Primary 6 pupils have the opportunity to take part in the Big Sleepover at Catrine Primary School on Friday 7th June 2019. Your child has been given information today. Please complete and return as soon as possible. Please click on the link below for further information:
Some Lego Movie 2 merchandise arrived in school for our budding rocket engineers. The goodies were shipped to the P4/5 group who had their eco-rocket selected as a runner-up in a national Lego Competition.
The Creative Minds Team is running a Dance Summer School for children from Primary 4-7 at the William McIlvanney Campus, Kilmarnock from Monday 22 July – Friday 26 July. Places will be allocated on a first come-first served basis. Please follow the link below for further information. If you wish a hard copy, please contact the school office.
The children have been learning about road safety. “You have to stop, look and listen before you cross the road”.” Look out for pedestrian crossings. Always wear a seatbelt when we travel in a car or a bus.” Road safety was explored through a variety of resources e.g. table top games, drawing maps are only a few examples. The children also put their knowledge into good use when they were walking up to the primary school and back down again to the ECC.
Please ensure you have your child’s lunch ordered for Monday 15th April to enable Auchinleck Academy to deliver the quantity required. Thank you for your continued cooperation with ordering lunches through ParentPay.
The whole school will be going to Blair Drummond Safari Park for their Summer outing on Thursday 13 June. The buses will be leaving at 8.45 a.m. and return at approximately 4.30 p.m. A contribution of £10.00 per child should be paid by Friday 7 June.
The cost of the trip is £20.50 per child, however the school fund will contribute £10.50 per child towards the trip reducing the balance to £10.00. The trip is on ParentPay and can be paid by instalments.
If you wish any further information, please do not hesitate to contact the school. Further information and permission forms will follow.
Our time in school has flown in since January, and we’ve been involved in so many amazing activities over the past three months, ranging from…
P7 Residential Trip to Dolphin House and swimming sessions
P6 at K’Nex Challenge,
P4/5 at Basketball
P5, P6 and P7 pupils voting in the Catrine Participatory Budget election
Numeracy Open Morning
Scots Verse Afternoon
ECC Transition visits starting
Crazy Dress Down Day
P7 Transition visits starting
planting 210 saplings in our school grounds
and Catrine Community Council Litter Pick – to name but a few!!
I hope everyone has a lovely, restful holiday and I look forward to seeing all of our pupils returning on Monday 15th April ready to start another wonderful term of teaching and learning at Catrine ECC and Catrine PS.
Thanks to everyone who came along to our Parents Afternoon/Evening on Wednesday. It was lovely to celebrate the wonderful progress that all of our pupils have made throughout the course of the year.
As parents/carers were leaving, our Captains and Vice Captains asked them if they would like to write a wee comment about Catrine PS. These comments are now displayed in the main entrance of our school as we are so proud of them!
Some of the comments are listed below ….
a happy place where kids want to be
great wee school
Catrine Primary is the best
I think Catrine Primary is a great school, full of promise for the pupils
very polite and mannerly
great to see Catrine Primary improving in all aspects – keep up the good work!
brilliant! Happy, positive and approachable staff – happy children and parents
good teachers – positive attitude
consistent improvement in the school – keep up the great work
great school – lovely staff – keep up the hard work
happy positive attitude – well done everyone
consistent improvement in the school
This last comment, in particular, was much appreciated by all members of staff at Catrine PS…
I am proud to be the parent of a child at Catrine PS
Thank you to everyone who commented – your support continues to make such a difference to the school.
This morning the ECC children joined in the Community Clean Up and headed out to pick up litter. They worked really hard and collected quite a few bags. Thank you to Tam McKinnon for involving the ECC and inspiring them to keep Catrine tidy.
This week the Modern Languages Committee Group learned about Easter traditions in France. We then had a French party! We tried some French food, played some games and then had a quiz. We have learned lots about French culture and vocabulary in our committee group sessions.
The digital learning committee were learning about Keynote. They created their own Keynotes, all about the people in their group.
Stuart and Kerr started to create an iMovie documenting our Digital Learning Journey so far. They have been interviewing the children and Mrs Govans about the use of Digital Technology within our school.