HELLO GIRLS AND BOYS. IT'S NEARLY SUMMER!!!!!
I'M SURE YOU WILL BE DELIGHTED TO HAVE A WELL EARNED BREAK AFTER ALL THAT HOME-SCHOOLING. IT WAS GREAT TO SPEAK TO MOST OF YOU AND YOUR PARENTS LAST WEEK. IF YOU FEEL LIKE A FUN READING CHALLENGE FOLLOW THE LINK BELOW. LOOKING FORWARD TO SEEING YOU ALL AGAIN IN THE AUTUMN TERM IN YOUR NEW CLASSROOM. TAKE CARE . FROM MRS BYRNE.
P4/5 IF YOU ARE INTERESTED IN THE HEALTHY KIDZ VIRTUAL SPORTS DAY GO TO
www.healthy-kidz.com AND REGISTER. (IGNORE THE DATE AS YOU CAN STILL REGISTER)
Hello boys and girls, I hope you are all keeping well. If you have been doing any of the GAA skills we learned in our PE classes, could you send little videos of yourself doing that to our school email email@example.com
Thank you. I think our class favourites were, making bridges with our body and playing rounders while the rest of the class did lots of jumping, hopping, star jumps, skipping, running on the spot, press ups etc.
Look forward to seeing them.
Prodigy Mathematics for P4 and P5 Passwords information
Passwords to allow access to P4CB and P5CB Prodigy Maths programme were not included in each child's Home Learning Pack. These Passwords have been sent to your P4 and P5 children's home by post today, Tuesday 21st April.
This PASSWORD is all that your child will require to access the Prodigy Maths programme. Ignore the request for Class Code etc as our school has already provided these details. Any queries please use the firstname.lastname@example.org email to contact a member of staff.
We have received recent guidance from the ETI (Education and Training Inspectorate) regarding learning at home during the school closure. (PDF document below) You will see that some of these websites mentioned are already on the list given out for your class and there are some others for you to explore. The ETI state that “It is also very important that there is a balance between online learning, written and practical activities, outdoor learning and free time.” The teacher guidance given for your child includes written and practical activities as well as outdoor learning and free time. Many of these activities particularly lend themselves to the home environment, taking the pressure off parents who feel they need to recreate a mini classroom at home – you will be relieved to know, you don’t!
FOR PRIMARY 5
1. Look at oxfordowl.co.uk and Reading Eggs for reading material. Read a variety of books that you have in your house or online. Write out a summary so you can do reading quizzes when you return or do AR quizzes at home from our link above.
2.Revise nouns,verbs, adjectives
complete work on
Prepositions for eg on, at
Conjunctions for eg and , but, it,
Contractions for eg do not (don’t)
3.Learn adverbs(describes a verb)
4.Prefixes. Pre- re- mid-
suffixes. -ful - less -ness
1Time. Digital/ analogue All time. Time problems. Duration of time, Time problems
Graphs Reading a graph. Collecting information, Create graphs
Money to £5 then to £10 add, subtract.Making change, Price Lists Which shows more
Measures Be aware of metres, Kms, g, kg, litres, ml,
NUMBER All tables 2 to 12
Multiplication of TU and HTU
Division of TU and HTU
Addition and subtraction Work your way up number work from the P4 work until you are doing the following.
Add three or more numbers with up to four numbers
subtract numbers with up to four digits
3D shapes and their properties
WORLD AROUND US:
World War 2
WATCH THE 10 EPISODES OF SPYWATCH ON UTUBE IN RELATION TO OUR TOPIC ON THE SECOND WORLD WAR.
As this topic lasts a number of weeks P5CA and P5MMG have shared resources for this topic - See P5CB page below & P5MMG Class Page for full range of instructions and resources.
LEARNING PACKS FOR P5 CLASSES HAVE BEEN ISTRIBUTED ON FRIDAY 22ND MAY.
OUR 2 CLASS TEACHERS. MRS BYRNE P5CB AND MRS MC GOURAN P5 MMG HAVE WORKED TOGETHER TO PROVIDE RESOURCE PACKS FOR BOTH CLASS GROUPS UNTIL THE END OF JUNE.
FOR ADDITIONAL IDEAS AND ON-LINE ACTIVITIES TO WORK ON, LOOK AT BOTH P5CB & P5MMG CLASS PAGES WHERE THERE ARE NUMEROUS WEBSITES LISTED THAT WILL PROVIDE ADDITIONAL RESOURCES AND TOPICS.
WE HAD A GREAT FAIRTRADE LESSON. WE FOUND OUT ABOUT WHERE DIFFERENT FOODS ARE FROM AND MADE A MESSY MAP. WE STUCK TEA ON KENYA, BANANA SKINS ON ECUADOR, HOT CHOCOLATE IN GHANA, COFFEE ON ETHIOPIA AND COLOMBIA. IT WAS FUN. WE HOPE TO BUY MORE FAIRTRADE IN OUR WEEKLY SHOPPING AS THE PRODUCERS ARE GETTING A FAIR PAY FOR A FAIR PRODUCE.
IT'S CHRISTMAS TIME (HO HO HO)
WE JUST LOVE BEING CREATIVE AND MAKING LOTS OF NICE THINGS. OUR CLASS WAS VERY MESSY BUT WE WERE VERY PRODUCTIVE AND VERY HAPPY.
MERRY CHRISTMAS EVERYONE!!!!!!!
WE RAISED OVER £400 FOR CONCERN. WE WORE OUR CHRISTMAS JUMPERS INTO SCHOOL, THE MONEY RAISED HELPS ALL THOSE WHO HAVE NO HOME AND ARE HUNGRY.
WELL DONE TO ALL OUR BOYS AND GIRLS!!!!!!
END CHILD POVERTY!!
WE DREW AROUND OUR FOOT AND WROTE A MESSAGE TO MAKE OUR LEADERS THINK. WE WANT EVERY CHILD TO HAVE A GOOD AND HAPPY LIFE. THEY SHOULD NEVER BE HUNGRY OR COLD. YOU CAN SEE OUR MESSAGES AND DECORATED FOOTPRINTS BELOW.
P5 WERE DELIGHTED TO SEE OUR HURLING COACH DOMINIC THIS YEAR AGAIN. THE P4'S ALSO HAD HEARD A LOT ABOUT HURLING FROM THE P5'S AND THOROUGHLY ENJOYED THEIR FIRST TWO CLASSES. THEY LEARNT NEW SKILLS AND PLAYED A COUPLE OF COMPETITIVE GAMES.
WE ARE DELIGHTED TO BE BACK AT SCHOOL.
WE ARE NOW IN P4/5CB