At Queensferry Primary School we are well aware that P7-S1 transition can be a challenging and anxious time for our pupils so we will continue to do everything we can, within current restrictions, to make this important time go as smoothly as possible.
The children have been working on their World of Work profiles which are shared with the high school teaching team and identify their skills and attitudes towards learning.
Next week we will have a virtual meeting between our classes and QCHS Depute Head Ms Gordon at which the children can hear more about the school and ask any questions.
Please also remember that the high school website has a dedicated P7 Transition section here…> which contains more information and some FAQs.
A slightly different plan for this week, stay tuned to SeeSaw each morning and afternoon for a new activity, and plan your sports day stations for Thursday!
Something for fun!
Just a few examples of P6C’s work from SeeSaw so far! Very creative and fun to see, well done everyone.
Henry bridges a gap.
Rory has been getting physical with Isaac Newton.
Annabelle is the Princess of Whales.
Jamie’s reading den is an isolation step further!
Isla C challenges you to identify her close-up objects (Mr.C guessed two, failed two!)
Isla F share a positive message.
Georgina is doing enough exercise for the rest of us…
Good morning 🙂
We do miss you! Here’s a great link for this morning, Fischy Music will be sharing an assembly at 11am. Enjoy!
Don’t panic! Mrs Gallacher has taken the fish home to her house for a holiday until we can get back to school! Huge thanks (or tanks?) to her from all of us!
Morning Primary 4! I hope we are all ready for a week of learning from home. This will be very different for us all, but we hope that this is something new and exciting and that you will all work as hard as you do when you are in class with us. Remember if you don’t manage this, don’t worry! All we want is for you to happy and healthy.
If you cannot access SeeSaw, please email your class teacher and they will give you more instructions.
Our timetable for the week is…
|Monday||Literacy – spelling 23/03/20
Look, cover, write, check
Sentences and an activity
|Maths – Fractions
Design worksheet in Numeracy pack (24)
Half and quarters – poster
|PE – look at your PE grid. You could also have a look at some exercise Youtube videos
Health and Wellbeing – create a poster of how you might help at home or how you can be kind to others at home
|Tuesday||Writing – Viking Storm at Sea using a picture stimulus||Maths – Fractions
Create your own fractions worksheet using shapes and numbers. Why not send it to your teacher to complete or test someone at home.
|Art – Illustrate your writing “storm at sea” from earlier today. Use what you have at home.
Technology – can you get familiar with SeeSaw and upload your favourite piece of work from the day.
|Wednesday||Literature Circle – finish or re read as much as you can of your book and complete your fact finder task in your literature circles workbook (this is your final task in your book you’ve previously been completing)
|Numeracy – Place Value
Complete second page in numeracy book (2)
Complete first page in numeracy book (4- circles group)
|French –Watch and learn French songs about colours and numbers
|Thursday||Literature Circles – reading will be set for each group on SeeSaw
Mrs Grants group – find five facts from your book
|Numeracy – Place Value.
Choose a 3 or 4 digit number and tell us everything you know about it.
|Science – See science grid
Topic – Learn about Viking runes and write your name in runes (in learning pack)
|Friday||Literacy – Grammar. Contractions worksheet.
Mrs Grants group – choose an activity from your pack.
|Numeracy – Practice times tables using online games (topmarks etc. ) You could also complete the first page in your times table book.||Lets Get physical – Select a move it activity.
Technology – design a Viking weapon.