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Primary 4 - Mrs. Weir and Mrs Hanlon

Welcome to Primary 4

P4 have been working very hard learning all the different rules for making singular words into plural words. Here we are playing games and completing activities to help us. We worked really well in our groups and had great fun learning too!

Last Tuesday P4 travelled to the Palace Stables for a World War 2 themed day. We met an Evacuation Officer who explained about rations and being evacuated. We also visited an Anderson Shelter and made identity cards and evacuaton labels. We cracked a secret code wih an American G.I soldier and practised marching and handling a rifle. We really enjoyed our trip and learnt so much about what life was like during the war. 

Primary 4 really enjoyed taking part in this years production of Jack and the Beanstalk. You all looked fantastic and played your parts really well!

P4 enjoyed wearing their jolly jazzy jumpers for our Christmas Jumper Day. Can you recognise your own child in their Christmas disguise?

Mrs Moneypenny made her own bread. P4 decided to try and make their own wheaten bread. We followed the recipe carefully and everyone had a little job to do! We really enjoyed eating the warm, baked delicious bread. Well done P4 - You are all star bakers!

P4 enjoyed a wonderful trip to Moneypenny's Lock. On the way we spotted and named trees and berries. We visited the Bothy, the house and the Blacksmith's workshop. We learned about the Moneypenny family and how they lived and worked. The weather was lovely and we even had time to eat, play and explore the beautiful surroundings at Moneypenny's Lock. A big thank you to the museum services and the parents for helping with our transport. 

P4 had great fun celebrating Roald Dahl Day. Please scroll down and have a little look at what we got up to!

We had great fun choosing our summer themed props for a special photo. Can you recognise your own child in their summer disguise?

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