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Greenhaw Primary School

Week 9 (1st June)

Day Literacy Numeracy
Monday Comprehension Multiplication and Division Speed Test
Tuesday Conjunctions Multiplication of a 3digit number
Wednesday Book Review Multiplication of a 3 digit number
Thursday Book Review Measures:Length and Weight
Friday Spelling Test Mental Maths Test

Curriuculum Activity: Plan a Sports Day

 

Hi Girls and Boys,

We hope you are all well rested after MidTerm Break! These are our last few weeks of P5 and we would love to see you all giving the home school learning your best shot!! Try your best to complete the activities we have set, keep learning your tables and keep reading your novels!

 

You have all worked so hard over the past few months and we are super proud of you!

Mathletics Scores

Class First Second Third
Mrs O'Donnell Ryan H. 5120 Kayla 4173 Luke 3000
Miss Ramsay Ella 2160 Evan 1530 Aaron 1080

Silver: Darcy and Kayla

Bronze: Ryan f, Ryan H, Luke, Ella, Aaron, Evan and Jack

Lockdown


Boys and Girls, Lockdown is a scary time, so we thought that we would write a rhyme,
To put a smile on all your faces! Not in our classroom, but in different places
Lots of time with your family, we are sure it fills you with enormous glee
Home school teaching from mum and dad,when you return to school you will tell us “Sure they weren’t that bad!”

Missing your friends and playing out! It probably makes some of you want to shout!
Nannies and grandads, we can’t see, but safety really is the key
Watching movies on Disney plus - Stops you all making such a fuss
Oh, how all of us will never complain about school ever again!


One day this will come to an end
We hope you all haven’t driven mummy around the bend!
We will look back and cherish the thought
Of the lessons we learnt and the ones we were taught.

Mrs O'Donnell and Miss Ramsay

Home Learning - Primary 5

To all our girls and boys,

Mrs O’Donnell and Miss Ramsay here. We thought we would write you this letter to let you know that there is not a day that goes by where we don’t think about you. We really do miss each and every one of you and we hope you are all well and keeping safe. This is our fifth week off school and we know you probably have a lot of questions such as when we will be going back and when we will see our friends and school adults again. Unfortunately, we can’t give you an answer to this right now. I know that is strange because Miss Ramsay normally knows EVERYTHING and even she can’t give us an answer. So rather than think of all the things we don’t know, let’s look at what we do know…..

You are living through a time that will forever be remembered in history. When you grow up, people will talk about this time and what we did to get through it. They will talk about social distancing and how some shops closed. They will talk about how all the schools closed and how teachers had to send you your work online or make up learning packs. They will talk about how you painted beautiful, bright rainbows and stuck these on your windows and how you clapped so loudly on a Thursday night for the doctors, nurses and hospital staff who worked even when it might not have been safe to do so. This is a time that has never happened before and you are making history right now.

We know you are all so talented and we know that you are probably using this time to find new talents. Don’t be afraid to use this time to learn something new. Your new dance routines on tik-tok could make you a finalist on Britain’s Got Talent some day!! Mrs O’Donnell is using this time to tidy up her garden and is learning how to hula hoop and Miss Ramsay is using this time to learn how to bake and is even taking dance lessons in her living room!! She wants to be a backing dancer for Dua Lipa!

Go out to your gardens and play. Ask your parents to teach you the games that they played when they were little. Play skipping, hide and seek or make a fort in your garden with blankets! We promise you that you will laugh. LOUD! Cycle on your bike or go on your scooter when you go out for your exercise! If it’s raining, go out and jump in puddles….don’t be afraid to get soaked….it makes it even more fun!!

Finally P5, enjoy this time with your families in your homes. It really is precious. Tidy up your bedrooms, do your jobs about the house, share your toys and play games with your siblings…even the games you don’t really want to. Hopefully it won’t be too long before we see your smiling faces again, we are one day closer to this all being over!

Lots of Love

Mrs O’Donnell and Miss Ramsay

fodonnell844@c2ken.net

dramsey349@c2ken.net 

Daily Routine

Morning 

Silent Reading

Literacy Activity

Break

Numeracy Activity

Lunch

Afternoon

Curriculum Activity

 

Primary 5

Welcome to the Primary 5 Learning Area!

We hope that the page can be used to share some of the fantastic work completed by our very talented Primary 5 children. We will update the page regularly and post information relevant to primary 5. 

Below is a selection of literacy and numeracy learning intentions for this Sept/Oct. We hope that you will find them useful when supporting your child at home.

Mrs O'Donnell

 

Week 9 (1st June)

Our Letters

Dabhog
Ella
Jack
Jenna
Kyle

A message from Mrs O'Donnell!

 

A message from Miss Ramsay!

 

Core Links

Audible
Books online
 
 
 

 
 

 
Oak National Academy
Home Learning
Website
(Government)
 
 
 

Oxford owl
This website
covers many
curriculum areas
across key
stages. There
are helpful
videos on a
number of areas.
 
 
SPARKS MUSIC
Dear parent,
Project Sparks
are offering
free online
learning for our
primary 5, 6 and
7 pupils while
our school is
closed. If you
would like your
child to benefit
from this,
please fill out
the form below.
 
 
 

Twinkl
Twinkl are
offering a month
of free access
to parents.
Code:
UKTWINKLHELPS
 
 
 
 

News

17th Apr 2020
Well done to all the girls and boys for working so hard at their Derry Projects....
 
 
 
9th Apr 2020
Jack has worked super hard retelling the Easter Story. Check out his amazing art...
 
 
 
2nd Apr 2020
P5 worked super hard this week at writing letters of persuasion to Mr Mc Laughlin....