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Here’s a picture of our class taken on Tuesday:

A Day in the Life of James F

This is this morning.

Helper

Maths

Lunch

Cups

Camera

We managed to borrow a Vtech camera today, which we are thinking about buying for the P1-3 class. After showing two members of the little class how to use the camera they went off and took all apart from the last picture above at different points today. Mr Archibald then took the camera and posted the pictures here. The camera can also make videos and record sound.

School Photographs

We are pleased to let you know that sales of school photographs raised £414 for the school. Many thanks to Mr McBain who kindly donated his time, expertise, use of equipment, covered all costs with no financial benefit to himself, and even covered some of the printing costs. Mr McBain was very patient with the pupils and even brought some sweets as a reward for big smiles.

Christmas School Trip

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Some pics from the trip today to Dumfries on the train. We all had fun at the Panto and skating at the Ice Bowl.

School Photographs

Here is the link to the school photographs:

http://www.chrismcbain.com/bkp2011

It will prompt for a username and password, which will be communicated by other means.

When choosing photographs, please refer to them by the name just under the photograph – for example BK-001.

Available sizes include:

6″x4″     9″x6″    12″x8″    18″x12″

Prices are still to be confirmed.

Thanks again to Mr McBain for his time, effort and expertise.




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