P7a have continued to impress with their learning of the Selkirk Grace. Eilidh was the overall class winner of this years competition - congratulations to everyone for participating.
A small amount of Scottish Homework home this week which includes the Poem Wha's like us? We are using it in class to introduce the P7s to a range of Scottish Inventors and pupils have been asked to choose at least one significant Scot to research in detail.
Pupils have focused on division in numeracy work with all children now confidently dividing numbers by a single digit - excellent progress. Some are beginning to divide by double digits. We will be looking at fractions, percentages and decimals over the next fortnight.
We will begin our WW2 themed cooking experiences and on the menu this week is Grandma's orange cakes.
Permission slips to attend the Fife Music Festival are home so please ensure yours are returned before Thursday and please get in touch if you can help on the day - always a lovely experience listening to the performances.
Seesaw continues to be a great way to show pupil work so please also remember to connect with the class and view your own child's folder.
Our social target is 'I can come to school well-presented wearing school uniform" our P7 cohort always look smart - so I am looking forward to another fantastic week with them.
Well done to our girls from the Science Club who attended the 1851 Maritime Roadshow for girls today at HMS Scotia. It was a fabulous day and they returned 'buzzing' with all the activities they had been involved in.
Enjoy your weekend.
Mrs Watt & P7a