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Welcome to Primary 7!
 
We work hard every day with our teacher Miss Dobbin and our classroom assistants Mrs Kavanagh and Miss Stinton. We love to learn in a fun and interactive way.

 

                                                    

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Tuesday 23 June

Hi Primary 7, officially we are moving into your last week in Cranmore with your Leavers’ assembly this Friday 26 June at 11:00am. However, we are going to run a virtual Sports Day on Monday 29 June and we would love it if you joined in too.

 

Today’s work:

Numeracy

Mental Maths-Tuesday Column

Last page in your maths Packs- Core task- Upload to Numeracy Assessment Folder.

 

Literacy

Next 2 days in English in Practice

If you haven’t done so already, send me video of your one favourite memory of Cranmore for the Virtual Assembly. Please send to me by 1:30pm. You can record on your phone. Core task- Upload to Transition Video Folder.

 

Transition Project Be Awesome, Go Big Session 8- Friendships and Fallouts

I will be doing this lesson at 12:15pm on Collaborate

https://eu.bbcollab.com/guest/640734daeb444af4a73b8ab9e5eab7b8

 

Reading

Read Chapter 22 of Goodnight Mr Tom. This is a sad one, it is the second last chapter, only one more to go. Enjoy! Already in your journal.

Monday 22 June

Hi Primary 7, officially we are moving into your last week in Cranmore with your Leavers’ assembly this Friday 26 June at 11:00am. However, we are going to run a virtual Sports Day on Monday 29 June and we would love it if you joined in too.

 

Today’s work:

Numeracy

Mental Maths-Monday Column

30 mins Mathletics

 

Literacy

Next 2 days in English in Practice

 

Transition Project Be Awesome, Go Big Session 7- What is normal anyway?

I will be doing this lesson at 11:00am on Collaborate. The link is in your Seesaw Journal.

 

Reading

Read Chapter 21 of Goodnight Mr Tom. Just read for enjoyment! Already in your journal.

Home Learning Support for Pupils and Parents

Good morning parents and pupils, we find ourselves in very unfamiliar circumstances today and it will take us all time to adjust. We are here to support you as best we can. We understand that everyone's circumstances and approaches are different. We will be making suggestions on a daily basis of what learning your child could do but please note these are only suggestions. We will encourage your child to share some of what they are doing so we can celebrate their efforts and be there to answer any questions they may have. We know that many parents will be working from home or have more than one child to support so we are attempting to make learning for older children as independent as possible. Most importantly, take care of yourselves and each other.

Our topic this half term is:

Second World War

We will be learning all about The Second World War and its impact on children. We will look at:

  • The Outbreak of War
  • Rationing
  • The Blitz
  • Evacuation
  • Propaganda Posters and their message
  • The role of N. Ireland.
  • The Role of Women in the War Effort.

Planting Our Orchard

We are extremely privileged to have been part of an NIE Tree Planting Project along with the Conservation Volunteers. As part of this project, pupils from Primary 6 and Primary 7 worked with Mrs Rea, Neville and Olga from Conservation Volunteers and a representative from NIE to plant apple, pear, damson, plum and cooking apple trees in the school grounds to make our own orchard. The project was fully funded by NIE and we are looking forward to the fruits of our labour.

Orchard Planting with Neville from Conservation Volunteers

The Cranmore Times

Maggie and Lorelei have setup our own class newspaper. They work in collaboration with other members of the class writing, editing and publishing 'The Cranmore Times'. This involves lots of hard work. Congratulations to all those involved in this superb work. This represents your many talents! Click on the links below andenjoy the read! Please note, these stories may not be true???smiley

Cranmore News Edition 1

Cranmore News Edition 2

Writer in Residence

This term we have been working with Shelley Tracey, a local poet. We began by working on poetry. We learned about lots of different poetic techniques and explored poems by lots of different children's poets. We have written many of our own poems. We read 'Ark' by Simon Armitage, poet Laureate for 2019 and wrote our own class poem response. We called it 'Refresh the World.' We have created our own display to illustrate the poem and we have made it into a performance poem.

 

 

 

Uberheroes

In P7 we are always extremely busy but we know it is important to look after our own health and well-being. We have had the pleasure to work together with Uberheroes to raise awareness on mental health and spread the word. It is as important to look after your mental health as it is to do after your physical health.

Cinemagic Special Effects

Who hasn't ever dreamed of becoming a Hollywood star? But would it be the same without those amazing special effects and make up artists? No. That's why we brought a bit of that magic to our class and look at the results. Can you even guess who is behind the "masks"?

                   Life Exhibition (Bethany Church)

 

One of the many perks of being in P7 is the outside learning visits. In this one we went to Bethany Church to visit our friends and their Life Exhibition.

                                     Pupil Council

We have finally chosen our student council for this year and it will be amazing. After a tough election we chose these two amazing representatives.

                                   Halloween

Braaaaaains!!! Welcome to spooky 7 where we love Halloween and even better than a happy Halloween is a yummy one!! so we were making scary delicious.... let's just say chocolate and jam cookies (if you want to believe it).

Crumlin Road Gaol

Welcome to jail. No worries we didn't come for the wrong reasons but to learn obviously smiley. What an impressive visit P7 truly enjoyed their time in jail.

Pancake Tuesday!

I mean, is there anything else to add here? Enjoy as much as we did.

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  • 47 Finaghy Road North, Belfast, BT10 0JB
  • Telephone : 028 9066 4410
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