Primary 4

Living History Day in P4

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

      

 

 

 

On Monday all of our Primary 4 children came to school as evacuees. They prepared name labels and identity cards and imagined what it would have been like for children in the 1940s. 

After some sport with Mr Moran, the P4 classes created maps showing where they were hiding sweets. Then other groups had to use their map reading skills to find the sweets.

In the afternoon a present day army man came to talk to our P4 pupils about what life in the army is like in the present day.

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P4G - Learning about Length

Mr Gault's class went outside in small groups today to learn about length. After discussing how we can measure lines using non-standard units, such as our feet (which are all different sizes), they all had the opportunity to measure lines using trundle wheels (focusing on metres; standard units). Each group had printouts of an aerial view of the school and were given specific lines in which they had to measure. The children thoroughly enjoyed getting outside to use this measuring equipment.

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