Week Beginning 01.06.20

A shorter week for Home Learning this week but still so much to report on.

Our whole school Health and Wellbeing challenge launched on Monday. Please ensure you check the main blog each week for tasks to keep you and your child(ren) health, active and competitive in the month of June. Full instructions on how to participate are included there.

Primary 7 Parents – some really important information was sent to the e-mail we have registered for you at school regarding your child’s leavers assembly. If you were not sent this information, please e-mail abbie.crew@invergordonacademy.org.uk or ask your child to post a comment on Google Classroom to let us know. We’d really appreciate a speedy response to this so we can gather everything we need for the assembly.

Your child’s Google Meet Groups are going to change very soon. Please expect contact from a Milton Primary School member of staff very soon to arrange a new meet for your child. It’s good to shake things up a bit!

Learning in Primary 6/7 was busier than ever. It’s great to see lots of children continually engaging with the planned learning experiences.

We got artistic this week and looked at a ‘Draw with Rob’ tutorial. Some stuck to ‘Teddy the Pug’ but others chose another after exploring his YouTube channel. There’s some great examples on there if you are ever stuck for something to do on a rainy day. Please find some examples below, I think they’ve done a fantastic job!

Miss Crew continued with her angles work this week. A fantastic challenge involving Mario and friends which I’m sure the children appreciated. We looked at circles and tessellation in our block of work on shape. It was great to see so many taking on the challenge cards:

Our novel will soon be coming to an end. It’s been really interesting exploring the children’s thoughts and opinions on it via Google Meet and through completion of follow up tasks. I will be sad when we can no longer consider how Bradley is growing as a character as it was so insightful to hear everyone’s opinion (adults included).

I had a good giggle at some of the ‘Stretch a sentence’ examples yesterday. This was supposed to be just a little bit of fun while also providing a prompt the children could use to add more detail to their writing. Please see some examples below:

Congratulations to this week’s Stars chosen by various adults working with Primary 6/7. Keep an eye on your postbox!

For showing such strength and determination in the current situation and handing in some excellent submissions of work this week.
For always preparing for/participating in the Google Meets to support his learning.

Have a great weekend everyone, we look forward to ‘seeing’ you again on Monday.

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