Category Archives: P1/2

P1/2 – Sea Shells, Sea Shells on the Sea Shore!

P1/2 were busy this afternoon learning all about shells.  They had big questions that they wanted to find the answer to:-

What are the names for some shells?

How are shells made?

How do you hear the sea inside a shell?

Why don’t you ask us at home what the answers are!!

Then we made whelk shells and created lots of different textures using a black fine tip pen using lots of different patterns.  They look fabulous!

Primary 1 Photograph – Wednesday 5th September

Good afternoon all,

Just a wee note to say that a photographer from the courier newspaper will be visiting the school tomorrow morning (Wednesday 5th September) to take all the P1s photo.

There is a letter going home with your child today with the details. Your child also received a letter home yesterday with details of how to purchase your own copy of the photo.

Please ensure everyone comes to school wearing their best smile!


Miss Munro (P1A), Mrs McArthur (P1B) and Mrs MacIver (P1/2).

Parent Open Afternoon in P1/2

Lots of happy P1 pupils and parents in the P1/2 classroom this afternoon.  The P1 pupils were excited to show off all the hard work they had been doing all week and all the new things they had learned.  What a delightful first week, and let’s keeping aiming high and achieving the best we possibly can for the rest of the term!

Meet Cuilean the Collie!

P1/2 have a very important member of the class called Cuilean the Collie!  Cuilean is going to go home with one child in P1/2 every Friday to spend the weekend with them and come back to tell us all about his adventures on a Monday.  Here is our lucky P2 pupil who has managed to take Cuilean home first!


P1 Drop-in Session

Just a quick reminder for all parents/carers of P1 pupils.  You are invited to drop in to the P1 classrooms on Friday 24th August at 2.10-2.40pm for a small open afternoon, where the children will share with you some of their learning from the first week at school.

We look forward to seeing many of you then!

Mrs MacIver (P1/2), Mrs MacArthur (P1B) and Miss Munro (P1A)