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October to December - Term 2/4

Topic this term Me and My World.

Moving on from your child’s immediate local environment, we have decided to go on a journey around the world. We will start in the UK and learn about Scotland, England, Wales and Northern Ireland. We will then decide which country to visit for the rest of the term.

We have our school concert in December and we will be learning a few songs. Words for these will be sent home so please help your child learn them for the show. More details about this will follow in December. Mr Webber will be also help us learn the tunes and songs.

Other work we will be covering this term: -

Maths Shape, position and movement.  Number work - add, subtract. Times tables skills.  Multiply and divide.

Writing Note making skills. Re writing information from notes and putting into own words. ‘Free writing’ jotters will be handed out this term as requested by the class.

Reading Reading for information and comprehensions skills.

Monday Gaelic with Miss McPhee. Art with Mr Maitland.
Tuesday ICT
Wednesday Library
Thursday PE with Mrs Leck. ICT
Friday Music with Mr Webber.  Practising for school Primary concert in December.


Please check your child’s daily diary for information about reading, spelling and maths
homework. Sign your name to show completion of task. Feel free to write in the diary too.


Put your child’s name on EVERY item of clothing, including shoes.

PE kit – plain tee shirt, black jogging bottoms or shorts, clean indoor gym shoes.


Water bottles, pencil cases can stay in class until Friday.

Children can bring in a cushion for comfort and ‘cuddlies’.

Please ensure your child wears a warm winter coat, hat, scarf and gloves too as well as warm shoes/ boots as this is typically a very cold and damp term.

P4 continue to run the class committee on healthy eating/ healthy lifestyle and encourage others to bring in a healthy play piece. Help your child set a good example by encouraging them to bring fruit or veg sticks for their snack.

Keep in touch by writing in your child’s diary, sending a message on Seesaw or phoning the school office.