Bikeability started last week, and the pupils who managed to take part appeared to enjoy it. Please note that P5s will NOT have to bring their bikes for Bikeability on the following dates: Monday 8th February 2016 – no trainers in school. Monday 22nd February 2016 – Inservice Day – pupils off. We are hoping … Continue reading Bikeability & P5 Dates
The January Newsletter was sent home by pupil post at the end of last week. You can also read a copy below.
First we looked at brochures to find out about holidays in Kenya. We found out that there were nice hotels with swimming pools and and lots to see and do in this interesting country. The Safaris looks fun! Time to book our flights…. We learned that flights to Kenya were from London. We discussed the … Continue reading Flying to Kenya
On Tuesday we went to a cluster Badminton Festival at Ross High where we made some new friends and had lots of fun practising our badminton skills. It was organised by the ELC Badminton development officer, who was recently awarded an ‘British Empire’ award from the queen for all her hard work and dedication to the sport! … Continue reading Cluster Badminton Festival
In January and February we have been learning to play badminton. Mrs Black, the came into school to Badminton success criteria I can throw shuttle overarm/underarm using correct technique, balance and bounce shuttle on racket I can hold the racket correctly for forehand and backhand shots I can stand side on to the shuttle when … Continue reading Learning Badminton Skills
On 25th January we learned about the life of the great poet, Robert Burns. We listened to a few of his famous poems and songs and sang ‘Auld Lang Syne’. During the rest of the week the class participated in map work and other activities to learn more about our country and our culture. When we learn about … Continue reading A wee bit o’ Scots….
On Tuesday, the school office bearers held their committee meetings to discuss plans for the rest of the term. At our assembly the Eco Group, Pupil Council, Junior Road Safety Officers and the pupils responsible for the Fruit Trolley and Playground Equipment all gave their feedback to the rest of the school.
Mr Fawen and his brass pupils performed to the Nursery on Wednesday. The children really enjoyed the experience of playing to an audience, and the nursery children loved listening to them playing their instruments. Well done Jonathan, Arran, Rebekkah, Jessica, Lewis and Alastair.
Here is a mixed bag of photos from our Parliament workshop, our visit to the Scottish Parliament and our trip to the National Museum of Scotland. There are just of few of the Scottish Parliament as there are strict rules about taking photos inside the building.