In our Friday Assembly, we reviewed the learning we have done in our Building Resilience Unit: Talk Things Over. We know that it is normal for us all to have worries, especially at times like this, and it can help to share them with a trusted adult. This term, all pupils have identified a trusted adult within the school who they know they can talk to if ever they are upset or worried about something. Pupils can also use the Worry Monster or Worry Box in their classroom to let their teacher know that they are feeling worried and would like to talk. A problem shared, is a problem halved.
COVID 19 – Omicron Update
As you will have seen, the First Minister has warned that the new variant of COVID is spreading quickly across Scotland. If anyone in your household tests positive for COVID 19, everyone must self isolate for 10 days, irrespective of vaccine status or negative PCR test. It remains very important for us all to observed FACTS and to ensure pupils do not come to school if they display the common COVID-19 symptoms. Further school-based mitigations may be necessary in the days to come. We will keep you informed as regularly as is necessary. Please make sure we have your most up-to-date contact details.
Well Done to Our Leith Learners!
|Vivienne||Primary 1/2||Vivienne always has a positive attitude towards her learning and loves to be challenged! She should be so proud of all that she has achieved since the start of P1. Well done, Vivienne!|
|Matthew||Primary 1a||Matthew has been trying particularly hard in phonics this week and has made excellent progress. Well done Matthew!|
|Momen||Primary 1b||Momen has been a super kind member of our class this week. He always looks out for others and makes sure no one is left out when playing. We are so lucky to have you, Momen!|
|Blake||Primary 2||Blake quietly quietly and conscientiously gets on with things, always trying her best, never making a fuss – truly a responsible and independent learner 🙂|
|Felix||Primary 3a||Felix has a fantastic attitude towards his work. This week he has been working hard on the formal method for addition, he is always ready for a challenge and helps his peers when they need it.|
|Adela||Primary 3b||Adela has shown a lot of kindness to others in the class this week and is a lovely classmate to have.|
|Jakub||Primary 4a||Jakub has been working really hard in class. He is trying his best in all tasks and has both written some excellent stories and challenged himself in maths. keep up the great work Jakub 🙂|
|Patryk||Primary 4b||Patryk has created some amazing homework this term! He put a massive effort into the research and presentation of many of his activities and was very proud of his work. This is a fantastic achievement Patryk, well done!!|
|Isla||Primary 5a||Isla has demonstrated responsibility in group this work this week and has persevered with her independent tasks making great progress with her numeracy. Well done Isla!|
|Nathan||Primary 7b||Nathan is in the Recognition Book for his perseverance in maths. He had some difficult problem solving questions to solve. He worked hard and kept going. I was very impressed with his resilience. Well done Nathan!|
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