The nursery children enjoyed making tartan and haggis creatures as part of the project on Scotland. They also learnt a Scottish poem and performed it in front of primary 1.
Entries from January 2010 ↓
Robert Burns was born on 25th January 1759. To celebrate his birthday this week pupils from all stages in school have been involved in learning a Scots poem. On Monday at assembly, one person from each class recited their poem to the whole school. It is not easy to stand up and speak in [...]
January 19th, 2010 — Session 2009/2010
Today we had a visit from a piper and a drummer. It was very loud when they played. Some classes had the opportunity to enjoy a workshop where pupils could try drumming.
Primary three spent the term before Christmas working on a project to make calendars. This turned into a most engaging topic, with the children getting deeply involved in all aspects. They undertook all the work themselves, from the taking of the photographs of the local area, to the design and then the layout of the [...]
January 18th, 2010 — Session 2009/2010
As you are no doubt aware Haiti was devastated by a powerful earthquake last week which has affected the lives of millions of people. The country, already poor, finds itself struggling to cope, and in dire need of aid from the rest of the world. The children and staff feel that they would like to [...]
As you are aware we have given out charity bags for unwanted clothing and linens. These bags will be collected from the school on Friday 5th February, please bring any filled bags to the school on Thursday 4th February at 3.30pm. We will open the gates to the infant playground to allow people to deliver [...]
Our school has decided to sponsor a child from Malawi as P5 have been looking at third world countries as part of their environmental studies project. We have sponsored a little girl aged 6 called Ndiferanji. It costs £18 a month to make sure Ndiferanji stays healthy and gets to go to school so that [...]
P2/1 have been having learning about the days of the week. They have been using games to help with naming yesterday and tomorrow.
Primary 4′s project last term was ‘Living on an Island’. We found out all about the Island of Struay where Katie Morag stays.
January 4th, 2010 — Session 2009/2010
We wish you all a Happy New Year and look forward to seeing everyone back on 11th January 2010.