Welcome back everyone to 2021. Not quite the start of the year we were hoping for but hopefully before too long life will return to normal and we can all look back at the last year and breath a long sigh of relief. I hope you all had a lovely Christmas and New Year and I hope all the kids enjoyed their holidays, I am missing them so please give them a big hug from me.
I have put up work for the rest of this week which you will find below this message.The children can complete the work as you see fit and return to me on email@example.com. If you have any queries at all please get in tough. Looking forward to hearing from you all soon. Aideen O Braonain
Welcome to P4 2020/2021
I hope you are all staying safe and well in what can only be the strangest back to school term ever. To begin with school life is very different: children sitting in rows; not seeing their family members during the day; staying in their own bubbles and all with separate playtimes, but all done to keep us safe and well through this pandemic. Despite all this the children seem to be delighted to be back in school, seeing their friends, playing and learning and getting back into routine. Along side the teaching of Numeracy, Literacy and World Around Us we will endeavour to give the children time to talk about their worries and to discuss COVID in a child friendly way. We will also continue delivering the PATHS programme which helps all our children develop confidence and resilience. We will also spend time outdoors where they can make the most of the good weather in Leafy Hollow and the Trim Trail. Over the next few weeks I will be putting up lots of pictures of the children and will be adding links to computer games etc that the children can use to help reinforce concepts we have taught in class.
If you have any concerns or worries please do not hesitate to contact me on the e mail below firstname.lastname@example.org or by phoning school.
Follow the link below to the P5 Mental Wellbeing page:
Welcome to our Primary 4 class page. During the year you can find lots of pictures and videos of what the children in Primary 4 have been up to. You will also find lots of useful links for the children to use based on their topics and many Literacy and Numeracy games to extend homework.
If there are any concerns at all over the term please do not hesitate to call in.
Aideen O Braonain