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P6 Wk of 22 June

Morning! We hope you had a lovely weekend. Pupils should continue to use the End of Term grid that was shared last week. There are also assignments on Teams.

Thank you all again for the amazing support you are providing for our pupils.

P6 Team

 

P1 – Learning from Home Week 12 (22nd – 26th June 2020)

Hello P1! We are now into our final week of Learning from Home for P1. We have been so impressed by the hard work, motivation and high quality learning we have been sent so far by our learners. We are very grateful for the effort and support given to the pupils from parents and carers. Thank you!

We hope that you enjoyed taking part in some of the more end of term type activities last week that, had we been in school, we would have done together. We encourage you to do some more of the activities from the End of Term – Activity Grid in your final week of P1!

End of Term - Activity Grid

Please find below all the details you will need for learning from home this week. Please note that school ‘closes’ at 12:25pm on Friday 26th June for the summer holidays. Remember to get in touch with your child’s teacher before then in order to allow sufficient time for the class teacher to respond to you.

Please find the week 12 Learning from Home grid attached. As always, red boxes link to an attachment which can be found below. You will find that the Learning from Home grid is lighter on the more formal learning tasks than usual and includes some more reflective, challenge and creative activities.

Week 12 Learning from Home grid

Woodland Trust Nature Detectives – woodland wonders

Woodland Trust Nature Detectives – twig hunt

Sun Safety – pack your bag

Outdoor Activity Cards

End of the year writing activity

Build a Boat Outdoor Activity Sheet

PE Learning from Home Week 12

THANK YOU so much to everyone who has continued to share weekly work with us. We wish we could be doing these fun activities with you all in person but we hope that you enjoy your final week of P1 regardless. We will be visiting the chalet to say ‘hello!’ when we return in August as we are all missing you lots. (And we are a bit envious of Miss Brown who gets to continue working with you in P2!) We wish you all the best for P2.

Miss Sherazee, Mr Blaikie, Mrs Pattinson and Miss Brown.

 

P4 WoW Work & Superstars!

P4K – Benji

Benji – You are my WOW work and Superstar because you have worked so hard throughout home learning. You created this great story recently and I was very impressed.

Benji – Literacy

P4M – Addison

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!

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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!

FrenchRainbow

 

 

 

 

 

Primary 1 – Meet your teachers task

Hello, Primary 1 (soon to be Primary 2!)

We are delighted to be introducing ourselves as your new teachers for Primary 2.  If you haven’t already done so, please have a watch of our ‘Meet the Team’ video. We would like you to create you own  Superhero Mask. Please click on the link to find the template for this. Think hard about how your mask might look…

When you have done this, please take a photo of yourself wearing your mask and send it to one of us via email.

Emma.Henderson@trinity-pri.edin.sch.uk

Fiona.Johnstone@trinity-pri.edin.sch.uk

Penny.Brown@trinity-pri.edin.sch.uk

 

We are SUPER excited and look forward to hearing from you!

Miss Henderson, Mrs Johnstone and Miss Brown – the new P2 team.

 

P2 PHonics revision

This week we are having a look back at some sounds that we have covered in P2. Once you have watched the Alphablocks videos to remind you of the sounds – have a go at playing the game available below and try out a worksheet or a crossword to see if you can remember how to use ‘ng and ‘nk. They sound very similar so you will need to be careful! We have also added some poems using these sounds – can you find all the ‘ng’ and ‘nk’ words? If you are feeling super confident – maybe you could use some of them to write a poem of your own!