P3 Read, Write, Count

Your child will have received a Read, Write, Count bag today in school. We had lots of fun exploring these this week and hope this Sway will give you some more ideas of how to use the bag!

P3 Read, Write, Count 19th November 2021
Your child will have come home with a Read, Write, Count bag today. These bags are kindly gifted by the Scottish Government for every Primary 3 child in Scotland. As a class, we have spent …
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P3 Learning

We have been exploring 2D shapes and 3D objects in class over the past few weeks. The following game can be used to guess the name of the hidden shape: https://www.ictgames.com/mobilePage/shiftingShapes/index.html

Also, we have examined how different shapes fit together to make different patterns. In class, we made our own tiling patterns by drawing around shapes. This weblink also allows learners the opportunity to make their own tiling patterns: https://apps.mathlearningcenter.org/pattern-shapes/

In spelling, we have been further exploring different spelling patterns including those with long vowel patterns. Forest Phonics is a useful online game which reinforces the spelling of words with the sounds we are covering in class. https://www.ictgames.com/mobilePage/forestPhonics/index.html

P2 Useful Websites

Here are some useful websites which can be used at home to reinforce the learning from school.

Helicopter Rescue – Mental Maths for 4 to 8 Year Olds (topmarks.co.uk)

Place Value Basketball – Dienes Game for 5 to 8 Year Olds (topmarks.co.uk)

Toy Shop Money Game (GBP) – Topmarks

Tommy’s Trek – Times Tables – Mathsframe

Teach Your Monster to Read: Free Phonics & Reading Game   This is the website which is free but there is an app we use in school which costs a few pounds.

P3 2021/22 Term 2

Welcome back to P3 Term 2. We hope you all enjoyed your October break!

This term our topic will be “Amazing Me!” We will focus on learning all about the human body. Here is a copy of our term plan which provides further details about the learning we will cover:

Here are some websites that you might enjoy exploring:

Build A Skeleton | Discover Dairy





Mr Glass will be teaching P3 P.E. every Monday and Friday. These lessons will take place indoors and your child should come dressed appropriately. We are asking the children to come to school in a more relaxed school uniform on the two days that they will now have PE.   This means that the children should come to school in their school sweatshirt/cardigan and underneath they should have a t-shirt which can be worn for PE.   For bottoms – leggings or joggers are fine (with shorts underneath if this is best for your child).All children should change in to indoor shoes which can be worn in the classroom and in the gym hall.   The best shoes for this are black plimsolls (rubbers).   If changing to indoor trainers, then these should be white soled.

If you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to contact us:




Squirrel Trail

Good afternoon everyone

Here are all of the details you will need to follow Primary 2’s Squirrel Trail.

Attached is the map of South Queensferry, which you can follow, telling you where the squirrels might be.

Please mark off each squirrel you find, using the key with pictures of squirrels to help identify them.

If you haven’t already seen it, please watch our video showing how the squirrels were made. See the link below:

Happy hunting 🙂

Team P2

P3 Meet the Teacher

Thank you very much for joining us last week to learn a little bit more about Primary 3. It was great to have so many of you online. We appreciate that a lot information was shared and not all of you could make it so we have put everything together in a Sway for you to click through. We have also included some questions that were asked along with a video of your child’s classroom. Please don’t hesitate to contact us with any other questions or queries.

P3 Meet the Teacher
Thank you for attending our P3 Meet the Teacher last week. We know that some of you couldn’t attend so we thought we’d upload this Sway on the website for you to refer back to.
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Miss Innes, Miss Simpson and Miss Hendry