Good Morning, Week 1 Working from home - click here Here is a list of activities that can be completed at home for any children in isolation. I would love to see any of the children's work so please share on twitter or via email through the school office.
Last week an email was shared with parents and carers with attached our Parent Questionnaire. We would like to thank everyone who has responded so far it has been great feedback for the nursery to receive these and will allow us to continue to improve! Below is the link to our Questionnaire, If you have ... Continue reading Parent Questionnaire →
We understand at the moment that parents and carers are not experiencing their child's nursery experience as we used to before. Below we have created and attached learning sways for each bubble, this will give you an overview of their learning and interests within their bubble, and some the experiences and activities they are taking ... Continue reading Nursery Update →
P1-3 parents, if you haven't already read and returned the Seesaw permission slip sent home before the October holiday and wish your child to be part of this exciting opportunity, please do so ASAP. Many thanks, Mr Weir
Please click the link below to access our Primary 1 Phonics and Reading workshop. https://sway.office.com/eEWH26DJPN0QBgSr?ref=Link&loc=play We hope you find it useful in supporting your child's learning.
Following on from the schools Meet the Teacher sways, As a nursery we have created a sway introducing you to our nursery team, how the nursery works, a look around the nursery and some additional information. Please follow the link below for an insight into Simpson Nursery Class. https://sway.office.com/EOrGpEB5iIysVsAv?ref=Link
Please follow the links below for your child's year group/class to find out important information about what your child can expect from the year ahead at Simpson Primary School. P1 https://sway.office.com/sotKFXtAT7ypi2sH?ref=Link P2A https://sway.office.com/iNvSQe4ybqJiRMdq?ref=Link P2B https://sway.office.com/IqtuooQWmyv8gy9d?ref=Link P2C https://sway.office.com/92CF3Cw49WmmhRdi?ref=Link P3 https://sway.office.com/7xGER9FaPONpzsyO?ref=Link&loc=play P4 https://sway.office.com/tcctDWBIHG4iastF?ref=Link&loc=play P5 https://sway.office.com/oXrqxLEnz1zkFh7x?ref=Link P6 https://sway.office.com/0jRbCC1hGV3idaYa P7 https://sway.office.com/UB7YVGecVrpYz1C0?ref=Link
Rannoch Class had a really busy week in the garden, learning new gardening skills which included transporting soil using the wheelbarrow, raking the soil, sawing some wood, screwing nails into the fence slats using a cordless screwdriver, all skills they will need and sure will use when they have all grown up! They made bird ... Continue reading Gardening and other Learning with Rannoch Class w.e 18.9.20 →
Wow What a quick term this has been, I hope you all enjoy the September break! We have been busy getting back into the swing of things in Primary 3 and I have been super impressed with everyone so far! We have been learning how to logon to the laptops with our own username and ... Continue reading Primary 3 →
P6 have been creating a descriptive setting this week linked to our class novel, The Nowhere Emporium. We explored the use of figurative language and discovered how useful our senses can be when writing. We also looked at the structure of our sentences and challenged ourselves to alter the order and extend them. "My eyes ... Continue reading P6 Update →
Primary 1 have had another super week in school. Our teachers are so proud of them! Here are some of their thoughts... Laila - I liked doing the jigsaws. I did it all. It's a choo choo one. David - I liked doing everything! Connor - I made number 6. I liked the story, Katie ... Continue reading Primary 1 update →
Every day Primary 2 enjoy the opportunity to read a story in class. We choose a book from our class library, and after reading it we swap books with the person sitting beside us, This morning, Mrs Swanston was so impressed at how well we were doing with reading! Some of us even got stickers ... Continue reading Primary 2 love reading! →