Please follow the link below to review the draft school improvement plan (SIP) for next session. If you have any comments, we would be pleased to have these either by email, phone or pop into school to speak with Mr Taylor.
On Friday, Primary 6/7 royally entertained their parents and friends with a fantastic assembly based around the language work they had completed over the previous term. They showed they could be both informative and entertaining.
Brilliant performance from all of them. Clearly there are more than a few budding actors and actresses in the class. So proud of them!
Another busy STEM session at our after school club!
We used KAPLA to make all kinds of structures – from a spider to a house! We also worked in small teams to design a bridge to get three figures safely over the water without falling in! We could only use paper, cardboard, sticky tape and string…
Well, we seem to have survived what has been a quite incredible week of events and experiences. The children have worked so hard across the whole range of curriculum areas: art, music, drama, numeracy, literacy, social sciences, technology, PE……… and the contexts could not have been any more relevant.
Many thanks to all the staff, the parents, members of the community and, of course, the children. they have done us proud, once again, with their appetite for learning and performing. This has been such a busy week, but also such a rewarding week. It really underlines what a special community we have. Thank you all so much, and here’s to another 50 years!
STEM club started after school today for P4-7 pupils.
Pupils had to work cooperatively to complete two STEM challenges. Using only the materials provided, they had to build a freestanding bridge which could hold a toy car and the tallest freestanding tower. Lots of fun and creative thinking! Thank you to everyone who came along!