week.

You will be assigned 2 of the tasks from the grid on Teams this week and we will give you feedback on these when you hand them in.  If you aren’t yet on Teams, the information is also on the grid on the blog and you can email them to us.

Stay lovely!

-Ms French

World War II themed 24 hour clock problems

WW2 24 hr clock pg 1

WW2 24 hr clock pg 2

 

 

Health and Wellbeing Exercise Task

Activity Plan

Benefits of exercise

 

 

anderson shelter creative piece

 

Reading

Please check your reading for this Week Beginning 24.4.20

P7A- updated for Week 4

Lions – War Horse – read up to pg 79 to chapter 12

Stormbreakers – Darkside – read up to chapter 7 to chapter 9

The Seekers –  Five Children – read up to chapter 9 to chapter 11

Shadowmancers – read up to page 150

 

P7B – updated for Week  6 11/05/2020

Please read Chapters 16-18 inclusive.

 

P7C- updated for Week 4

Ravenclaw- Skellig – pg 113-end

Hufflepuff- Wildsong- pg 148-end

Slytherin- Knightly & Son- pg 147-205

Gryffindor- Pippi Longstocking pg 130-166

 

Please complete the assigned reading set for you by your teacher. When you have finished, complete the Reading Detectives task outlined on the grid then continue to read a book of your choice at your leisure.

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.