NEWSLETTER JUNE 2015

EARLY CLOSING  Please note the school will close at 12.15 p.m. on Tuesday 30th June 2015 for the summer holidays.

SPORTS DAY – MONDAY 8thJune 2015.           A separate note will be issued regarding this event.

P2 at Castle Espie

On Thursday 14th May, P2 went to Castle Espie. We had great fun feeding the ducks and learning about Springtime. We also went pond dipping and some children caught a few tadpoles. The tadpole still needed to grow some legs. This was very exciting as we had been learning about the life cycle of a frog in class!

Bike Rides on Brighter Nights

With the brighter evenings of May and June finally here, now is the perfect time for the whole family to get out and about on foot, bike or scooter.  As you know we have been promoting active travel to school over the past year, working with Sustrans. The Sustrans website can provide you with a list of safe cycling and walking routes.

Wacky Hair Day!!

On Friday 15th May, we had a Wacky Hair Day to raise money for the people in Nepal, following the devastating earthquake which hit the country. Homes, hospitals and schools have been destroyed and over 4000 people died.

NEWSLETTER MAY 2015

SCHOOL CLOSURES           Please remember school will be closed on Monday 4th - Tuesday 5th,  Thursday 7th (Election),  Monday 25th and Tuesday 26th May 2015.

P1 People Who Help Us

In Primary 1 we have been learning all about People Who Help Us.  During class time we have talked about the Fire Service, the Police Service and the Post Office.  During activity-based learning, we painted fire engines, police cars and much more!  Miss Reynolds had a fire station and police station and we had great fun with it.  Our imaginative area was turned into '

'It's a hard knock life' in P.5!!!

The children in Primary Five are currently very busy with all the preparations for our Key Stage Two show, 'Annie'.  With everyone participating, there has been plenty of time spent learning words, singing songs, acting, getting measured for costumes and trying to remember the mountain of stage directions from Mr.

Grandpa's Piece Tin

Primary four visited the Titanic Centre for an exciting day called "Grandpa's Piece Tin".  We saw a short video about two men who worked in the Shipyard and learned about what life was like for them going to work many years ago.  We also learned what the workers would have had in their 'piece tin' as they went to work as an apprentice in th

P6 Roman Day

On Wednesday 25th March, primary six arrived to school in style for our Roman Day.  We dressed in our finest Roman clothes, fit for emperors and goddesses.  Our taste buds tingled as we tried lots of Roman foods, including tomatoes, grapes, olives, mackerel, pitta bread and honey.  We then rated what we liked and disliked.  We took part in lots of different activities.

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