Primary 2 Newsletter 3/12/21


Please find below the primary two newsletter for this week. We have been practising hard on our nativity this week ready for filming the week beginning the 13th December. Well done to those children who have memorised their lines already! Great work!

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I hope everyone has a great weekend,

Mrs Lynch


Primary 2 Homework and updates 30.11.21


I hope everyone had a lovely weekend. I have handed out google classroom email and passwords. Please check you can access this ok, any problems please let me know. We will use this in the event of snow days or for any distance learning.

We have been busy preparing to film our nativity with primary one the week beginning the 13th December, very exciting! Those children who wished to have speaking roles have their lines home to practise.


Our sound of the week is ‘ck’, please practise the following words at home:

bed     wet     prod     duck     neck

clock     lick     so     my     broomstick

I have included reading homework in their yellow reading records.

Many thanks,

Mrs Lynch

Primary 2 Homework


I hope everyone is having a good week so far. We have two sounds that we are practising this week: ‘ss’ and ‘zz’

The spelling words are:

hop     fit     grin     buzz     cross

less     miss     go     no     crossroad

Challenge: Try to write a sentence with as many ‘ss’ and ‘zz’ words you can think of. Remember finger spaces, full stop and capital letter.

Many thanks,

Mrs Lynch

Primary 2 Homework 16.11.21


Book Week Scotland

Thank you to those children who shared their favourite story today in our show and tell for Book Week Scotland. If there are any pupils who haven’t shared their favourite story who would like to do so please could they bring a book in tomorrow (17th) or Thursday 18th.

I will be handing out book bags from Read Write Count tomorrow which include two new books and some activities for each pupil.

Please see the attached poster with information for a parent event on Monday 22nd November regarding the Read Write Count bag.

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Spelling: This week our sound is ‘ll’ and the class came up with an impressive word bank, well done! The spelling words are:

ox     run     from     will     bell

doll     skull     there     they     windmill

Reading: I have included reading homework within each pupils yellow reading record.

Numeracy: Last week we were learning about near doubles. I have included in their homework bags a worksheet to practise their own near double addition sums.

Many thanks,

Mrs Lynch

🌟SCHOOL TEA TOWELS – Parent Council Fundraiser 🌟

This information will be sent home in paper form on Wednesday 12th of November.  We appreciate the tight timing but for Christmas orders this is the deadline.

Payment and order forms should be returned to teachers or office by Wednesday 17th November, in a sealed and labelled envelope.

You can always print the form below and hand into the office with payment and in a sealed envelope.



Dear Parents/Guardians,

As part of the Parent Council’s fundraising this term, the children are designing brilliant tea towels showing a collage of self-portraits. It will make a great present for family and friends or for you to hold on to as a keepsake!  Due to numbers, there will be a choice to order an upper atrium towel (P5-7 children) or a lower atrium one (P1-4).

The product is 45% cotton and 55% linen and is high quality. The cost of each tea towel is £5. As the towels will be printed to order, please complete the order form below and hand it in to the office with your payment in cash (exact change), and in a clearly labelled, sealed envelope, by Wednesday 17th of November to ensure that we beat the Christmas rush!

Thanks very much and we hope you like them!

The Parent Council