Each week our class teachers will use Learning Journals to send home a Learning Grid to help you with your child’s Home Learning. Below you will find all of the Learning Grids that have been sent (including those that were sent during the last lockdown too).
For our P4 parents: further resources such as worksheets / presentations may have also been sent using Learning Journals.
For our P5-P7 children: all resources are available by accessing Microsoft Teams and going to the relevant channels (General, Maths, Literacy, Other Areas).
Week Beginning – 8th March 2021 [THE FINAL ONES!!!]
Week Beginning – 1st March 2021
Week Beginning – 22nd February 2021
Week Beginning – 15th February 2021
Week Beginning – 1st February 2021
Week Beginning – 25th January 2021
Week Beginning – 18th January 2021
Week Beginning – 11th January 2021
Week Beginning – 22nd June 2020
This week is a Transition Focus Week – as it would have been if we had been in school. The activities focus on three main areas:
- The Transition Passport
- Celebrating This Year
- Looking Forward
Please note the Nursery and P7 grids are slightly different so they match their own transition activities.
Week Beginning – 15th June 2020
Week Beginning – 8th June 2020
Week Beginning – 1st June 2020
Health and Wellbeing Week
This week is a Health & Wellbeing Week – as it would have been if we had been in school. The Learning Grid below is a family Learning Grid and will contain a variety of different activities and tasks for the whole family to participate in. This will culminate on Friday with our virtual ‘Sports Day’ organised by Mrs MacLennan and our P7 Sports Captains.
Week Beginning – 25th May 2020
Week Beginning – 19th May 2020
Week Beginning – 11th May 2020
Week Beginning – 5th May 2020
Week Beginning – 27th April 2020
Week Beginning – 21st April 2020
Week Beginning – 23rd March 2020
Generic Learning Grids
A generic activity grid for the Early, First and Second level of the curriculum can be found by clicking the link below. This link also includes the letter sent out by Mrs MacLean prior to the school closure: