In case this was the last day for P7, the whole school sang the leavers song ‘One more step’ and they sung to us ‘Before you Go’. We hope to see them back at Sheuchan when everything returns to normal.
Congratulations to Erin McCulloch (P6) and Lachlan MacDonald (P4) who represented the school in the Stranraer & District Burns’ Club Competition. They both came first in their section and for the first time since Mrs McClymont came HT of Sheuchan School they won the cup. We are very proud of you both.
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Joshua and Struan represented Sheuchan Primary in the K’nex Challenge. Their challenge was to build a model that could fly. After a very successful build, the boys came in a very respectful 3rd place. Well done boys!
On Tuesday, 3rd March our school was entertained by 4Front Theatre who performed ‘A Fisherman’s Tail’. All pupils thoroughly enjoyed listening to James, John, Andrew and Simon telling the children the story of how they became the disciples of Jesus, the stories of Jesus and his miracles as well as why Jesus was crucified. Children enjoyed the songs, story line and laughed at the funny parts. Thank you to Stranraer’s Baptist Church who brought this wonderful show to us.
P2 visited Balgracie Farm at Leswalt last week as part of their topic on Scottish Farming. They met with Farmer Drennan who took them around his farm and spoke to them about the different animals he had on the farm. The children asked lots of interesting questions but by far their favourite part of the day was jumping on the cow beds in the big barn!