To help support our children, we’re trying to get a variety of texts and reading materials into our classrooms. If you have any donatations that you could make to the school then please hand them into the school office or Mrs Walker.
A leaflet has been created for all pupils with regards to bullying and bullying behaviours. This has been shared with all pupils by class teachers. A copy of the leaflet will be coming home to pupils shortly.
In school this week we have been exploring concentration. In Assembly, we took part in staring contest, listened to our P7 pupils discussing concentration and levitation, and even watched Dynamo’s concentration skills in action!
We are creating our character for concentration and look forward to sharing it with you soon.
Please find attached our flowchart for contacting the school with any questions, concerns or complaints. This has been sent home to parents previously, but is sent again for your information. A paper copy will come home with the school newsletter.
Both ourselves and Mayfield Primary Schools are looking for parent helpers to support us in creating resources to be used by all pupils for numeracy across the two schools.
Please see the attached poster. If you have some free time and would like to help, please contact your school office.
Thank you in advance for your support! mayfield-and-st-lukes-help-poster
Today in assembly, we explored what it means to be resourceful. We learned a new strategy: C3B4ME – where we try three strategies when we think we need support before we ask the teacher. We now have a resourceful toolkit strategy to use in class!
We watched this short film by Channel 4’s Supervet! He was really resourceful when his team had exhausted all possibilities to save Tiger the Cat! Watch it to see what we mean!
We then watched a short film by Bear Grylls. He didn’t have any water but showed his resourcefulness in finding water in the jungle!