P4G

FRENCH

We just had to share this fabulous work from today – P4 have been learning how to say and write parts of the body in French, and Bradley has taken his learning outdoors into the sunshine.

Great effort Bradley.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Well done P4G for working so hard and engaging in online learning to the best of your ability. I hope you are all ready for another week! This week is also virtual sports week. All we are asking is for you to try your best.

Here is an overview of learning for this week (WB 25.05.20):

Monday Literacy

Spelling

-Plurals

Numeracy

Topic

-Division

IDL

-How do you stay active?

Health and Well-being 

-Sports Week

Tuesday Literacy

Reading

-Novel and comprehension

Numeracy

Topic

-EOU Assessment 

Direction

Or

Repeated Addition

IDL

-How does my body grow and develop healthily.

Health and Well-being

-Sports Week

Wednesday Literacy

Writing

-News Reports

Numeracy

Topic

-SOU Assessment for symmetry

IDL

-How does my body grow and develop healthily.

Health and Well-being

-Sports Week

Thursday 

(Mrs Gordon)

Literacy

Reading

-Novel and follow up activity

Numeracy

Topic

-Fractions

French

-Parts of the body

Health and Well being

-Sports Week

Friday Literacy

Spelling

-Plural spelling test

Numeracy

-Beat That/CLIC Test

Ethos Block

-Masterclass of your choice

Reflection Time

– Present IDL task from this week

 

Developing The young Workforce Project.

We are delighted share with you the work that the pupils, along with primary 6, did for our DYW project. An ambition of Developing the Young Workforce (DYW)  is that education and employers work closely together to equip all young people with the skills and knowledge they will need to flourish in work, and to support diversity in the workforce.

Hazlehead Primary and Culter Primary have been working on a combined project which looks at businesses within each of our catchment areas. The pupils identified companies local to their school and arranged to interview various people involved in the running of them.

Mrs Gordon and some of the pupils in Primary 6 have put together this Website to share the learning. Unfortunately the project was cut short with recent events, however we hope this brief snapshot lets you see the core learning and the enjoyment shared by both classes collaborating on the one project.

We would like to send out a big thank you to everyone who helped us with the project and the very kind people in the Hazlehead Community who gave their time to let us interview them.

We hope you are all well and we look forward to meeting with you all again once we are back in school.

Click on this link to visit our website.

https://sites.google.com/ab-ed.org/dywhazleheadschool/home

 

Welcome Back P4G!

I hope you all managed to have a relaxing Easter break. It was very different for us all. I thoroughly enjoyed getting outside for a daily walk in the sunshine. Let me know what you enjoyed doing over on our Google Classroom page!

As we are back to online learning this week I want to remind you that this is still very new and strange for all of us. All I am asking is for you to try your best. If you are stuck with the work assigned or are having any technical difficulties, send me a Google Mail and I can help.

Please can I also remind you not to post your work or any general comments in the ‘stream’ part of Google Classroom- this should be uploaded under the ‘classwork’ tab! All assignments will be uploaded to Google Classroom on a daily basis so please check there.

Enjoy!

Term 4 Timetable

Here is a timetable of suggested activities for this term.  The activities will be posted in Google Classroom each day, so please check for more information.  Please do not worry if you cannot complete an activity, we understand that some days will be easier than others.  We are always at the end of an email for further information, support and guidance so please do not hesitate to contact us using your child’s GMail account.

 

(Week Beginning 23.03.20) For those who have not been able to attend school:

Reading: Continuous reading is encouraged every day at home. Please try to complete your AR test.

Spelling: New spelling words (for everyone) will be uploaded below and also to Google Classroom. Use the grid provided to help practice your words. Grid: http://www.fnssp.com/uploads/1/4/7/8/1478467/spelling_activity_grid.pdf

Maths: Use your surroundings. In your house, I would like you to find any resources that can be used to measure something. This could be using a ruler, measuring tape, jugs, scales etc. If you can- take a photo of you using it:) If you do not have any of these resources, then please try do some research and write a brief description about how you would use them.

Here are your spelling words:

Dolphins Eagles Tigers Jaguars
Today

About

From

More

Aunt

On

This

Dad

Came

Called

 

Family

Market

Should

Before

Cause

Laugh

Pause

Sauce

Away

Drawn

 

Company

Private

Another

Company

Without

August

Author

Because

Lawyer

Takeaway

National

Exchange

Available

Agreement

Another

Support

Possible

Audience

Cautious

Strawberry

 

P4G have been using numicon to complete symmetry patterns. They are thoroughly enjoying using concrete materials to support their learning.

Week 4: 09/09/19-13/09/19

In p4G this week we have been learning about place value in maths. We enjoyed the different stations, especially the ones that we could represent numbers using rods and cubes. Also, this week we have been learning about animals and food chains in the rainforest. For art this week we created rainforest creatures using oil pastels and crayons. On Thursday in French we counted up to 20 and for homework we have to write the numbers 1-10 in our homework diaries. In writing we enjoyed being able to use our imagination for Writers Craft because we could make it more dramatic and exciting.

Finn, Ruby, Shirin, Eviee and David

Week 5: 16/09/19-19/09/19

On Monday in P4G we were looking at writing sentences using adjectives and verbs. We also went to the library to silent read and choose a different book. On Tuesday we had music with Mrs Fisher and we learned a new song. For IDL, we started looking at the different people that live in the rainforests. In groups we started to create a presentation on tribes using the laptops. On Wednesday we shared our rainforest project models, presentations and posters with P4H. This was good fun as we were able to earn new things about the rainforests and who/what lives there. On Thursday we had P.E with Miss Grant and we were playing different hockey games. Overall, it has been a good week and we have learned a lot.

Mercedes, Annie, Nurain, Stefania, Alfie and Maira

TECHFEST VISIT

Primary 4 had a fantastic day out at Techfest on Wednesday 28th August.  They visited three different workshops : Sources of Energy hosted by Glasgow Science Centre, Weather and the final one of the day was about pollutants in our rivers. The class enjoyed all the activities, however the highlight of the day had to be the “dry ice” cloud which filled the room in the Weather workshop!

Thank you from P4G to Ella and Stefania’s Mums for coming with us.