If you have anything lying around at home that you think we could use for set design or props for the show PLEASE bring it to school as soon as possible
Old sheets, bubble wrap, old t-shirts etc – we’ll take it all!
A HUGE well done to the girls for taking the time to create the dance. They will now go on to show the rest of the school for a special project that is coming up…
A reminder that we will be visiting the Risk Factory tomorrow (Monday 22nd April) and ALL P7s need to bring a packed lunch.
P7B (Miss Eeles) and P7C (Miss Veitch) need to arrive at school for 8.30am. We would like to leave as soon as the bus arrives so please come at this time and don’t be late!
P7A (Miss Cooke) and P7D (Mrs Whitehead) should arrive at the normal school start time of 8.45am as they will be going to the Risk Factory in the afternoon. They will arrive back at school at approx 4pm.
Mrs Lyle organised year group dodgeball tournaments as part of Health Week. We heard lots of stories from the P4s, P5s and P6s earlier in the week about how much fun they had so we were really looking forward to it!
Some of the 7s had tactics and others just went for it! It was such a great morning and all 115 children behaved brilliantly, cheering each other on and enjoying the games.
In the end, P7B (my class!) were victorious! The games were very fast moving but we had a huge TEAM effort to get our prisoners back from the sin bin.
Well done to all classes for giving the games 100% and having fun! Mrs Whitehead, official photographer for today, will put up photos next week
P.S my muscles will definitely be aching tomorrow!!
Take a look at some of the action shots from the rugby festival at Hallhill this morning. Thanks to Eilidh for her excellent photography skills
The Community Policeman is in for talks this week with the four P7 classes. He spoke to P7B & P7C today about illegal and legal drugs and will talk to P7A & P7D tomorrow. He introduced stimulants, depressants and hallucinogens. We will be learning more about drugs, including smoking and alcohol, next week during Health Week.