P1-3 enjoyed a fabulous time at the Wigtown Book Festival today! The author of One Button Benny, Alan Windram, had the boys and girls (and adults!) up dancing and singing at what has been hailed as “the BEST Wigtown Book Festival yet!”
Ellie and Ela formed a new girl band ‘El’ and wowed us with their performance!
A great time was had by all! Many thanks to Sue Caunce for accompanying us.
That’s the Book Festival kicked off for another 10 days of literary fun this year. Go and check it out!
Today, P.C. Wilson visited P4-7 to give them an insight into her job as a member of the Emergency Services. The pupils heard about a normal day in the life of a police officer (there really is no normal day!)
P.C. Wilson explained that the main aims of the Police force are to guard, watch and patrol. They work to ensure communities are kept safe. Our area has a Road Traffic Unit to deal with accidents, speeding and any other vehicle issues and a Port Unit which deals people’s safety when going on/off the boat.
The youth section of Police Scotland (P.S.Y.V.) do lots of work locally and this is open to children from the age of 13.
She reminded them of the emergency number 999 and the non-emergency number 101 and the times when each would be used.
The children asked lots of great questions. This visit really helped their HWB understanding of Emergency Services.