Unikids met and had our photographs taken for the RRS noticeboard. We looked at what it means to be a Rights Respecting School and we hope to get our gold award by May 2019.
We completed a Pupil Survey from UNICEF about rights in our school and how we all felt about being in school. Each class will also try the survey too.
We hope to make our Action Plan soon.
Are there any keen and willing parents who might be able to take Pr 5-7 pupils for our Cross Country training? There are 2 main competitions we usually take part in – MacRobert Cup in October and the South Highland Schools in March. This has traditionally been an after school club but it can meet during school hours if that is more suitable. If you have any further questions or wish to lead/organise the training then please contact the school office. Thank you for your help.
The ECO and Rights Respecting Schools (UNIKIDS) pupil groups would love to welcome some parent helpers on to their committees. The groups meet regularly (usually on Wednesdays) . If you are interested please contact the office with your details and Mrs Murray will get back to you. Thank you for your support with our enhanced curriculum.
We are pleased to welcome Team Love Cheer into our school to provide a new after school club. They are offering cheer and dance tuition that is fun and friendly and gives the opportunity to learn new skills and make new friends. Age 6+
Classes start on Tuesday 25th September, 3-4pm
To book, please follow the link – Password TLC
As classes are being run independently from the school, please contact Kerri on 07511 036208 should you have any questions.
As part of our topic work, we have been carrying out some experiments to find out the effects of smoking and alcohol on living things. This did not prove to be 100% successful but our predictions that the bean soaked in milk would grow best was correct.
We also mixed yeast, sugar and warm water and watched the balloon inflate with the production of CO2 gas as a by product of the fermentation process. We didn’t really like the yeasty smell.
We are delighted to share the news about our first Star Pupil. Sophie is a diligent and hard worker who just gets on with everything setting a good example to everyone in class. Well done!
Pupil of the month – Primary 1B
Well done to Eve, who was chosen as pupil of the month for the super listening skills she has already demonstrated in Primary 1. Thank you Eve!
Cosmic yoga fun in Primary 1B
Primary 1B enjoying their ‘number 2’ activity…
…and some pattern making.
We were doing a bit of detective work this week…
BUT we’re not going to share this with you adults as you may get some clues about our Escape Room, and we’re not going to give you anything! The children are making up clues to hopefully make your experience a lot of fun.
Instead, I thought I’d show some pictures of Golden Time and what the children get up to. We have lots of games and activities that the children can choose from.
Remember NOT to come to school on Monday and Tuesday as we have staff training days. I will be attending a BSL (British Sign Language) Course on Monday so I can’t wait to start teaching the children too!
P3 have started learning about materials! Here we are on a materials hunt.
This week in Nursery, the children have been exploring different ways to find out new information about Sharks. They have found out what different types of sharks there are in the sea, what they eat, how big they are and lots more. Ask your child if they can recall any of the interesting facts we have been learning about.
Betsy brought in a picture of her dad with a basking shark and the children watched a video of Miss Allardice swimming with basking sharks during her summer holiday.