Primary 1b

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Miss Louise Wilson

P1b really enjoyed participating in Global School Play Day 2019. They had great fun playing with the Loose Parts with their P7 buddies, having more free play in the classroom and sharing with their friends games and toys they had brought in from home.

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As part of our Five Senses topic, we were lucky enough to have a visit from two specialists in the Deaf Team. We got to try on goggles that showed us what it was like to  experience different types of visual impairment and handle Braille books. Gail showed us a model of the inside of our ear and we got to try out different hearing aids, and Carol taught us some British Sign Language. It was a very interesting morning and we all really enjoyed this hands on experience. A big thank you to Gail and Carol!

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P1 and P7 had great fun taking part in our Burns Buddy Ceilidh. They danced the Gay Gordons, Two Step, Canadian Barn Dance and Orcadian Strip the Willow.

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Homework 28.01.19

P1b are learning all about ‘The Five Senses’, and had lots of fun exploring their sense of touch on their sensory walk. They had to walk through trays of dry lentils, sand, cold water, water beads, shaving foam and warm water.

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P1 Newsletter January 2019

Homework 14.01.19

We’re already halfway  through P1, and we already know 16 initial sounds, 4 tricky words and some lovely cursive handwriting!

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Homework 3.12.18

Homework 19.11.18

P1 Newsletter Term 2

After lots of fun turning our role play area into a ‘Pizza Café’, P1b got to be real pizza chefs for the afternoon and make their own pitta pizzas. There was a variety of healthy toppings to choose from, including spinach, rocket, olives, tomatoes, peppers, sweetcorn and pineapple, and some children liked trying something new. The best bit was definitely getting to eat the pizza afterwards!

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Homework 23.10.18