Homelink Letter 17 — 5th May Practising speed and fluency. Remit — to work with pupil group and carry out an audit of current RRS knowledge and to produce a leaflet to inform new staff, pupils and parents of our work in the area of RRS. This is what 6 straws per day over just a few weeks looks like. We are so proud of our Primary 7 representatives at the Rotary Quiz on coming 2nd place, just being pipped at the post by 2 points. For the task we wrote a summary and 5 open questions then swapped with a partner.
We look forward to seeing more wonderful Home learning! PLPs will come home at differing times. The results were amazing! Social skills Listening, talking, co-operating, negotiating. For those of us involved in the Book Fair we have been using our money skills. Dave Gillon is at Buckstone Primary School. My colleagues commented favourably on how engaged each pupil was in their learning and the fact that they all knew what they were working towards.
We decided to support our Buddies in P2M to teach them playground games which will help them play co-operatively.
There were a lot of tired but happy faces in the Nursery yesterday, but that was just the staff! Walls are pupil friendly and information should be relevant and useful. They absolutely loved their medals. PLPs will come home at differing times. Email or Phone Password Forgot account?
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As part of this topic we have created Propaganda bucksgone. We revised long division and multiplication. Thank you, P7 Team. Those 6 straws per day added up surprisingly quickly and we were all shocked by how many they had collected in such a small space of time, from so few children. You can order your calendar directly from the Parent Council who will be taking orders in the playground every echool next week, at the school office or online by clicking here.
Next step — we are moving on to learn about evacuation during Schook. In Numeracy we have been learning about distance, speed and time by using different formulas and strategies to calculate the answer.
Making sure that our amount bhckstone realistic and that we have enough spending money. We used our memory skills to remember the steps and used subtracting and multiplying too. Mobile Military Museum all set up, my smallest room yet, should be fun.
Next Steps — we are going to type up our stories and use tea bags to give an antique effect. Numeracy In Numeracy we have been learning about distance, speed and time by using different formulas and strategies to calculate the answer.
We are so proud of our Primary 7 homewkrk at the Rotary Quiz on coming 2nd place, just being pipped at the post by 2 points. We then created group posters buxkstone demonstrate our learning. Festive music can regularly be heard, P are busy preparing for the Nativity next week, Christmas trees are popping up all over the place and there is a general air of merrirment even more so than usual!
Spotlight Dance Dance School. Marcel Borzecki is at Buckstone Primary School. This is what 6 straws per day over just a few weeks looks homeeork. Have a wonderful weekend! This is due on the Monday 25th February.
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Remit — to work with pupil group and carry out an audit of current RRS knowledge and to produce a leaflet to inform new staff, pupils and parents of our work in the area of RRS. This week we are continuing to read uomework Hitler Stole Pink Rabbit.
Almost ready for the dancing!!!
Please put any toys you bring in on the table in the P5 library. All orders will be filled before we break up on the 21st December.
Buckstone Primary School September 2014
Dance Division is at Buckstone Primary School. If you wish to download it, please recommend it to your friends in any social system. Homelink Letter 14 — 8th March We will leave school at