Primary class teachers are communicating with parents through Glow Teams or Class dojo. Individual teachers will be in touch early next week with suggestions of activities for your children. We are all linked to dojo and are here if you have any questions or need any support over the coming weeks. Mrs Anderson has also found some useful links to help you continue learning with your child(ren).
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P7 Lockdown Video compiled by Miss McDonald
Talent Show Video
Here is our Primary Talent Show video including the results! Certificates are on their way to the winners, congratulations.
Also well done to all our talented pupils who sent in fantastic clips, excerpts of which are in the following video.
P5 Lockdown Messages Video
P6/7 Lockdown Messages Video
P1 Lockdown Messages Video
P6 Lockdown Messages Video
P4 Lockdown Messages Video
Moffat Academy Health Week Introduction from Miss Rae
P3 Video Messages
P2 Lockdown Messages
Primary Silly Class Photos! Thursday 30th April
These pictures were taken last year to use for the Parent Council Calendar fundraiser and they have agreed for them to be posted as a fun cheery post in these hard times. Enjoy!
Friday 3rd April
I'd like to take this opportunity as we finish term 3 to thank everyone: staff, parents and children for adapting so quickly to the situation we find ourselves in. I am so pleased with the way everyone has sprung into action and worked together to keep going at Moffat Academy. In the Primary, teachers are connecting with parents and children through Class Dojo and Teams, and this seems to be going really well. Although it is important we keep providing learning opportunities for our students it is most important that you all stay safe and well.
Please look after yourself and your families and remember we are here to support you in any way we can.
Easter break will be quite different this year but I hope you get time to relax and switch off. We are still here if you need us so do not hesitate to get in touch. We look forward to working with you again next term.
Take care and stay safe