- Category: Primary 5
- Published: Thursday, 10 June 2021 14:57
Recently Primary 5 have been taking the opportunity to utilize the sunshine as best they could by getting outdoors for their Forest School Activity. Everyone worked superbly in their small groups to identify the rivers of Northern Ireland and create a name frame from a wide variety of natural resources. Mrs Williamson and Mrs Peacocke were SO proud of the final results and also by the very positive comments made by the children. They all expressed enjoyment of the outdoor activities and definitely know their Northern Ireland rivers! Well done everyone.
Primary 5 recently enjoyed their Minecraft Numeracy Task. They have been revising Perimeter and how they can use an equation to find the Perimeter of shapes. The children were tasked to build their own shapes using the Minecraft App with specific Perimeters. Everyone participated in this activity and enjoyed working in small groups. We hope to be able to use this App again to help us with our topic of Area in Term 3.
Primary 5 have been busy raising awareness for Anti-Bullying Week 2020. They discussed ways to prevent bullying in their peer groups. Everyone presented a message to stand united against bullying. Well done to Mrs Peacocke and Mrs Williamson's class for putting this video together. Watch the link below to hear the important message from each individual pupil.
On Wednesday the 7th October both Mrs Williamson's and Mrs Peacocke's Primary 5 children embarked on an EGYPTIAN ADVENTURE. They all came to school dressed as Egyptians and spent an activity filled day based completely around their World Around Us topic of The Egyptians. Everyone looked spectacular and a big thanks goes to all the parents who helped this day be a great success with supporting us with the excellent costumes and accessories!!
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