We promote the enjoyment of Numeracy and Mathematics at school and we always encourage learners to use problem solving strategies to tackle calculations.
We are dedicated to raising attainment in Numeracy and Mathematics. One of the ways we have approached this is through Number Talks. We have also adopted Sumdog to promote mental agility. We continue to embed the Stages of Early Arithmetical Learning (SEAL) across Nursery to Primary 4.
You are key to raising attainment in Numeracy and Mathematics too. Confident parents and carers are key to promoting Numeracy and Mathematics in daily life. We invite you to join us in a series of drop in workshops over the next block. All workshops will be informally run by school staff and will directly promote the learning happening in our classrooms so that you can support at home.
Please consider the workshops that you are interested in and contact the school office on 0131 5542308 to book your place. You do not need to attend every workshop!
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Starting on Wednesday 22nd January, from 9-10am we are holding our very first session for parents and carers to come and listen to a story and a poem, to share some cake and to chat about what’s being read. It will take place in the Learning Hub (school library). It’s time for you to listen, relax and enjoy…
Cake and Words Relax and Enjoy
You may recall that we piloted a similar initiative last year: on the back of this we managed to secure funding from the Scottish Government’s ‘Schools’ Library Improvement Fund’ to not only run this project, but in response to parent/carer feedback it will be complemented as well by a series of English language classes for those parents and carers who would like to come along.
These English language classes will take place in the Learning Hub (school library) from 10-11am every Wednesday, starting on Wednesday 29th January 2020.
You are welcome to bring along your younger children, if you need to, to either session.
We look forward to seeing you there!
Penny Browning & the Reading for Enjoyment Team
A great time was had by all…just look at the photos.
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Thank you to all the classes for their hard work creating their amazing MAD About displays. We all had great fun finding out more about each country as we walked around the hall.
There is a drop in (no need to sign up) Homework Club and a Reading Club running every Tuesday lunchtime from 12.50-1.20pm in the Primary 4 classroom.
Come along and have a cosy, quiet read or catch up with your homework – there will be iPads available for research work if required.
The Parent Council would like if you could contribute any of the following to the school (bring it into the front office) for the Christmas Fayre
Bottles – e.g. shampoo, bubble bath, wine, etc.
Fill a jar – a jar filled with sweets, toys, stickers, etc. Anything that children enjoy. These will be sold at the Fayre
Any hamper or raffle items
Bric a brac items, e.g. toys, etc.
Thank you in anticipation of your support with this.
Fantastic learning in P1 and P2/1 with Angela from Changeworks today, learning all about how worms make compost. Some of us were even brave enough to hold them! We are now ‘Zero Waste Heroes’.