We hope you are all well and managed to enjoy the sunshine over the weekend. All work has now been added to the nursery and class pages for the week.
Please see below for a letter from Andy Gray, the Chief Education Officer for Cfe:
Letter to Parents and Carers 29 May 2020
And here is a folder containing the OPTIONAL whole school challenge pack:
Finally, for our primary 7 leavers, we have received the Primary 7 transition booklet for Queensferry High School:
We hope you enjoyed your Monday holiday last week. This week, we are back to normal and a full week’s work has been added to the nursery and class pages.
Mr Nelson has added some new athletic activities to the PE section and there are some new information leaflets in the Health and Wellbeing section (one on supporting young people in bereavement, and one on an online course to better understand your child.)
Here is the folder containing the OPTIONAL whole school challenge pack:
We hope you have a good week and enjoy your learning.
Please remember that Monday is a holiday this week so teachers have uploaded work for you to complete from Tuesday. Please take the Monday to relax, play and (hopefully!) enjoy the outdoors.
Here is the folder containing the whole school OPTIONAL challenge pack:
We also have a new transition tab at the top of the page, where we will put all the information about starting primary one after the holidays. If you have a little one joining us, please check this regularly.
We hope you have a good week.
Another week of hard work done!
The work for week beginning 11.5.2020 has now been uploaded to the class pages.
There is also a letter and leaflet containing important information about the transition to primary one on the nursery page. If you have a child starting with us after the summer please take a look.
Finally here is the folder containing the OPTIONAL whole school challenge pack:
We hope you have a great week and fingers crossed we get some more sunshine!
Well done for another week of hard work at home. This week is a 3 day school week as Monday is an inservice and Friday is the May holiday. Subsequently, the teachers have only provided 3 days worth of work. Please continue to relax, play, spend time with family and enjoy the outdoors on the other two days.
You will find the work for the week in the class and nursery folders, along with the optional ‘challenge packs.’ Mr Nelson has also provided some new activities for the PE page. Here is the folder containing the OPTIONAL challenge pack for the whole school:
And don’t forget to look in the Health and Wellbeing folder too for ideas and strategies for coping in this uncertain time. This week, there is a great link for a free book which explains the coronavirus to children.
We hope you have a lovely week and enjoy the activities provided. We miss you and can’t wait to see you all again!
Well done for all of your hard work so far. It is a new way of learning for us all, but lots of you have managed to rise to this challenge. We hope you have also had lots of opportunities to enjoy the sunshine.
All of the home learning has now been uploaded under the relevant class and nursery pages for the week. You will also find the OPTIONAL class challenge folders there. The whole school challenge activities are here:
Don’t forget to have a look at Mr Nelson’s activities in the PE section too!
Finally, there are some new toolkits for managing home learning in the Health and Wellbeing section (under Information and Useful Links.)
We hope you have a good week and stay safe.
There is a NEW PE page under ‘Class Pages’. Mr Nelson has been busy adding activities for the whole school to enjoy.
There is also now a Health and Wellbeing page under ‘Information and Useful Links.’ This is for guidance about mental health and coping strategies during this uncertain time.