Well done to all of the Primary 6 and 7 pupils who represented Catrine Primary at the Sportshall Athletics today. The pupils competed in track and field events and faced tough competition from Logan, New Cumnock and Park School. Catrine finished in 3rd place overall. All pupils worked extremely hard and were a credit to the school, great work Team Catrine!
Congratulations to Aidan Murphy and Stuart Sharpe who have completed their iCycle training and passed their practical test yesterday. The boys are now ready to start learning how to cycle safely on the road. Well done!
Well done to all of the Primary 7 pupils who competed in the Touch Rugby Festival at the Barony Campus in Cumnock today. The pupils demonstrated great teamwork and had good fun! The girls and boys competed against Auchinleck, Mauchline and Ochiltree and faced some very tough competition. Congratulations to the girls who were runners up and were each awarded a medal for their effort. Great work everyone!
Well done to all of the P6 and P7 pupils who competed in the East Ayrshire Netball Festival at Cumnock Academy today. The pupils worked very well together as a team and had great fun playing against other schools. They won 4 games, lost 3 and came in 5th place overall. Great effort everyone!
Mr Garven visited Primary 7 this week to inform them that they raised an amazing £95.92 for the Scottish Poppy Appeal 2018. The pupils all worked hard on behalf of Poppy Scotland to sell poppies in the school in the week leading up to Remembrance Day. The money raised will help to provide life changing support to the Armed Forces community in Scotland. Well done Primary 7!
Catrine ECC was an exhibitor at East Ayrshire’s O Factor, this was a showcase for all the amazing outdoor learning that is happening throughout East Ayrshire.
Jan Wardrop our Outdoor Learning Champion in the ECC was a Nominee for the Excellent Outdoor Practitioner Award. This was for the hard work she has put in to improving and extending Outdoor Learning in the ECC. This was shown in the efforts she put in to the stall she set up for the O Factor exhibition. Practitioners from other centres showed lots of interest and Jan was happy to explain all the things we have been doing.
On Friday morning Primary 7 held their Remembrance Service in the school to commemorate 100 years since the end of the First World War. The service was a great success, and the pupils would like to thank everyone who came along to join them to remember those who lost their lives in the war. The class felt very proud to share their learning about the First World War and to display their Poppy Project work for people to see. The poppy banner and handprint wreaths made by the class were also on display at the Remembrance Service in Catrine Parish Church on Sunday.
“At the going down of the sun and in the morning, We will remember them.”
Barry Holmes (Active Schools Coordinator) from Auchinleck Academy has been running the LEAD programme with Primary 6. This programme builds on communication skills and team work. Primary 6 can now use these skills when helping delivering Fun Time Friday, Catrine Buddy system and playground activities.
Congratulations to Angie Leitch who took part in the National Primary Schools’ Burns Festival in Denny High School, Falkirk on Saturday 12th May. Angie received a Certificate of Achievement for Excellence in verse speaking (along with a medal) and took overall third place in her category!!
Seven of our pupils participated in the Concert Band finals at Perth on Saturday. Angie, Bruce, Erin, Aidan, Samuel, Stuart and Sarah all play in either the Junior or Intermediate Bands. We are very proud to announce that both bands played so well that they were awarded Gold Standards!
Congratulations to all of the pupils involved – their great achievements are due to their hard work and commitment.
Four P7 pupils – Haily, Conor, Hollie and Samuel – attended the P7 General Knowledge Quiz, organised by Cumnock Rotary Club. Their enthusiasm and teamwork were great, and they set a very high standard for Catrine PS. Mrs Cowan, Mrs Schendel and Mrs Govans were in the audience, and were very proud of all of them.
Four P6 pupils – Courtney, Aidan, Khyla and Tyler – represented Catrine PS at the recent EAC Euroquiz competition. They answered questions on a wide variety of topics, and although they didn’t win, they thoroughly enjoyed their morning out of school. Mrs Govans received an email from the organisers praising the pupils and their lovely manners and great behaviour. Well done!