Hello and welcome to the Primary 6 area!
In P6A the teachers are Mrs Martin who is in class Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday and Mrs Robison on a Wednesday.
In P6B Mr Schoolar Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday with Mrs Robison on a Thursday.
This year both classes are receiving support from Mrs Glass and Miss Dalgliesh.
We have a number of classroom rules which we like to follow. If we are well behaved we gain certificates and class prizes. If we do not follow the
rules we end up on the red traffic light which means detention. Our class rules:
Always listen to others.
Always walk in the classroom.
Always be polite, kind and helpful.
Always keep the classroom tidy and look after school property.
Remember to change your shoes.
Our School Week
Maths and spelling homework will be handed out.
We also have Assembly on this day. If you have any achievements to show bring them in today.
Reading - This term we are reading the novel 'Street Child'.
Music with Miss Crombie every second week.
Music with Mr Dewar-Riddick every second week.
P.E with Mrs Mannall.
ICT with Mr Schoolar every second week.
Art/Helath every second week with Miss Johnstone.
Homework due today. If homework is not handed in children will need to stay in at break to get this completed.
Spelling test in class.
Reading in both classes. P6B have P.E with Mr Schoolar.
In term 3, the classes will be studying the Victorians. Here we will look at the life of Queen Victoria, children in work, inventions as well as other important issues from the period.
During the session the pupils will be involved in reading 'The Street Child' about an orphan and his experiences in life.
We will also take part in our very own 'Day in the Life' acitivies where we will act as Victorian School children.
This term, pupils will need both indoor and outdoor kit (including footwear) as P.E sessions may be on the grass when useable. This term we will focus on fitness and cross country building up the cross country race at Lochmaben.
Christmas Party 2017
Both Primary 6s enjoyed this years Christmas party. They took part in a variety of games and dances as well as enjoying a half time snack.
Rocks, Glaciers and Volcano Workshop
On Tuesday 27th February, the Primary 6 classes were given an interactive science session about the rocks that make up our earth, glaciers, natural disasters and the effects of climate change. The presenter, Steven, showed the classes how the melting of the ice caps is impacting the world with some first hand pictures and videos. He then let the pupils create their own experiments to show how earthquakes and volcanos happen. This work was all linked in with our current topic of Coping with Climate.
Suugested websites to assist learning.
http://www.bbc.co.uk/guides/z3c6tfr (Typing practise)