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23
MAY

Hello everyone It was lovely to welcome the children back after the long weekend. They had lots of lovely stories to share In PE we are beginning some work on different aspects of Athletics. So far we have been discussing and working on the skills of short and long distance running. The children also [...]

21
MAY

What a busy week we have had. We have been exploring road safety and have developed our knowledge on stop, look and listen. The children all showed an excellent ability to assess whether a road was safe to cross and were able to discuss the process. We also had two visitors who showed us how [...]

17
MAY

Hello everyone This week has been an exciting one in Primary 4. We are really enjoying watching our caterpillars grow and grow. They are so much bigger than they were last week and we hope that by the time we are back to school on Tuesday that they will each be in their chrysalis! See [...]

16
MAY

While most of our P7s have made a Brexit to France, the Remainers have also had a great time back in school. These children have been planning Sports Day, Assemblies, Designing and making Maths Games, investigating Virtual and Augmented Reality and a host of other exciting activities. They have all participated fully and worked really [...]

15
MAY

Fantastic day had by all at Plopsaland, it was a hard job getting through the door though! Mrs Wylie now has a sore throat from screaming too much on the rides but at least she had her eyes open ... Mrs Wotherspoon went down the water slide with her eyes firmly shut ! Isla [...]

15
MAY

Having breakfast before heading to the theme park. Suncream is on !!!

15
MAY

Fun on the beach last night !

14
MAY

More pictures from today .

14
MAY

An insightful day had by all. We started out with a tour of Passchendaele memorial museum which involved a visit to a dugout and a series of trenches . After lunch in the sun, we walked around the memorial poppy garden . It's an incredible display of seven individual sections , which form a poppy [...]

14
MAY

Karla, Jenna and Karolina left their poppies at the headstone of John Condon, believed to be the youngest casualty of World War 1, killed at the age of 14!

14
MAY

Primary 2 have been using the computers in class to practise logging on and off, using the internet to find out about Pirates and checking on the school blog. Hello Primary 2!! Its Miss Rafferty and Mrs Muir here. If you say the secret word to us which is "Treasure" then you can have 20 [...]

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