Miss Cotter on Eigg

Miss Cotter spent a very enjoyable weekend on the Isle of Eigg during the school holidays on a networking course with the Speygrian Trust who bring together teachers, writers, artists, musicians and scientists to explore creative approaches to outdoor learning. Through formal workshops and informal discussions, people from a wide range of backgrounds are encouraged to share ideas and learn from each other.

As usual, she gathered lots of exciting ideas for using our outdoor environment at Mid Calder Primary School.

Fairtrade Status – renewed

Dear Mid Calder Primary,

Congratulations! Your Fairtrade School status has been renewed for another year. You will be sent an updated certificate shortly. Thank you so much for your continued support in helping to bring about a better deal for farmers in developing countries and a more just system of international trade. Keep up the good work as you will need to renew your Fairtrade School status again in a year’s time.

Burns – National Winners

Aaron, P7B won the National Burns Federation prize, Sam P7 A came second and Declan P7B was a runner-up. Pupils  got a certificate and the school received a cheque for £100. The president of the Burns Federation was extremely impressed with the high level of excellence within the projects.

1976 Montreal Olympian, Frank Clement visits the school

On Friday Frank Clement, who raced in the final of the 1500m in the Montreal Olympics and came fifth, visitied the school to talk at both assemblies about his running career and what it was like to take part in both the Commonwealth and Olympic Games. Mr Clement gave a really interesting presentation and the photographs below shows Tom P4, wearing the Olympic vest, Louis, P5 sporting the Commonwealth vest and Kaitlin, P6 with a medal. 

Photos from P1 to P3 Assembly

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