Community Garden

P4 and P2/3 went down to the Community Garden to start planting up our  beds.

We planted beans, potatoes, cucumber, lettuce and sunflower seeds. We also decorated around the beds using chalk to draw flowers, fruit and insects.

Our strawberry plants from last year are looking good too.

Fingers crossed for lots of strawbs!


Big Walk and Wheel week

Just a reminder that we are taking part in the
Big Walk and Wheel to School this week (18th -22nd March).
Sustrans Big Walk and Wheel 2024 is the challenge’s 15th year and we would love you to take part and help make it the largest and most successful one yet.


Sustrans Big Walk and Wheel is the UK’s largest inter-school walking, wheeling, scooting and cycling challenge. It inspires pupils to make active journeys to school, improve air quality in their neighbourhood and discover how these changes benefit their world.

The event aims to encourage more families to travel to school actively and help create healthier and happier communities.

This is also a great opportunity to boost our S-miles on our Journey to Jupiter too!! Remember we count all family members who are walking, cycling and scooting to school for our Bonus S-miles!

Decorate a potato for World Book Day


Olaf and by Ellie in P1A  and The Last Bear by Kayla in P6


The Gruffalo by Harper in P1A

Paddington Bear by Carter in P2

Snuffle the Hedgehog by Ali in P3

The Tiger Who Came to Tea by Norah in P1A

The Smeds and The Smoos by Oliver in P3/4

The Tiger Who Came to Tea by Aila in P1B

Alice in Wonderland by Sophie in P5/6

Well done Molly in P2

Mika in P4 has found Wally!

Clean Green Award


We are taking part in East Ayrshire Council’s Food Waste Recycling  Initiative called Dinnae Forget Your Caddy! We are trying to encourage our community to –

  • Recycle food waste at home and present your caddy for collection each week
  • Help to raise our Community Caddy Count .

Can you help us reduce food waste? Here’s how it works…


See the links below for short video clips on recycling our food waste-

Can you please remember to put out your caddy every week for collection and help us raise our Caddy Count in Mauchline?

As part of this initiative we ran a school competition to name our own school Caddy and the winner is…

Brodie Adams in Primary 4. Well done Brodie!


He came up with the idea of calling the Caddy

Obin-Wan Kenobi!

“Recycle YOUR FOOD!!”

Windy’s Top Tip #5

As part of Windy the Wind Turbine’s Workforce we participate in challenges to reduce/save energy… we can collect 8 wind turbine parts which assemble to make a  Windy Turbine and gain a Windy Trophy for our school.  We currently have 3 parts and are working towards gaining the fourth part!

This is Windy’s Top Tip for February!!


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