A reminder that football trials will be held tomorrow (during school hours) for boys and girls in P6 and P7. Pupils should bring appropriate footware.
It has been a quick and busy start for P7a. Lots has been going on, here is a quick few thoughts of some of the pupils.
Thoughts about P7
“It has been a good start to the year and a good three days.” – Andrew
“We’ve been thinking about how we feel.” – Casey
“We are looking forward to going to Benmore!” – Tegan
“We are planning on changing up the concept of House Captains because in the past we don’t think they have been as creative.” – Kelsey
“We have been thinking about the purpose, responsibilities and skills of House Captain” – Callum
Since last week we have done all of this:
The whole class were sharing their learning and projects which they had been working at home and in class. Lots of us looked into mountains and hills and others did beaches, bridges and lakes.
New Wonderful Buddies
Today we got to find out and prepare a pamphlet for our new buddies next year! We are going to get P1a!
Football Match Marvel
Last week all the teachers and P7s were doing a football match the teachers won. We made banners to support the teachers.
P4-7 took part in the Championships where there were 7 different sports. We are going to finish it on Friday.
Party coming soon for P5a
Most of you might remember the tuckshop we done before Christmas. We still have money left over so are going to have a party at the end of the term using the profit! We are going to plan it this week.
Thanks to all the pupils who helped write this!
All P4-7 pupils will participate in the Sports Championships on Monday 18th June and Friday 22nd June. Please ensure there is a suitable change of kit at school, or brought in on those days.
This a pupil only event.
We were so busy last week, we forgot to finish our blog post and update you on our John Muir Award!
We are ‘little litter pickers’. We have went litter picking for the first time in the woods we named the woods the hollow woods and the river woods.
When got back from the woods we weighed them with a coil spring measure, then we measured all the bags together. It was 14.9kg!
There were glass bottles, cans, wrapper and so much more “you will not believe it”, and we did not believe it either.
Mr Macniven visit
Mr Macniven came to tell us about John Muir and there were some facts we never knew about. He knew lots about John Muir but we think we know more than him.
We enjoyed working on and presenting the assembly and we hope you enjoyed it too. We tryed really hard even though we only had 2 weeks to practise super hard.
We designed and put up posters to convince people to stop dropping litter. We did it because we worried that the problem would be worse when the marathon came to our school.
Well done to Paton, Connie, Natalia and Jayden who worked together to write this!