Thank you to those who have tried out TEAMS. It is great to see their Homelearning. Last week your child will have brought home their green jotter. At the front it has the TEAMS login and a reminder of their Sumdog and Education City passwords.
When you login to TEAMS you will see assignments set for the pupils to complete. They can add to it every week and we will comment on their work at the end of the Term. They can also hand in their jotter the week before the October holiday.
We know it takes a while to get used to it so give it a go and if you need any help please email email@example.com and we will endeavour to help you.
We certainly have a lot of talent at Trinity PS! We’d like to say a huge well done to everyone that entered – you were so brave and confident to share your talents. The House Captains and staff thoroughly enjoyed watching all of the entries. It was extremely tough to choose just 12 finalists from a very large field!
As organisers of the event, the House Captains have chosen 12 acts to feature in our virtual ‘Trinity’s Got Talent’ video.
You can vote here for your favourite before 5pm on Wednesday 24th June. You can only vote once and finalists may vote for themselves!
Addison, you are our Superstar this week because of all the hard work you have put in over the last term. I’ve chosen your wonderful photograph from last week as just one example of the great work you produce every day! Well done!
P4S – Dreya
Dreya, you have been using this time to do lots of worthwhile learning experiences. I love this poster you made to practise the colours in French. Tres bien!
Hello Primary 4, you will be delighted to know that this is my final post for this term. You have all been working so hard at home and I am very proud of you.
I would like you to go to: http://www.oxfordowl.co.uk and read “Christmas Adventure”. Answer any questions at the end of the book and speed read over the Set 2 and Set 3 words. Ask an adult to help if you get stuck.
Good morning Primary 4, today’s task is to read – ‘The Noisy Day’ in Oxford Owl. I would also like you to read ans try the spelling of the words in the Powerpoint. Go over the igh and ow sounds today – ask an adult to test you.