Primary 1 Learning Grid – 22nd -26th June

Well everyone, it’s the last week of the school year and soon it will be the summer holidays! It has been a bit of a strange year but you have been such a wonderful class and we have loved every minute of being your teachers.

Now it is time to think ahead – after the summer you will be moving up into Primary 2! You have grown so much and learned so much this year – be proud of yourselves. We are SO proud of you! Your Primary 1 teachers will miss you lots but your new Primary 2 teachers are so excited and can’t wait to meet you.

In this week’s grid (below and on Learning Journals), we have included a couple of ideas for looking back at your time in Primary 1 and for introducing yourself to your new teachers. Think back and remember all the amazing things you have learned this year… and think about being in Primary 2!

Enjoy your summer holidays boys and girls, you have earned it! Relax, play and have fun – maybe meet up with your friends! Your teachers will be waiting for you at school after the holidays, ready to get started with some new learning – it might be a bit different, but we will do our best together!

Sending you all our love,

Mrs Mackay, Mrs Williams and Mrs Robinson xxx




Sports Week Learning Grid – Primary 1

Hello everyone! We hope you are excited for Sports Week! We have some healthy activities planned for you on this week’s Learning Grid, so we hope you enjoy taking part in these.

Mr Devine has kindly organised a virtual Sports Week for us and you will see videos of your teachers demonstrating events on the school twitter feed and also on the Parent Council Facebook page. This week’s Learning Grid is shown below. It is available to download on Learning Journals as well as some additional materials for scoring, resources and a healthy eating diary! Good luck Primary 1!

As always, try your best and have fun! Remember to share your efforts with us on Learning Journals – we love to see what you are learning at home!


Mrs Mackay, Mrs Williams and Mrs Robinson