We have been learning about battles which happened in the Scottish Wars of Independence. We found out that one tactic the Scottish used to defend themselves was to use a ‘hedgehog’. We found this tricky to imagine so we made one ourselves with rulers instead of spears. We also took part in hot seating to imagine what it was like to be a Scottish soldier in one of the wars. Here are some of our tough warriors.
Zayn Sam Learning Log
LI. To reveiw my work this week.
I have learned to speak in spannish.
I have learned how to write an amaganiteve story.
My skills s are to cooperate and improve my teamwork
Our next steps are to listen more
Z I need help with my spelling
S I need help with my 4X tabals
Z I want to lern about where King Alaxander the III deid.
S How to cownt to 100 in french and spannish.
This week we leaned how to make art like Henri Matisse. We could add a bit like abstract in it using line and colour. We learned how to write our new spelling sounds. In ukulele we learned the f cord, c cord, aminor and g7.
Some skills we have been developing are degree angles wit a compass points. We have ben developing are speling sounds. We are working with partners.
Our next steps are to listen a bit more.
We would like more help with openers and cenectives.
I would like to learn more about Willam Wallace in wars.
By Luke and Nicolas
Things that went well: Our Greyfriars Bobby topic
Our learnig log went well ith Mrs Browning.
We got most of our spelling words right!
Things that could go better:
We think PE could be trickier.
Star- Morning challenge – its good to share our answers.
Star- Listing challenge was fun.
Wish- Every one claps when teacher claps.
We want to show everyone is listening.
By Aidan and Abi.
We held a 1+2 curriculum evening to inform the school community about our recent trips to France and Spain. During the evening parents, carers and children had the opportunity to visit different stations and discuss activities we learnt about on our trips and then had the opportunity to try them out themselves. Thank you to those who came along to discuss the activities that we had on show. Below are some quotes from parents and carers who attended;
“Great to see all the interesting and interactive ways of teaching languages.”
“Fantastic stuff, really impressed. Keep up the good work.”
“Lots of fun resources and games that must make learning easier.”
“Great to see the variety of teaching methods being used in the classroom to engage the children.”