What a year! We cannot believe that we are at the end of another school year. We are so very sad at how school has finished up this year. We have missed the children terribly over the last number of weeks. They are what makes our job special. Each and every child brings a special something into our room and we take great delight in sharing their growth over the academic year. This year we feel as though we have been cheated out of lots of special moments with the children. However, we are so glad that everyone was safe and so happy at home! We really enjoyed receiving updates and pictures of the children. Seeing their happy faces was a real pick me up for us.
We would like to thank all the Mums and Dads for the fantastic effort they have put into homeschooling. As parents ourselves, we totally appreciate how difficult it is to homeschool and work from home. You are a real asset to your children. The effort you have put to the last few weeks is amazing and has not gone unnoticed.
We will include some links at the bottom of the page for you to use if you wish. It would be good to keep the children ticking away over the summer in preparation for P3. Little bursts a few times a week to keep their skills fresh and maintain all the work you/they have put in will be perfect. Keep it as fun as possible.😊
Thank you so very much!!!!
❤️Mrs M and Mrs B❤️
Hello boys and girls 👋🏼
We just want to say a massive well done to you all. You have been working so hard at home. We have loved hearing how you have all been getting on at home and seeing all your lovely work and pictures. We are so sorry we didn’t get to finish our school year together. We will come and see you in September in your new class! Have a super summer!!! Be good for Mums and Dads and make sure you keep revising your Literacy and Numeracy skills! Sending you all lots of Love 💕
Thank you for being a great wee bunch! We hope you enjoy the little end of year treats we have left for you. See you soon.
❤️Mrs M and Mrs B❤️
Please keep in touch over the summer and send us a wee email to let us know how the children are getting on. We would be happy to answer any queries or questions😊
Mrs Millar- email@example.com
Mrs Brown- firstname.lastname@example.org
Some points to think about for Numeracy
*Count, make sets and write numbers up to 20 and beyond if you can!
*Try some mental maths problems, such as quick addition and subtraction and missing numbers sums.
*Count in 2s, 5s and 10s.
*Think about odd and even numbers
*Think about bigger and smaller numbers, numbers before, after and in between.
*Write some number stories up to 10.
*Make amounts up to 20p using 10, 5p, 2p and 1p coins.
*Revise o'clock and half past times.
*Revise 2D and 3D shape