End of term awards

Mrs Sheila Baillie, Head teacher at Leswalt Primary School welcomed a packed hall full of parents, and friends of the school to the end of session celebration of achievement award ceremony.
Football awards (presented by Euan Dodds) to Ben Cowan, Cameron Walker, Kieran Dodds, Tommy Kerslake, Craig Anderson, James Murray, james Boyce, Emma Drennan, Freya Bathgate, Kerr Calderood, Finlay Cowan, Jack Rickard and Jamie Drennan. 
The most improved player of the year award went to Jame Drennan
Mrs Baillie then called upon Mrs Margery Wither to help present further awards;
 Attendance awards for 99.75% attendance –
Aiyanna Wilson and Rhona Baillie
Behaviour awards
P1- Jenna Calderwood, Iona Rickard, Charlotte Gaw and Millie Smith
P2- Megan Mc Intyre
P3- Arden Mc Intyre
P4- Lauren Anderson
P5 – Millie Renwick
P6- Erin Topping
P7- Ben Cowan/Kerr Renwick
Star reader in p2 – Kayleigh Williams
Star reader in p3 – Jamie Drennan
Star reader in p4 – Kathryn Topping
Star reader in p5 – Finlay Keenan
Start reader in p6 – Tommy Kerslake
Star reader in p7 – Cameron Walker
Word millionaire –special award to Tommy Kerslake (who read 42 novels in one year)
Super Spellers  awards
James Boyce,  Rhona Baillie,  Kathryn Topping, Lauren Anderson, Mackenzie Keith,
Marvellous mathematicians awards– Celebrations
Cameron Walker, Craig Anderson, Gordon Johnstone, Kathryn Topping, Emma Drennan
Winning house – Soleburn, (shield collected by Cameron Walker)
Sports champions
girl- Emma Drennan  (runners up    Abbie Mc Quillan  and Rhona Baillie)
boy- Cameron Walker (runners up   Ben Cowan and Craig Anderson )
Robert Burns awards to
Emma Drennan and Mackenzie Keith
Academic Achievements
Literacy                p1-4  Charlotte Gaw             p5-7 Finlay Keenan
Numeracy              p1-4   Arden Mc Intyre       p5-7  Emma Drennan
Health and Wellbeing       Jack Rickard             p5-7  Craig Anderson
Achievement award for learning– Mackenzie Keith
Endeavour award (Presented by Mrs Mary Buchanan) – Kerr Renwick
Creativity award (Presented by Mrs Nina Agnew) – Millie Renwick
 The Primary 7 pupils were then presented with their leaving gifts and wished all the very best for their journey onto Stranraer Academy, before everyone went on their way to start the summer holidays.
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