We are delighted to finally be able to share with you the P4 Scots Performances. Although we were disappointed not to be able to show you in person, we know that you will see how hard the pupils’ worked and how fabulously they have all performed. Enjoy!
Please follow this link to access your Home Learning for this week. Your teacher will let you know when your poetry recital will take place. Good Luck!
Remote Learning grids have been created by City of Edinburgh Council. These grids should be used to support Remote Learning in the event that your child is having to isolate. They are available below as Word documents to download or pdf files to view.
Please click here to download remote learning grid 1.
Please click here to download remote learning grid 2.
As if it wasn’t fun and exciting enough running in the Meadows today, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge drove by and waved at us as we were waiting to cross Melville Drive. We saw them both close up as they whizzed by! Maybe they will join us next time?!
As part of our Scotland topic, P4a made shortbread with Mx Cranston. They were very creative when decorating the biscuits but unfortunately they couldn’t be found anywhere at the end of the day! A mystery…..
We were exploring how to continue patterns and create our own, with our Student teacher, Mx Cranston. We got into all sorts of weird and wonderful shapes which allowed great discussion and helped us create our next steps in learning.
P4a are very much looking forward to spring. We planted Narcissi bulbs today and we are going to look after them at home. Thank you to Chloe’s Mummy!