P3/4

Session 2019/20

Tuesday 21st April – First Aid

Please see below the instructions for the First Aid sessions today.

First Aid Skills Instructions

Time Capsule

Please see below a document with all of the Time Capsule suggestions for Monday – Friday.

Time Capsule – All activities

Monday 20th April

Here are the Power-points that you require for today.

Your Brilliant Brain P1-3 Your Brilliant Brain P4-7 Time Capsule

Our P3/4 class for session 2019-20 is taught by Mr Spicer. There are 21 pupils in the class and our classroom is in Room 1B.

Meet our teacher …

 

August 2018

Our P3 class for session 2018-19 is taught by Mrs Crawford. There are 15 pupils in the class and our classroom is in Room 1A.

Meet our teacher…

Week commencing Monday 27th August

Please see below a copy of our Welcome Newsletter for this session:

P3

We Loved Learning About Egypt

Primary 3 thoroughly enjoyed their Egypt topic.  They learned about the Ancient Egyptian way of life and how it differs to their own.  They carried out STEM challenges, science experiments, researched different artifacts, gods and pharaohs, made Egyptian bread, replica mummies and sarcophagi, scarab beetles, amulets, pharaoh portraits, canopic jars, papyrus paper and Tutankhamen’s death masks. They learned how to write in hieroglyphs and wrote messages to each other.  They also learned the story of Moses and how he rescued the slaves from Egypt. At the end of our topic we held an Egypt’s Got Talent contest where the children had to pretend to be a god of their choice and we voted for who we thought was the best – Anubis won – god of embalming and the dead.

Friday 23rd November 2018

Primary 3 have had a fantastic time learning about Ancient Egypt and were lucky to go to the University of Aberdeen today to see their Ta-Kheru exhibition.  Here we got see Ta-Kheru’s mummified body and her external coffin (sarcophagus); we learned that she had two coffins; an internal coffin and an external coffin (the lid of the inner coffin is still in Germany).  We also saw what she would have looked like when she was alive and a holographic projection of what was under the bandages through technology from CT scans. As well as this we handled ancient Egyptian artifacts and made our own amulet necklaces.

Susan Curran from the University shared her knowledge of Egypt and the exhibition with us.
Canopic Jar which held Ta-Kheru’s liver.
A comb and a tray (fish) for holding their eye make-up.
Ta-Kheru’s mummy.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Ta-Kheru’s sarcophagus.

 

Ta-Kheru was an old woman when she died.

 

 

 

Holographic image of Ta-Kheru’s skeleton.

 

 

 

 

 

 

The Eyes of Horus amulets.
Make-up tray.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Making amulet necklaces.

 

 

Jillian Evans, Head of Health Intelligence at NHS Grampian, talked us through why experts are worried about the COVID cases in Aberdeenshire.

Today marks the official launch of Live Life Well Aberdeenshire.

For info, activities, and programmes aimed at supporting the health and wellbeing of people living across @Aberdeenshire see: https://bit.ly/LLWShire

Or call (01467) 532929 (8am-8pm, Mon to Sun).

@HSCPshire

Members of our Education and Children’s Services Committee caught up with @AbshireYC & MSYPs this week as part of an ongoing commitment to #youth #engagement.

Concerns around Covid-19, mental health and exams were highlighted as part of the discussion:
https://bit.ly/3o06DSs

Aberdeenshire at a glance. Rising numbers of COVID cases could put us in level 3 if we are not all working to get these numbers down. Image from Public Health Scotland data. http://www.aberdeenshire.gov.uk/covid-19

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