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Here is Hannah's baking - 'Sheep' cupcakes. Some impressive creativity on show!

Zach has organised and presented the data well on his bar graph. Good work!

Izzy making it happen by creating this healthy soup dish. A great meal idea!

Next up is a creative pattern effort from Georgia. Practicing and applying her knowledge of angles in the process. Well done Georgia!

Great example of a letter from the 'War and Conflict' topic from Weronika

Hey Everybody, I remembered how much P5S all loved doing PE and Daily Mile. I have found Joe Wicks' daily PE lesson on YouTube is a positive and energising way to start the day. I hope you can all join me in taking part every day if you're not already doing so. Take care everybody and I'll leave you with some snaps of my efforts from this morning πŸ’ͺπŸ€Έβ€β™‚οΈπŸƒβ€β™‚οΈ

21.4.20 **Update** Tuesday's number problem should read -Laura has a box of counters For every 2 red counters there are 5 blue ones Laura removes 36 blue counters from the box There are now the same amount of red and blue counters in the box How many red counters were in the box at the start? **working for the answer is attached in accompanying word document**

Website links for suggested sites to access during school closure. 



Free access for parents for full curriculum activities / worksheets etc…


Coding / ICT skills – clear online tutorials:


Writing skills / story beginnings to be continued (please select shorter examples for younger children)


Various familiar maths games:


Spelling activities:



Superb work young man!

Pupils bringing the 'wow' factor to their work today

Grace was selected to play an important role as part of the Aladdin pantomime, held at the Maltings over the Christmas holidays. Along with this Grace is also a committed swimmer. Keep it up Grace - your achievements are inspiring for others!

Pictures from the recent 'Stovilicious' event. It was great to have so many of the students' family members present, helping to create such a positive experience

Primary 5S have been working on their imaginative story boards this morning. Some excellent pieces of work have been created :)

The next pupil we look to celebrate for their achievements outside of school is Dominic Antulis. Dominic is making great progress in his sport of swimming. Good job Dominic!

It is important to recognise hard work and commitment and celebrate the achievements of pupils not just within the class but also successes outwith school. The first student we would like to recognise from Primary 5S is Spencer Virtue. Spencer has been excelling in his sport of Tae Kwon Do. Keep up the good work Spencer!

Some pictures from recent lessons

Merry Christmas to all from P5S

Hi all! Welcome to the Primary 5S class page

P5S pupil council members Grace and Dominic

P5S learning how to make muesli (5.11.19)

Charli, Nieve and Courtney during Muesli recipe writing lesson