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21
SEP

Here at Simpson Nursery Class we are getting used to our new nursery routines, The children are thriving in their learning bubbles and we would like to tell you a little bit more about what they are getting up to. The children have come up with their very own names for their bubbles and are ... Continue reading Nursery Update →

13
AUG

Good morning P2C - it was so nice to meet you all yesterday and I hope you enjoyed your first day back. You were all given a paper copy of your home learning yesterday- it should be in your school bags. Just in case you cannot find it I've attached the 3 optional learning activities ... Continue reading P2C Home Learning Activities - Thursday 13th August 2020 →

13
AUG

To Parent/Guardian Below are guidelines for Home Learning activities to be completed on Thursday at home as part of a phased return to school. 1. All About Me Activity (Health & Wellbeing & Literacy) For this activity children should use the worksheets provided and draw four items which are special to them in their lives ... Continue reading Primary 3 and P3/2 Home Learning - Thursday 13th August →

06
AUG

As we look forward to welcoming our pupils back to school and nursery next week, I thought I would share the 'Back to Calm with Relax Kids' booklet for parents. As children may be worrying or feeling anxious about returning to school or nursery, this booklet contains good information and activities for parents to work ... Continue reading Relax Kids Calm Booklet →

04
JUL

Here is some more little ideas to keep you busy over the holidays if you run out of things to do! By collecting some twigs from the garden or a walk and using any old material in house and some glue, you can be creative and make your own stick character. Really simple activity and ... Continue reading A few more Expressive Arts Ideas!! →

30
JUN

Hello to everyone big and small. We hope you are all well and keeping safe. We have been looking at things we thought you may like to explore or try during the summer holidays. The image below shows a young child playing a game made from recycled cardboard, lollipop sticks, kitchen roll tubes and toilet ... Continue reading EXPRESSIVE ARTS FUN DURING THE SUMMER HOLIDAYS. →

26
JUN

Please find below the link to our final virtual assembly of this school year. Thank you everyone who has engaged with our assemblies this term. We would hope you all have a fantastic summer holiday. Safe safe and we will look forward to seeing you when we return to school in August. https://sway.office.com/0btFT8Tx0QcoI5j0?ref=Link

26
JUN

We can't believe it today is the last day of term. From everyone here at Simpson Nursery class we would like to say a big thankyou to all of the support we've had over the last few months throughout these challenging times and thank our families for staying at home and staying safe. We have ... Continue reading Last Day of Term →

26
JUN

Hello P3 Miss McGregor, Miss Blyth and Mrs Dunsmore have put together a table with some inspiration for your whilst you are off on Summer Holiday. Download the link below if you'd like to give some of them a go P3 Summer Holiday Activities June 2020 Have a great holiday and stay safe! ... Continue reading P3 Summer Holiday Ideas →

26
JUN

Hi everyone in P3A, I have filmed a video to say goodbye and good luck to you all A Farewell to P3A Go to this Sway Here is our special story, that we loved so much this year! Remember there is only one YOU, so be the best you that you can be! Have ... Continue reading A farewell to P3A →

26
JUN

Good morning, I am very sad to think it is the last day of term. BUT we have an assembly at 11:30! Here is a guide to help you log onto Teams. Teams how to guide Best wishes, Mrs Dunsmore

26
JUN

P2/1 I can't believe this is our last day. I have made this video for you to reflect on some of the fun times we have shared this year. I am proud of each one of you and wish you well in the coming year.

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