Kirkhill Primary School

A Magnificent Monday!

We’ve had a great day with everyone super-keen to do their jobs and raring to go! ‘C’ was the new sound for today and we read stories, spotted the c sound in books and made caterpillars that are climbing up our classroom window! We also had a go at blending some sounds together and seeing if we could read some new words. Everyone tried really hard at this and we even had someone who could read every word they saw! We’ll keep working away at blending sounds as it is tricky but once we get it, we’ll be off and running!

This afternoon we had a look at a model of the human body and had great fun taking it apart and finding out about our internal organs. We focused on the heart and the job it does; see if your child can remember one thing they learned about this incredible organ.

For the next four weeks we have a student teacher working with us in P1, please join me in welcoming Ms Helen MacLean to our lovely class!

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    Wendy

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    Always keeping very busy!
    Looks like fun.

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      Primary 1

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      They do like to be busy! Lots of learning and fun going on?!

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    Alexandra Dean Macleod

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    Another fantastic Monday in P1. I do enjoy looking through the photos and seeing what they are all up too. Although Ieuan likes to look at the ones of just him!! Lol

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    Suzi MacDonald

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    Abby is living learning about the body – she cannot stop telling me where pee and poo come from!! Loving all the pics and being kept up to date with what they’re all up to!

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      Primary 1

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      They’re all quite fascinated with their bowels! Lots of hilarity in class! Hope Abby’s feeling better and we see her back at school soon?

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      Mrs Roberta Robertson

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      Ciara seems to be loving every minute and it’s fun listening to her accounts of the activities. Tonight she compiled a list of over 25+ words beginning with “P”; Thankfully, she left “Pee and Poo” to the last! 🙂 I’m so glad we’re not the only ones!! 🙂

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        Primary 1

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        Excellent!! I’m glad to hear Ciara is entertaining you with all her stories from school; she does seem to be enjoying herself in P1!

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    Suzi MacDonald

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    She has spent the afternoon putting me in the recovery position, drawing pictures of bones & blood and arranging her number flash cards in order…so not a totally wasted afternoon!

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      Primary 1

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      Ahhh…that’s lovely to hear! I hope you weren’t thrown around too much as she practised her first aid!!

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    Susan

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    Lovely pictures! Sam enjoyed the talk on the human body, he keeps telling us our bodies really are amazing!! Great project for them

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