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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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Scottish Celebrations in Nursery
Over the last few weeks in Nursery we have been entertained by local piper Harry and dancer Emma. Harry played his pipes in the garden where the children enjoyed a dance and some shortbread they had made earlier that day. Emma held a session with the children where she performed Highland dances and the children even got to try some of the dance techniques themselves.
Other activities included reciting Burns poem’s, some children created picture of their poem’s at home and enjoying a traditional Burns supper of Haggis, Neeps and Tatties.
On 5th February, Miss McKie held her second peep session. From previous feedback, the peep session topic today was ‘Understanding and Managing Behaviour’. The parents got talking about their child’s behaviour whilst having a cuppa before the children came into have fun. We read ‘My Big Shouty Day’, which was relevant to the topic, played games with the parachute which families loved and sang songs which got the parents and children interacting.
Miss McKie would like to thank all the families who attended today’s first Peep session. Today’s session was an introduction into Peep and “getting to know everyone”. Our families enjoyed taking part in some fun getting to know you games, listened to a story and even made their own face.
We had such a great turnout we have decided to split into two smaller groups. Miss McKie will look at all the feedback and be in touch with a date and time to best suit your requests.