Wednesday and Friday pm
All our homework is on Teams this year. Pupils have Accelerated Reading books sent home and can also access Times Table Rockstars at home as well to aid multiplication and division.
Class news reports
News report by Darley-Jo and Lacey on Monday 17th May 2021
Darley-Jo and Lacey asked P7: "What have you been learning?"
P7 have been finishing our topic on WW2. We have learned about evacuation, the home front, rationing, the Blitz and much more. We created our own 'Clydebank' with our own characters, job and families. Some of us were evacuated, some of us were sent to war and some of us had to stay and support the war effort by doing jobs.
News report by Nathan and Kai on Monday 9th November 2020
Nathan and Kai asked P7: "What have you been learning?"
P7 have just finished our America topic. To finish we looked at American culture such as music and in particular looked at American Football. We wrote a report on it. We have also been looking more at our Emotions through emotion works. This week we are creating safety videos for P1 and P2 based on Bonfire Night.
Nathan and Kai asked Joseph: "What have you been learning?"
We have been doing multiplication and division in maths.
Nathan and Kai asked Scarlett: "What have you been learning?"
We have been learning some Spanish this block and next.
News report by Darley-Jo and Lacey on Monday 14th September 2020
Darley-Jo and Lacey asked P7: "What have you been learning about?"
Primary Seven have been learning about America. So far we have learned how it was founded, about Native Americans and the Civil Rights movement. We are reading a novel called Divided City about sectarianism and racism in Glasgow.
Darley-Jo and Lacey asked Rowan: "What have you learned about?"
We have learned about racism and Black Lives Matter and created posters and written reports about this. We have also been doing some art.
Darley-Jo and Lacey asked Rio: "WHAT HAVE YOU BEEN LEARNING ABOUT?"
We have watched videos and have taken notes on Rosa Parks, Abraham Lincoln, Martin Luther King Jr and Barack Obama. These people in different ways helped Civil Rights.