PPS 40th Anniversary: Sending Time Capsule Treasures or 2016 Snapshots

An official invite to the new school opening in 1976.
An official invite to the new school opening in 1976.

To make it as easy as possible to send in your digital memories for the 40th Anniversary Digital Time Capsule, we’ve created the email links below. Just click the link which most closely matches what you want to send in and it should open up your email software to allow you to send in your attachment. Just one per email please.

You can send in any of the following:

  • Photos
  • Videos (under 1 minute 30s if possible please)
  • Audio
  • Documents (e.g. PDF or snaps of actual documents you want to share)
  • If you want to include a text description, such as where it was taken, who took it, when and what it is, then just include this in the body of your email.

Time Capsule Treasures

Send your PHOTO for the Pencaitland 40th Anniversary Digital Time Capsule

Send your VIDEO for the Pencaitland 40th Anniversary Digital Time Capsule

Send your AUDIO for the Pencaitland 40th Anniversary Digital Time Capsule

Send your DOCUMENT for the Pencaitland 40th Anniversary Digital Time Capsule

2016 Snapshot

Send in your 2016 SNAPSHOT

The Making of PPS 40

Anyone can send photos of the goings-on during and leading up to the 40th Anniversary Week and the Family Fun Day on May 28th. It will form a permanent digital archive of what happened during the celebrations themselves, as well as what was done to make it a reality.

Send in your MAKING of PPS 40

Problems sending?

If for whatever reason you click one of the links above and it does not open up an email message on your computer/phone, then the email to send to is PPSat40@gmail.com. Just add PHOTO, VIDEO, AUDIO, DOCUMENT or 2016 SNAPSHOT to the subject line of the email to help us organise your submission.

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The Whole School Enjoying Singing

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Sport Relief 2016

On the 18th of March P1-7 took part in a two-mile run and raised an amazing £1286.64 for Sport Relief.  Many thanks for all your support.

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P7 Attend Book Award Ceremony

Nowhere Emporium CoverYesterday P7 went to Glasgow to the awards ceremony for the Scottish Children’s Book of the Year Award.

Last year in P6 the class were involved in the creation of the shortlist when some of them read 22 books in 8 weeks.

Each of the finalists spoke about their book and then answered questions from the audience.

The winner was The Nowhere Emporium by Ross MacKenzie – which P7 agreed with.

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Crossing Patrol at Lempockwells Road

Due to absence there will be no crossing patrol person at Lempockwells Road until further notice.

Catherine Wilson, Admin Assistant

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P1 and 2 Nativity

This gallery contains 24 photos.

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P567 Christmas Party

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Christmas Cinquain

We have been writing Christmas cinquain poetry. We hope you like them.

Chocolate
Yummy, amazing
Breaking, melting, freezing
Delicious melt-in-the-mouth
Treat
By Dante

Santa
Big, chubby
Sneaking, giving, walking
Gives you brilliant presents
Person
By Jamie

Snow man
Frosty snowy
Freezing standing melting
Stands there in the snow
Awesome
By Lucy

Penguin
Cute cuddly
Swimming, diving, splashing
In the North Pole
Bird
By Issi

Visit the P4/5 blog page to read some more.

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School Handbook 2015-2016

Please find attached the school and ELC handbook.

Catherine Wilson

Admin Assistant

Pencaitland PSHandbook 201516

John Muir House Handbook – October 2015

 

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Land Art in the woods with P7

Primary 7 worked collaboratively in the Cooperative home teams to gather materials in the woods and use them to make dragons.

The pupils had to work together to make a “frantic dragon” – the dragons had to made within the 8 minute time limit.

To succeed pupils needed to create an amazing dragon as well as work collaboratively to share ideas.

Look at what they produced…..

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