On Friday 27th May a choreographer travelled all the way from Fife to teach the pupils of Leswalt Primary school a very special dance. The school will be travelling to The Royal Highland Show on Friday 24th June, to represent Dumfries and Galloway in unique main ring event.
Nine schools from different regions in Scotland will perform in the main ring and represent 9 different types of Farming. Leswalt Primary will represent potato farming.
At 2pm, after taking the microphone to say a few words the boys and girls will strut their stuff to The Proclaimers “500 Miles”, dressed like tatties! It is a fast paced routine, but hopefully the boys and girls can pull it off with pride!
Will you be there to see us?!
The whole school recently enjoyed the sunshine at Logan Gardens, in conclusion to their “James and the Giant peach”/Minibeasts topic. Pupils were actively involved in creating little “Bug Hotels”, using resources in and around the grounds.
Staff, pupils and parents at Leswalt Primary were delighted today when it was announced the Leswalt Primary was the winning Scottish school, and 2nd out of 1100 schools in the UK who took part in “The Big Pedal”.
This was the result of 15 days real effort by the whole community – to leave the cars at home and cycle to school.
Congratulations to all!
Leswalt Primary 7 pupils were the winners of the Wigtownshire schools curling bonspeil competition which was held on the 16th March 2011. Well done team Leswalt!