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Apologies for the delay with this.


Please make sure you are on top of your reading.  A few people were not on target today, and it is impossible to carry out the work in class if you are not up to date.  There will be a new task map on Wednesday so make sure you have at least made a start on the reading homework handed out today.


Welcome back everyone!  We have got straight back in to the swing of things and have had a hugely busy day.

Here is the homework for this week.  I know this seems harsh, homework on the first week, but there won’t be any next week! 😀

We have begun looking at materials today and we will be investigating insulation on Thursday.  If you have anything which you think may be good for insulating, bring it in to school by Thursday for a little experiment we will be carrying out.

Information will be coming home in the next week or so about kit list requirements for Loch Insh!

Have a great week.


Homework for this week, to be handed in by Monday 27th March.


Today we have begun working on the Press and Journal Junior Journalist competition.  If you have any newspapers which you could bring in over the course of the next few weeks, this would be great.

Homework for this week, due back by Monday 13 March.

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I hope you are all refreshed after the long weekend and ready to get back in to the swing of things!  Here is homework for this week, due back in by Monday 6th March.

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You must all be devastated at being out of class and missing out on spelling this week!  We had an incredible day at Culloden Battlefield today.  Your homework is to post a comment on here stating the following:

1.  The part you enjoyed the most, and why.

2. Something you learned.

I’ll go first.

  1.  1. The part I enjoyed the most was watching the aerial view of the Battle of Culloden as it progressed.  I found it really interesting seeing how the different regiments were deployed and the strategies they used.  I was also interested to note that the Duke of Cumberland was at the front of his army, whilst Bonnie Prince Charlie was at the back.
  2. 2. I learned, while reading about the different punishments handed out to Jacobites after the battle, that many were deported and some were sold into slavery.

Please have your comments on here by Friday.

There is no spelling and maths homework this week.  There will be no homework next week as there is no school Mon-Wed.  You are welcome!  Normal homework will resume the following week.

Keep checking back here and I will try and get the photographs from our visit to the Battlefield posted tonight.


Homework for this week.

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