P5 have won the Kindness Competition by performing the most acts of kindness during Anti-bullying Week 2021. The prize was suggested by the Inclusive Schools Committee and will be games afternoon.
Well done to everyone who performed an act of kindness.
Kindness jars showing the acts of kindness across the school and at home.
Children across the school took part in activities to raise awareness about Road Safety and recognise the important part we all play in helping to keep ourselves and others safe on the roads.
Please visit individual class pages for photos from the week.
Here are just a selection that have been shared from last week.
We have had such a big response for our competition. Thank you soo much and well done to everyone who took part.
The winners will be announced next week!
Thank you again to everyone for a successful Road Safety Week.
As is it Road Safety Week , we the JRSO’s are promoting our Safe Parking Campaign. We have made a video to share with you our Top Tips to keep everyone safe at drop off and pick up times at our school.
Please click to watch it below.
JRSO Top Tips for Safe Parking
15th – 21st November 2021
Book Week Scotland is an annual celebration of books and reading across Scotland.
Bookbug (Primary 1)
During this week Primary 1 children will be gifted with Bookbug bags from the Scottish Book Trust. The bags contain books and other resources for sharing songs and rhymes that are suited to the age of the children.
You can help your child get the most out of their P1 Bag by looking at and talking about the books together, using the whiteboard to play games, filling in the activity book and voting for your child’s favourite book.
On the Scottish Book Trust website you can find films of the books being read, more recommended books for P1s and enter your child’s vote in The Bookbug Picture Book Prize.
To hear the stories read out loud, please visit https://www.scottishbooktrust.com/reading-and-stories/bookbug-picture-book-prize
Read Write Count (Primary 2 and Primary 3)
Every Primary 2 and Primary 3 child in Scotland receives a Read,
Write, Count bag filled with books, activities and games to enjoy
and keep. The bags are gifted and developed by Scottish Book
Trust in partnership with Education Scotland and funded by
Scottish Government, and provide a great opportunity to explore
reading, writing and numeracy with your child.
Click here to access the Primary 2 Guide for Parents/ Carers
Click here to access the Primary 3 Guide for Parents/ Carers
Hear the stories being read out loud by clicking the links below.
Stories for Primary 2
The Biggest Story
The Bug Collector
Stories for Primary 3
The Last Wolf
Well done to everyone who entered the Dyslexia Awareness Week Competitions. The Inclusive Schools committee had a hard job choosing the winners and runners up.
P1 – 3 Design a Ribbon Competition
Winner: Harry Selman, P3/4
Runner Up: Murray Duff, P1b
Runner Up: Maria Woodburn, P2a
P4 – 7 Poem Competition
Winner: Amber Kerr, P7
Runner Up: Poppy Wyllie, P7
Runner Up: Ava Murray, P7
P4 – 7 Poster Competition
Winner: Gemma Robertson, P7
Runner Up: Beth Donnelly, P5
Runner Up: Layla Strachan, P5
Well done to everyone!
Children across the school took part in activities to raise awareness about Dyslexia and recognise the strengths and challenges someone who has dyslexia may face.
Please visit the class pages for photos from the week.
Well done to everyone who took part in the competitions this week. We have received lots of fantastic entries. The winners will be announced next week!