Archive for the 'Health and Wellbeing' Category

Bean to Bar

Last term P2-4 were learning where chocolate comes from.

 

 

 

Sportshall Athletics at Moffat

Here are some pics from the pupils that made it to Sportshall Athletics at Moffat on Friday. P4-7 have been working hard on their fitness and technique in the different track and field events in PE for most of the term and performed really well. Well done to all who made the trip and a special mention to Finbarr who arrived early on Friday with his gear incase we needed him. As some pupils who had been absent returned on the day Finbarr couldn’t make the trip (the bus was limited) but he’ll get to come next time. Also, thanks to our volunteer Mr Fitzgerald who helped to run an efficient team.

Tag Rugby

 

P6/7 went to a rugby tournament. At the start we were against all the small schools and it was fun! After that we went against some other schools. Then we went against another team and we had to get five tries and we came third place.

By Reuben

Disco

by the Fundraising Pupil Group

Road Relay

Our runners were in action last night at the Everholm in Annan. Well done to the girls team Ami, Emily and Brooke who came first in the P7 Small Schools Category. Also well done to the lads, Rio, Reuben and Conner who ran in the P6 category. As ever, all pupils were a credit to Brydekirk Primary.

Rights Respecting School

The whole school has been learning about childrens’ rights. The convention applies to everyone: whatever their race, religion or abilities are.

By Maisie and Lillia

Kindess in P2-4

P2-4 sat in a circle and said things to build each other up. For example you are very kind and that would build someone up. They also drew pictures of themselves.

Written by Izzy and Reuben

Dr Bike comes to Brydekirk

Today Dr Bike came to look at our bikes to see if they needed to be fixed.

Thanks very much to Dr Bike!

Written by the Digital Leaders Pupil Group (in this photo).

 

Criffel P7 Challenge

The P7s undertook a challenge today: to climb Criffel.

Alongside Mr Archibald and volunteer extraordinaire Mr Fitzgerald, they started the walk just after 10am. Despite a few early showers the P7s made good time and were at the top before midday, just as the cloud broke, revealing a lovely view. As we were back down in time, we all went for an ice cream on the way home, well done all.

 

Netball

Well done to the Netball team who competed at Hecklegirth on Wednesday.

Especially well done to Helayna who got the Player Award for Small Schools.

 




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