We are delighted to attach below a copy of the HMIE Report that has been published for your information. http://www.educationscotland.gov.uk/Images/CockenziePSCEV230816_tcm4-876670.pdf
You can do a lot of fun activities to help develop fine motor skills. *using tweezers and tea strainers to move objects is always a favourite! *making art with small things in great too *placing glass beads to make wavy lines or loops *using cotton buds to paint *using pegs, e.g. with numbers on them … Continue reading Fine Motor Skills
It was lovely to come back and find this award in the post waiting to be opened. In the last academic year, the Podcast Club were put forward in the BT Young Pioneer Awards. This application was successful and we were nominated to be part of the entries for ‘tech4good’. Sadly, we didn’t win but … Continue reading Special award for Pinkie Podcasters
Primary 1 would like to say a huge “THANK YOU!” to their Primary 7 buddies for being such so supportive during the first few days of school. The Little Owls have been very well looked after by the older children in the morning lines, the cloakroom and the playground. Now they are ready to have … Continue reading Brilliant Buddies!
Please see below letter that was distributed to S4 students today (24 August) regarding the rescheduled Aims and Values ceremony from last term.
All the classes have been asked by Miss Wilson to create a ‘Welcome’ poster to go up in the entrance to the school. Every member of P4 write welcome in a different language which were then put together to create our poster: