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P 4 Citizenship Week Part 2

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We’ve continued our learning about good citizenship with a visit from the SPCA. We learned about animals needing help and how the SPCA rescue the animals. Importantly, if we see an animal needing help we need to tell an adult and then they’ll help us contact the SPCA.

Today is our UNICEF’s Day Of Change. We’ve dressed up as people in our community who help the community.

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P4 Citizenship week Part 1

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First thing Monday morning P4 really enjoyed working with PC Lily, and Mark, Dave and Pam from the Community Safety Team thinking about,  ‘The City They See.’ They focused on how to deal with and prevent anti-social behaviour. P4 were shocked to find out it costs £500 per piece of graffiti to remove it!

Their learning also linked to Rights Respecting Schools, as they thought about which rights they have that anti social behaviour affected.

image imageLater Pupils were fascinated by 2 Hibs players who visited to talk to them image about what is like toimage work as a football player!

P4 had prepared questions such as: what benefits do you get, as well as getting paid?

 

Tuesday P4 thoroughly enjoyed finding about working at Dynamic Earth! I think quite a few pupils fancy being Education Officers now!

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P4 links

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Here are the links to the Squirt the Dog game we played to learn about angles.

Also here is the link to our Scots’ Assembly Class song with words and music.

 

Happy Learning!

Mrs Finch

P4 Book Gifting!

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To celebrate Craigmillar Book Week P4 pupils across the cluster were gifted a book of their choice through the generosity of the Siobhan Dowd Trust. Pupils were entertained by the stories and rhymes from Simon Radcliffe from City of Edinburgh Libraries and received a book, bookmark and a badge. They were absolutely delighted and today it’s been rare to see a P4 without their book! Interestingly, David Walliams was the top author of choice.