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Homework 01/05/2019

Today we have homework!

This weeks home work comprises of two parts:

Part one are the spellings you must learn for next week:

If You are on Nelson book 4 – These are you Spellings.

If You are on Nelson book 5 – These are you Spellings.

If you are on Nelson book 6 – These are your Spellings

The Second Activity involves a mini project using Google Classroom.

If you are doing this on a phone or tablet you will need to download the Google Classroom APP. its free.

The code to get into the classroom is:

oppdrl

The name of the class is Primary IDL Project.

You will need to login with your username and password.

Dates for your diary!


Important Dates for May

  1. Monday – May 6th Bank Holiday
  2. Tuesday – May 7th Inset Day – School Closed.
  3. Tuesday – 14th May 17:00 –  20:00 – Parent Interviews
  4. Thursday  – 16th May: Maths Challenge St. Machar Academy (4 Pupils attending)
  5. Thursday – 16th May: 16:00-18:00 –  Parent Interviews
  6. 27th May (Monday Afternoon) –  30th May (Thursday Morning) – Primary 7 Transition at St. Machar
  7. Tuesday 4th June – School Sports Day.

Homework: 24/04/2019

Homework will now be on Wednesday and will be handed in at the latest on the following Monday.

Today’s homework comprises of a Maths worksheet on timetables and this weeks spellings.

You can download a copy of the maths sheet here

There is one spelling sheet as well, where you need to learn the spellings and copy them three times.

There are 4 sheets here. Please make sure you download the correct sheet:

Book 4 – Unit 5

Book 4 – Unit 7

Book 5 – Unit 5

Book 6 – Unit 7

Welcome back

Welcome back after the Easter break. I hope you all had time off with your families and were able to rest and relax.


I can’t quite believe that we are into term 4 and he last term for the children here in Riverbank. As there are some many activities taking place I will keep you all regularly updated apart from the general school letters and messages that you will normally receive.


Towards the end of last term. Some pupils were becoming a little “relaxed “or forgetful about bringing in in their P.E. kit. Physical education is on Thursday’s and it is very important, especially with the warm weather that the children change into their P.E. kit for Physical education and back into uniform afterwards.


I look forward to seeing you all during the term.
Kind Regards

Andrew Boulind