The sun shone all week which made this year’s Health Week a great success. P3 pupils were given the opportunity to participate in many activities, some familiar and some new. Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday were packed with Fitness, Heart Start, Football, Bowling, Kuk Sool, Golf, Multi-Sports, Interval Training, Smoothie Making, Mindfulness, Dental Health, Yoga, Sleep, …Read more →
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Thank you to all parents and grandparents for attending the P3 assembly about ‘Sunday Mass’. All pupils presented their part with confidence. Apart from the small internet hitch, we hope you enjoyed it.…Read more →
Primary 1, 2 & 3 came together on Monday morning to listen to information about the work of the Scottish Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals. We learned about some of the animals that have been treated and what to do if we find an injured animal. We found the visit very interesting …Read more →
P1 – Corin Walker – Stitch
P2 – Antony Kaldowski – Lolek
P3 – Lewis Brand – Billionaire Boy
P4 – Carl Francis – Willy Wonka
P5 – Josef Ratcliffe – Astronaut
P6 – Hannah Crawshaw – White Giraffe
P6/7 – Josh Gillan – Mr. Stink
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We finally had the opportunity to celebrate World Book Day 2018! There was a great selection of costumes and most people brought their chosen book. Primary 3 and Primary 5 got together to do some shared reading. It was great to see such a huge variety of books.
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This term, P3 had the opportunity to create a personal project about a country of their choice. We have 18 children in the class and each child chose a different country. We researched Spain, Italy, New Zealand, Poland, Greenland, Belgium, Barbados, Pakistan, Mexico, India, U.S.A., Sri Lanka, Hong Kong, Afghanistan, Egypt, South Korea, Oman and …Read more →
We would like to wish all of our mums a very happy Mothering Sunday. We love you very much and we appreciate all that you do for us.
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Congratulations to some of our P3 and P4 pupils who received the Sacrament of Reconciliation on Friday 9th March 2018. We would like to thank Father Kenneth and all parents who could manage to come along to join us.
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Our reading focus this term is in the form of a novel study. We are reading The Owl Who Was Afraid of the Dark by Jill Tomlinson. The main character is a little Barn Owl called Plop. We wanted to find out more about Barn Owls so we researched them. Our aim was to complete …Read more →
We have been having great fun revisiting some dances we learned last year and also creating some new moves of our own. Mrs Stevenson gives us the opportunity to choose our own music for each dance. We enjoy dancing with ribbons, dancing alone, dancing with a partner and dancing in small groups. This makes it …Read more →