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Mr Moan & Mrs Harper Titchener
Primary 4/5/6/7

 
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  • P4-7 are working on their engineering project for the Leaders Award. Young Enterprise Scotland have also being working with the children for the inventors challenge.
  • We are participating in the Hi5 Science Project
  • We are currently learning Mandarin. Miss Emily from Beijing comes in to teach us every week          
  • Mr Crookston takes the class for P.E. every Thursday
  • Each day we practise our B.M.T (Better Movers and Thinkers), which is an approach to learning and teaching in physical education designed to develop us to move and think in a more cohesive way                            
  • Our topic is Scotland
                   
 




                                                        
Big Maths: CLIC

Big Maths seeks to address the common lack of confidence shown by children. The 4 elements of CLIC are: Counting, Learn Its, It’s Nothing New! and Calculations. This is the sequence through which everyone develops numeracy.
The pupils are enjoying their daily 20 mental maths questions and feel they are becoming more confident with them everyday.


Talk for Writing

Talk for Writing, developed by Pie Corbett, supported by Julia Strong, is powerful because it is based on the principles of how children learn. It is powerful because it enables children to imitate the language they need for a particular topic orally before reading and analysing it and then writing their own version

Engineering

We are currently working on an Engineering Project, creating a new invention to take part in the Engineering Leaders Award. We have been working on our enterprise skills by studying companies, their logos and their products. Young Enterprise Scotland have worked with the children looking at Scottish inventors and helping the children to create a company name and logo aswell as designing and building their own invention.  

Science

We are taking part in the Hi5 Science project, working in collaboration with the National Trust for Scotland, Culzean Ranger Service and Jenn McEwan Primary Science Development Officer for the RAiSE Programme. The pupils will take part in investigations with Karen Gardiner, a ranger from Culzean, over a couple of months. Each participating learner will achieve their Hi5 Award which is SQA moderated and recognised. 
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St Cuthbert's Primary School

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 Phone: 01655 885807

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