# P6a Learning Log w.c. 23/1/17

Kyle’s Learning Log.

We did lots of outdoor learning this week and I enjoyed it because it was really fun. As part of our Space topic, we went out to get an idea of how far each planet is from the sun. We measured the distances in steps and one step was the same as 100 million kilometers! We also did some maths outside. We had to decide what information we wanted to gather, then we had to collect our data and represent it in any way we wanted.

On Wednesday we were doing P.E. and there were 5 stations. I think I did well because I had a sore nose but I kept going. My favourite station was number 3.

In music this week I learned how to play a bit of a Scottish song on the guitar and it is called Johnny Cope. I think I did not do well because I found it really hard.

# P4b Learning Log 23rd-28th Jan

This week we learned all about Egyptian houses and what they were made from. They use mud stones. These were made by stacking bricks of mud on top of one another after being dried out in the heat! We then labelled an Egyptian home diagram!
This week we also went on a trip to the museum. We learned some fascinating things! We seen a replica of a mummies coffin. We also had a workshops and in the work shop we lear ed about mummification! We got to old ancient Egyptian charms. We had to be very careful with these as they are years old.

Here is an ancient Egyptian piece of jewellery that Aidan made for homework:

It was Robert Burns night on Wednesday. We designed our own Scottish Kilts and talked about different ways of celebrating Burns night!

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# P5a- Learning Log 27th January

Alasdair and Claire

This week in mathematics I have been learning about subtraction chimney sums. Here is an example 127-84=43. I have been learning to count in 2s. This week in literacy we have been learning about how to punctuate speech marks correctly in a small text message that we wrote ourselves. It was fun.

I think science went well because half of our class are supertasters witch means we have more than ten taste buds on a part of our tongue.

Something that I think could have gone better is mathematics because I need more practice at chimney sumn.

# JRSO- Be Bright, Be Seen campaign

On Friday 27th January the JRSO held a be bright, be seen dress down day. They encouraged pupils throughout the school to dress brightly and presented in the assembly why it is important to be bright and be seen.

Here are some pictures of pupils who had dressed up brightly to make sure they are seen.

# P2b Learning Log – 23.1.17

I have enjoyed learning about change – Karly

In class our ‘special skill’ is going very well we are looking after each other – Laila

I have been learning a pencil roll and egg roll in gymnastics – Oskar

I have enjoyed yoga and practising our balances – Brandyn

It was a lot of fun making our ‘be bright be seen’ gloves – Josie

I would like to get better at my sentences – Christopher

I would like to get better at my tricky words – Nicole

# P6b learning log

Thursday 26th January.          Sydney & Carly

Learning log

P6b
I was good at are new project outside we got chalk and we measured the space ibetween the planets

I enjoyed maths.

My target is to get be better at P.E

My target is get better at spelling.

Sydney and Carly

# P7b Learning Log 16th-20th January

Maths

This week in maths we were learning about enterprise as well as tying up loose ends in volume and surface area. On the subject of volume and area, instead of a boring test we created 3D buildings out of paper (only using cubes and cuboids) and then calculated the surface area and volume of the buildings. We also began to scratch the surface of enterprise and budgeting. We were given a scenario in which we had to organise a craft sale. From BOGOF to buying 800 envelopes, we had to do all the budgeting, calculations and everything in between.

Literacy

At the time of writing this, it is drawing ever closer to Burns night so in celebration of this world famous poet we are studying one of his more famous works, Tam O’ Shanter. We have drawn story maps marking the events of the poem using no words whatsoever. This is to give us some experience in storytelling and including lots of detail. As a side note our story maps were based on the novelisation of Tam O’ Shanter by Lari Don.

P.E.

This week in P.E. we were doing more yoga and gymnastics. We are also going to be having tryouts for cross country running at the Meadows. In gymnastics we were doing cart wheels and multiple other activities (such as the straddle vault and the backward roll). In yoga we were all doing multiple poses at the same time such as” the downward dog” and the “half lord of the fishes”.

Music

In music we were learning how to play Auld Lang Syne on the glockenspiel in pairs. We were given more freedom to continue further. Everyone seemed to enjoy the lesson and get the hang of the song and notes.

Louis and Harry

# P3a Learning Log 23rd to 27th January

This week we have been learning about time in maths and we did two worksheets.
In writing we wrote the story of Greyfriars Bobby using our story hands.

We practised writing our spelling words and we had a great Scots poetry competition this week!

We would like to get better at writing quicker.

Hollie and Leah

Outdoor Learning: estimating and measuring time

Outdoor Learning: estimating and measuring time

Megan gave us a talk about Chinese New Year. Here she is with scrolls and a lucky money envelope

Hollie and Leah

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# P2a November Learning Log.

I know that magic e scares the vowel to say it’s real name, the vowels are A,E,I,O,U. –Nina

We were learning about time in maths. We learnt about quarter past and quarter to. –Ayla

We learnt about poppy day this week and we made dazzle poppies. –Florence.

I learnt that magic e puts all it’s power into the vowels so that they can say their name and that makes the e silent. -Dan

# P1a Learning Log – January

Week Beginning 10/1/17

What is going well?

I liked playing with the cars with my friends – Brandon

I liked doing gymnastic balances – Hannah

Learning to write sentences – Luo Lin

Maths – counting to 100 – Finlay

What could be better?

New learning games – Seth

Reading books is tricky – luo lin

Writing long sentences –Rudra

Knowing numbers by looking at them – Freya

This week we really enjoyed doing some winter pictures with cold colours and playing with our friends.

Next week we would like to bake the gingerbread man.

Week Beginning 16/1/17

What is going well?

Magda – Balancing in gym

Brandon – topic maths, measuring

Alex S – I like doing the worksheets

Sean – Doing the hot air balloons and talking about feeling up and down

Hannah – Doing the ice cube experiment

Kshitiz –Topic – I feel cross when I am hungry

Emilia – gymnastics

What could be better?

Elle/Joe –Balancing in gym

Freya – Measuring

Harris – Getting changed for gym

Alex – Doing letters t, sh and ch

Sean – learning ch better

This week we really enjoyed saying new sounds and circle time.

Next week we would like to make gingerbread men.

Week Beginning –23.1.17

What is going well?

Jay – Jumping in gym

Joe – Doing letters in Literacy

Tia – New letters ‘sh’

Sean – Learning about Robert Burns

Magda – Colouring in a Thistle, it’s the Scottish Plant

Harris – The hand washing poster competition

Ali – size (measuring)

David – writing my name

What could be better?

Finlay – Doing more gymnastics (jumping over the hurdles)

Luo Lin – writing sentences, remembering the full stop at the end

Hannah and Brandon – doing balancing

Lenny – airoplane pose

Alex – changing for Gym

Emilia – reading stories from library

Elle – Jumping over the hurdles sideways

This week we really enjoyed measuring outside and learning about how to wash our hands properly to kill germs .

Next week we would like to play duck, duck, goose.

Week Beginning –30.1.17

What is going well?

Hannah – assembly practice

Elle, Joe & Jay Gingerbread man worksheets

Rudra – Counting up to 30

Magda – the literacy word worksheets

Lenny & Emilia – pretending to be the characters from Toy Story

Sean – Chinese New Year Dragons

Ali – Writing numbers before and after

Alex – Topic maths (weighing and measuring)

What could be better?

Harris – Writing sentences

Tia – new letters (ai & ay)

Adrian – writing sentences with ai/ay words

Finlay & Kshitiz – Counting backwards

Luo Lin – remembering a full stop at the end of a sentence

Brandon – tricky being the characters from toy story

This week we really enjoyed the buddy afternoon and making Chinese New Year Dragons.

Next week we would like to play duck, duck, goose.