Category Archives: P3 red 2019

Thank you

Thank you to all our children, parents, staff and supporters for your tremendous efforts over the last week or so as we have all been learning about digital resources to stay…

Teaching your children at home

We are using Google Classroom to share lessons each day. If you have a problem with log in details, please e-mail stpeters@aberdeencity.gov.uk and you will be sent your child’s user…

Parentline

Please click this link for information on Parentline. This is another support for families across Aberdeen City. 00892 Parentline A5 leaflet2up_v2 Parentline is a website, help line, text and webchat…

Online learning

Parent-Support-Digital-Learning-Using-Google 20th March 2020 newsletter St Peter’s School Guide to Learning at Home Parents-Lent-Newsletter-2020 I hope the links above will help children and their families to access the learning materials…

P3 Red visit to Tillydrone Library.

To conclude our topic about the Doric language, we visited Tillydrone Library. You can find the link to the library and information on how to apply for membership here. We…

Term3 P3R

Term 3 At the end of the second term we enjoyed our Christmas party, we played games, shared a meal together and received a little gift at the end. During…

Christmas Fayre

P3 Red together with P3 Blue had their own stall to raise money for classroom activities during the Christmas Fayre arranged by the Parent Council. Pupils enjoyed making bags of…

P3 Red -The Nativity show ‘Hey Ewe’

Our topic this term was the Nativity. During the preparation for the show, we were learning our lines and songs. We made costumes and learned all the actions for the…

Book Week Scotland in Primary 3 Red

Book Week in Primary 3 Red Children had a lovely trip to Tillydrone Library and had a chance to choose reading books for enjoyment. Ten children brought their library cards…

Summary of Term 1 in Primary 3 Red

Literacy Our phonemes last term were: Week 1 – /ue/, /aw/, /oi/ Week 2 – /au/, /ew/, /ow/ Week 3 – /ou/, /igh/, /y/ Week 4 – /i-e/, /o-e/, /e-e/…