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Welcome to Primary 3!

 

​​​DECEMBER

P3 - Getting ready for Christmas!

 

 

 

 

We have been rehearsing for our Christmas show. 

We sing, dance, act and play instruments!

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In P3 we have been VERY busy getting our school ready for Christmas! We have been making and painting lots of different types of snowmen.

 

 

We painted squares different colours and then designed out snowmen figures.  They all started the same but when we had finished, they all looked different.  All different and all special, just like us smiley!

 

We also painted white snowmen on black paper.

 

They are looking up at the sky, watching the snow falling.  

 

Come back soon to check out our other Winter displays. 

We have drawn Rudolph the Red Nose Reindeer.

 

If you pop into school, make sure to look UP... Lots of our snowmen are hanging out in the foyer frown!

 

 

Activity Based Learning with Brownlee PS

In December we joined with our peers from Brownlee PS. 

Our teachers had planned lots of learning opportunities based on Winter and Christmas. 

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Hands-On Learning in Numeracy Time

We have been learning about 3D shapes in Topic Maths.  We made cubes from a net, decorated them and created a jack-in-the-box.

 

We have also been learning about Tens and Units.  This has helped us write our numbers correctly and we are now learning to add much bigger numbers.

 

 

NOVEMBER

St. Andrew's Day

We had a special assembly to mark St. Andrew's Day.  Mrs Jones taught us about the Scottish flag and why St. Andrew is the patron saint of Scotland.  Children from the P4 class and Scottish Dancing Club performed a few Scottish dances which they have been learning this term with Lucy.

As a special treat, we got to have a Scottish Dancing session with Lucy.  It was lots of fun and we learned some new steps and routines.

Click below to see some more pictures of us - we are blurry because we were dancing quickly smiley!

Sponsored Sports with Fitness Freddy!

In November we raised a MASSIVE £1864 for 'Children in Need' by doing Sponsored Sports with Fitness Freddy.

V I P s in P3

In P3 there are lots of VIPs - Very Important People!

(Offical photo coming soon!)

We have two teachers.  Mrs Johnston teaches us on Mondays, Tuesdays and Wednesdays.  Miss Tipping teaches us on Thursdays and Fridays.
Mrs Dennison is our Teaching Assistant.   She is with us every day.  Mrs Elliott also joins our class to help us with Literacy and Numeracy.

CELEBRATING DIVERSITY

 

In Fort Hill Integrated Primary, we are encouraged to celebrate diversity!  In August we explored how we are ALL DIFFERENT but we are ALL SPECIAL!

We made 'character collages' to represent ourselves.  We talked about how we all have different colours of hair, eyes and skin. 

We all like different colours, different clothes, different subjects, different animals, different toys, different stories and different programmes.  DIVERSITY is to be celebrated... If we were all the same, the world would be a very boring place!

September / October

Our topic this half term is 'Houses and Homes.'  We have been learning about this through lots of different subjects - Literacy, Numeracy, ICT, Art, Music and even PE! 

During Activity Based Learning, all of our activities have been linked to 'Houses and Home.'  Here are some photographs to show what we have been doing and learning.

Click on the star below to see some more photos of us learning.

Picture 1

In RE, we have been learning what homes were like in the Bible and stories about 'Houses and Homes.' 

In Music, we have had great fun creating sound effects to accompany the stories.  We have also been learning building songs. 

Sound stories

Sound stories 1
Sound stories 2
Sound stories 3
Sound stories 4
In ICT, we used 'Colour Magic' to create pictures of different types of houses - detached, semi-detached, terraced houses, bungalows and blocks of flats.  We printed and saved our work.  We put it up on the wall so everyone could see!

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