Lots more achievers this week. Well done everyone.
Well done to all award winners today. Some fantastic comments from class teachers as always. The winners have been challenging themselves with new learning, showing kindness, building skills and confidence in P.E with Mrs Gray.
The whole school(at various time this morning) also participated in Joe Wicks workouts with Mrs Duncan today for Children in Need. Great effort and enthusiasm from everyone. Well done.
With audience participation from the outset – goodies to cheer, baddies to boo – and some very corny jokes, the stage was set for the tale of Cinderella and Rockerfella to unfold in the panto-style production at Dalbeattie Primary School. Fairy Nastyboots and Naughty Kitty were thwarted in their attempts to prevent Cinders and Rockerfella (Prince Charming) from falling in love. Luckily, the Fairy Brigade were there with a ‘Wey Hey Hey’ to save the day. The Ugly Sisters brought the house down with their duet of “I’m so in love with me!” Buttons entertained the audience with his limericks and his talking dog Teaser. A special thank you goes to Miss Dale and Holywood Primary School for the loan of backdrops and outrageous costumes. Thanks also to support staff and all family members who supported children, and to Kyle in S4 at Dalbeattie High School for his expertise with sound and lights. Mrs Anderson, Mrs McLean and Mrs Dyson were very proud of all pupils from Primary 3/4, Primary 4/5 and Primary 5 who had worked extremely hard to make the show a roaring success.
Well done to all award winners this week. Lots of positive achievements throughout the school.
Well done to Eve for being the first pupil in P6,P6/7 and P7 to have read 1,000,000 words as part of Accelerated Reader Programme.
Well done Aulay on his achievements at the regional swimming competition. Aualy represented the school very well.
Well done to all those presented with their Head Teacher Award 10.11.19. Some great learning taking place in all classes this week. Spooky writing and poetry featured this week as did good manners from one pupil on a recent school trip. Well done everyone keep up the great work.
Tidy cloakroom award this week went to Primary 5.