Layla, Alex, Calvin and Madison took part in a Judo competition at the weekend at the Time Capsule. They were lucky enough to have a Master Class with judo Olympian Ashley McKenzie before their competition. Layla had her judo belt signed by Ashley McKenzie. After competing they went ice skating.
Catrine PS were presented with a Certificate of Excellence for WWI Research by Deputy Lieutenant for East Ayrshire, Richard Vernon. The P7 class, led by Mrs McKenna and assisted by Mr Garven, were involved in a wide variety of activities in the weeks leading up to the 100th Anniversary of the end of WWI in November 2018.
Headteacher Mrs Govans nominated them for this award in recognition of their hard work and commitment, which included: organising a litter pick around Catrine War Memorial in partnership with Catrine Community Council, researching the history of all the soldiers listed on Catrine War Memorial, creating a WWI Memorial Banner which was displayed in school and in Catrine Parish Church, making remembrance crosses bearing the names of Catrine’s fallen soldiers and planting them, along with poppy seed, in the grounds of Catrine PS.
They also prepared and presented a wonderfully moving Service of Remembrance, welcoming the wider Catrine community into the school to remember the soldiers of Catrine.
Former P7 pupils, Lucy, Chloe and Bruce – all now in S1 at Auchinleck Academy – were presented with their Certificate of Excellence alongside Mrs McKenna and Mr Garven.
Miss Burleigh and Mrs Govans were delighted to be invited to Falkirk to be presented with Catrine PS’s Digital Learning Award certification.
Five ECCs, over 40 primary schools and 12 secondary schools from all over Scotland were awarded their Digital Schools accreditations and Catrine PS are proud to be included in the list of educational establishments that are including digital learning in their daily teaching environment.
Miss Burleigh and the Digital Learning Committee will now be working towards Catrine PS being presented with the CR-IS accreditation, focusing on Cyber Resilience and Internet Safety for primary school pupils.
Catrine ECC will be looking to start their journey towards Digital Learning accreditation throughout this session.
Catrine Primary School has just been awarded with the “Digital Schools Award”. We would like to share our success with all parents/carers and friends of our school. Please click on the link below for further information.
What a busy weekend it was for pupils from Catrine Primary School! Stuart got “player of the year” for Rugby. Declan and Bailey took part in the Ayr International Football Tournament. Calan and Tommy took part in the Talbot Tournament and Ellie and Lucy took part in a “Dance Show”.