Harvest Assembly

Well done to P5/6 and P6/7 for a super Harvest Assembly yesterday. Some super learning and poems. You could see how much they enjoyed sharing their learning with us all. Well done to all the classes for some fab songs and singing. Thank you to everyone who donated items for the harvest table and well done to the House and Vice captains for delivering the harvest bags to people in the community and to the Foodbank Charity.  Have a lovely holiday.

Soccer Sixes

On the 9th of October a team of footballers including Reilly, Lucy, Eva, Reece, Owen, Ryan, Finely, Jay and Aidan played at Palmerston in the Soccer Sixes and prepared for four hard games. First game was 2-1 to Cargenbridge against Dalbeattie, so we got 3pts. Next we played Lincluden and the score was 1-0 to us. After that we played against Georgetown but unfortunately got beat 2-0. Shock horror hit when we went 1-0 down but then somehow won 3-1 against Hardgate. Unluckily Georgetown won by 3pts but everyone enjoyed the experience well done team!

 

 

by Lucy and Reilly

 

 

 

 

 

P6/7 Curling Trip

On the 24 of September the primary sixes and sevens  went curling at the Ice – Bowl . We ended up being there for the whole day but it was ok because we got to watch people ice skating . When the curling people and helpers from the college were ready we went down and before we went down  we all had our snack. There were two other  schools there called Penpont primary and Hollywood primary. We first got into groups,  then we  learned how to hold the curling equipment which I don’t think was that tricky for too many people . Then we did different activiites and learned how to push the curling equipment.  Then we went to the café to have our lunch then after lunch we went back down to the curling rink. After that we did more activities and played jenga and different games on the ice too. Everyone had a fun time and then we got back to school and did some work.

By Eva M P6

Curling Trip P6/7 Cargenbridge Primary

Recently on the of 24th of September P6/7 went curling at the Ice Bowl.

We all practiced how to throw the stones.

There was also other schools there, all the schools got put into mixed teams to practice throwing stones.

After lunch we did some fun games such as jumbo jenga at the side of the ice rink and one of the other activities were racing up and down the ice rink with stones.

The people from our school that went were Reilly, Ryan, Harvey, Lucy, Rose, Abby, Eva, Hannah, AlexO, AlexC, Mollie, Lucas, Will, Millie, Kyle, Tyler, Callum, Chloe, Zara, Joseph, David, Jay, Finley, Arran, Josh, Alex, Reece and Aidan.

We all had a good day at the Ice Bowl!

 

Harvey P6

DuPont Trip

Today P1/2 and any pupils who hadn’t been before took a trip to DuPont Teijin Films.  We learned about what they make at the plant and had a look around the factory at the big machines that they use to make the film.  Ian told us about some of the things their film is used for, like the shiny cover on the Capri Sun and Crunchie we got to take home! Thank you to Ian and the team at DuPont as well as the parent helpers who came along!

 

Maths Outdoors

Today P1/2 worked with the P6s to learn about positional language.  They gave instructions outside using language like next to, on top, between, under and in to place objects.

We then moved on to using robot commands to give directions using language like forwards, backwards, left and right.  We also worked on half turns and full turns.

Well done everyone!

P1/2 Feely Boxes

On Friday 28th September, P5/6 were very lucky to have a visit from P1/2.  They came to show us the fantastic Feely Boxes they had made as part of their work on The Senses. P5/6 loved trying out all of the different boxes and we thought the younger pupils had been very creative. P1/2 were very confident and enthusiastic while P5/6 were kind and encouraging. A BIG Thank you to P1/2 for sharing their great work with us.

P5/6 Lacrosse

P5/6 have enjoyed learning to play lacrosse in PE this term. They have shown their movement skills and co-ordination as well as good sportsmanship. Well done everybody!

Active Girls Day 2018

Thank you to Hollie from Next Level Fitness who led a dance class for P4-7 girls as part of Active Girls Day.  They girls showed great rhythm and creativity.

 

Daily Mile P5/6

Why do you enjoy the Daily Mile?

It is good for my stamina- Corin

It keeps us healthy and active- Millar

It makes people feel positive- Josh




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