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Friday 20th November

 

What a super week Primary 4 had this week - we started off the week with our Odd Socks Day to celebrate the beginning of Anti-Bullying week. The pupils also participated in a variety of activities that focused on recognising the different types of bullying while also looking at things we can do if we find ourselves in similar situations. The pupils finished the week by drafting and writing their own Acrostic Poems on the theme of Bullying. Primary 4 also enjoyed plenty of PE this week with Oisin from Ulster GAA as well as exploring the gymnastics apparatus which was very challenging. Congratulations to Kaci-Leigh and Lily who were our Pupils of the Week 👏👏

 

Friday 13th November


P4 had another great week in school - we were extremely busy with our independent writing on the topic of Healthy Lifestyles along with plenty of Maths including improving our addition skills and focusing on Weight and weighing various items in the classroom using a range of scales. We finished off the week participating in an Anti-Bullying assembly in preparation for Anti-Bullying week next week and designing our own ‘Children in Need’ posters. Congratulations to our pupils of the week Maci Hamill, Aaron Kelly McCartan and Amanda Prislova 👏👏

 

Bubble Club - Parachutes

 

At our Bubble Club this week made we designed, created and flew our own parachutes. The pupils really developed their design and practical and skills through this excellent STEAM activity and we had great fun in watching them fly and land properly. Well done to everyone who participated this week 👌

Friday 6th November
 

Bubble Club

 

On Thursday the Primary 4 class really enjoyed their Bubble Club where they made their own Tornados - the children worked very independently throughout the session and enjoyed experimenting with the different colours of glitter and glue😀

On Wednesday the P4 participated in a variety of Drama activities through the areas of Religion and Drama. The pupils really enjoyed ‘Twenty Questions’ during Religion where they had to guess the person on the paper stuck to their forehead - the activity focused on the children learning to ask sensible questions to work out an answer. In the afternoon Mr McKelvey played some really engaging games where the pupils are challenged to improve their personalities and traits in front of their peers - I think we all really enjoyed ‘Wink the Murder’ and the dramatic deaths.

Primary 4 focused this week on creating and designed their own Marvellous Potions as we are nearing the end of our class novel ‘George’s Marvellous Medicine’. The pupils had to write about how they would make their potions and then got the opportunity to create and design their own potion bottles.

Our Own Marvellous Potions!

Friday 16th October

Primary 4 had a super week with their substitute teacher, Miss McCaughey.

Continuing on with our topic of ‘Healthy Living’, we learnt about different types of food from various countries around the world. We did some independent research on the iPads and learnt about foods we had never heard of or tried before! We then got to taste a selection of foods from different countries like nachos, naan bread, fortune cookies and donuts. We played music from these countries and did some dressing up! For PE this week, Primary 4 learnt some dance sequences from dance-trained Miss McCaughey. We went outside as much as possible in the lovely weather, and completed our World Around Us lesson on heartrate in the playground. We explored how different types exercise changed the speed of our heartbeat. Today we finished the week off with some Halloween treats and a movie.

a movie.

Friday 9th October

Primary four had a great three days of school this week! We started work on bar charts and familiarised ourselves with this data handling method through interactive games on the whiteboard. We then used our bodies to create a whole-class bar chart on our favourite colours. This week we also managed to make spellings fun! We used Scrabble tiles to work out how many points each of our spellings would get us. We then tried to make the highest scoring 3- and 4- letter words that we could think of! We completed a lovely art activity in our Bubble club on Thursday. We created beautiful Autumn trees using our fingers to create the leaves. The finished paintings are amazing! On Friday we also celebrated our fantastic pupils of the week – Sophia Douglas and Tristan McCrissican. Looking forward to another super week next week.

Friday 25th September 

 

A shorter week in school but a very busy and enjoyable week; the pupils in Primary 4 have elected Aaron as their Eco-council representative and we have no doubt that he will do an excellent job. Pupils really enjoyed Activity Based Learning where they enhanced their learning through participating in board games, jigsaws and online Numeracy games on the iPads. 

Friday 18th September 

 

Primary 4 had an extremely busy and enjoyable week with everybody very well settled into their new class by this stage. Pupils experienced their first Drama session with Mr McKelvey and really enjoyed making Freeze Frames of positive friendship and their new favourite game ‘Splat’. In Literacy the pupils are really enjoying our class novel ‘George’s Marvellous Medicine’ while in Numeracy the pupils finished off the week with a Shape Hunt looking for 2D Shapes around the school. We selected our class representative for the new Student Council so well done to Michael Keenan - we know he will do a great job representing our class. Congratulations must also go to Kaci-Leigh and Tristan who were our two Pupils of the Week.

Friday 11th September 
 

The pupils in Primary 4 have worked very hard this week and are now really well settled into the school year. This week the pupils took their learning outdoors in Maths with a Number Trail around the school grounds and we ended the week with a Roald Dahl themed day with a particular focus on ‘Matilda’ in our class. Congratulations to our latest pupils of the week - Poppy and Orin 👏👏

Friday 4th September 
 

Primary 4 had another very busy and fun-filled week. We worked extremely hard with our Numbers to 50 and 100 through practical games and activities and were introduced to our writing topic of Persuasive Adverts. In Religion we discussed the importance of being good friends to each other and enjoyed the sorting activities in WAU in which we worked through our Healthy Lifestyles theme. Congratulations to our first two Pupils of the Week who were Olivia and Conor ðŸ‘ðŸ‘

Friday 28th August
 

The Primary 4 class enjoyed their first week back to school and everybody has settled into their new classroom very well. We worked very hard on the new school routines, revised our number work through a range of games, read three storybooks and were introduced to our new topic 'Healthy Lifestyles'. On Friday we finished the week off with a very exciting Ice Cream treat.

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