Christmas Window Competition 2021

Thank you to everyone that has taken part in the Christmas Window competition again this year. It has been great to see all the windows throughout the town and local community. Once again, lots of great effort along with fun and interesting ideas. Thank you to the Lions Club for donating prizes once again this year and for the contribution to school funds.

Screel 

1st Niamh and Rory McCormack

2nd Caitlyn Hose

3rd Meadow and Maddix

 

Dalmun

1st Kai

2nd Aidan, Cairn and Moran

3rd Mack

Colliston

1st Niall and Eilidh

2nd Mylo

3rd Ella B

Craignair

1st Katie and Samuel

2nd Evan

3rd Matilda and Joey

 

 

Day 5 Christmas Songs

Day 5 Christmas Songs are from P4/5 and P5. We hope you enjoy.

There are 2 different versions of P4/5 video the reason for this was on the first day of recording, several of the children were absent(you will notice smaller class size)and we wanted to try  and include as many of the children as possible.

One Planet Picnic

Dalbeattie Primary has just held its One Planet Picnic, an initiative encouraged by Eco Schools Scotland to build awareness of locally sourced food items in order to help with working towards sustainability and reduction of our carbon footprint. For our ‘One Planet Picnic’ we not only created our own home baking using home grown produce but we encouraged the children to bring in their own morning snacks, which were locally sourced, to tell their classmates about at morning breaktime at ‘Snack  and Chat’ time. We are very grateful for everyone at home for supporting this event so well. We were amazed by the amount of snacks children brought which had been locally sourced in some way. There was everything from home grown apples and carrot sticks to items baked locally together with local cheese and pate. There were some wonderful ideas of things to bring in. Meanwhile, on the same day, the Eco Schools Group had been busy, along with Mrs Houston from the High School’s Hospitality Department, baking individuals carrot muffins using home grown vegetables. The cakes were delivered to the classrooms later on the same day for our pupils to enjoy,  following on perfectly from Mrs Duncan’s Harvest Assembly earlier in the day. Primary 6 also had a go at baking bread using some of their own home grown wheat.

 

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