Homework has been given out both on TEAMs and in hard copy, however the hard copies mean that the links are not accessible. Please find below the homework grids until the October Holidays with clickable links.
Children should do a maximum of 30 minutes of focused work everyday. They should select 2-3 activities from the main grid, and then 1 activity from the French and Spanish grids per week. They will also have Sumdog challenges every week. Spelling words will be uploaded here weekly, as well as on TEAMs. This week, your child will be working on their tricky words which they have been issued in class.
French ‘My Family’ homework can also be completed on the ‘Mi Familia’ sheet as I could not edit it from the Spanish version. Please get in touch at email@example.com or on TEAMs ‘Ask Miss Hepburn’ if you or your child need any support with their homework.
If you are handing in hard copies of work, please submit them on a Thursday morning which allows them to disinfect for 72hrs before I can mark them on a Monday morning.
Please click on the below presentation to find out information about the new arrangements we have put in place to welcome you all back! Looking forward to seeing you this week.
Please find below further information regards the measures in place to ensure a smooth and safe transition back into school:
Returning to School Letter 2020
Please find below information from City of Edinburgh Council about the start of session next week.
We will be sending you out further arrangements tomorrow.
We are really looking forward to welcoming all of our learners back.
With the Scottish Government announcement about children returning to school we know many families will have lots of questions and mixed feelings over the next couple of weeks. The Health and Wellbeing, Parent and Carers Support and Psychological Services teams have been busy working with the Parent and Carer Support Collaborative to produce training and resources to support the wellbeing of parents, carers, children, young people.
We all want to help children and young people make as smooth a transition as possible back into school and to feel safe and happy there. We would are therefore delighted to launch the Edinburgh Back to School campaign across the city to reach as many families as possible. Here are some Back to School Tips to help!
Building Resilience – Back to School Tips
To Our Wonderful P7’s
The time has come to say goodbye. You have been such an amazing class. Good luck for starting high school. Reach for the stars. We will miss you.
Mrs Hunter and Everyone at Sighthill Primary School
Here is your last assembly of this school year. It is in two parts……this is part one!!! Part two is in the previous post. Hope you all have a lovely holiday. Take care and we will see you in August.
This is part two of the assembly – looking back at this school year.
Click the link to access the latest news from Maximise. It has helpful information about Tax Credits and Best Start Grants. This may be of interest to anyone who has a child reaching the age of 5 as you may be eligible for a £250 grant. The Best Start Scheme also includes grants for newborns and toddlers aged 2 – 3.5 as well as help with the cost of healthy foods. More information and how to apply can be found in the newsletter.
P7’s……Mrs Dunn is about to announce this year’s Citizenship Award Winner…