For Internet Safety week, P4a watched a video clip about internet safety, discussed different ways of being safe online, and what rules to follow. They then made ‘rules’ posters explaining this.
P4a were creating playscripts from a nursery rhyme. They were writing a script of Little Red Riding Hood to hopefully perform!
Following our topic about rivers and flooding the children created models of flood defences to test. We chose different methods to hold back some flood waters, discussed them, then flooded them. Great fun and not too much spillage! Here are some of our models.
P4a made clown faces with spinning bow ties! The children learned how to create a working electrical circuit by making noses light up and spin their ties!
Spelling homework has been handed out for Primary 4. As mentioned during the Meet the Teacher event, we have changed the style of homework for this session. The children have been given a homework jotter and a list of common words to practise. The common words are individualised for the children’s spelling level. As part of the activities, we have asked the children to practise these words at least five times on the sheet stuck into the jotter. Alongside this, we have also asked for one sentence per word and any other spelling activities they would like to do for extra practise.
If you have any questions about the new homework system please feel free to contact Mr Inglis.