Visitors From Down Under

Today’s assembly was extra special as we welcomed the Bell family all the way from Melbourne, Australia. Susan Bell is a former pupil at Braidbar, who attended the school  back in 1985, before moving to Australia for a life in the sun.

Susan was joined by her three children – Johnny, Katy and Emily, who told us all about their school in Melbourne and the sports they played.

It was great to welcome the family to the school and we hope they enjoy the rest of their time here in Scotland.

 

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S1 Woodfarm Pupils lead the way in Sport!

Pupils in P4 from Braidbar and Thornliebank primary participated in a fun sports festival held at Woodfarm High School yesterday. Marie Baxter- Active School Coordinator- trained up 20 S1 pupils to be Young Leaders and as part of the course they had to organise and lead a festival. The S1 pupils delivered the activities with help from Marie Baxter, P.E staff and Sports coaches. The Primary 4 pupils were all split into Commonwealth countries and participated in Athletics, Basketball, Dodgeball, Football and dance. The winning team were Jamaica who will be getting a special treat next week. Well done to the S1 pupils who have successfully passed their leadership course and to all the P4 pupils who attended and participated in all the fun sporting activities.

 

Sports Day Success!

On Friday, in the beautiful sunshine, Braidbar made their way to Muirend Pavillion for the annual Sports Day.

Cheered on by a supportive crowd of family and friends, each pupil rose to the challenge and competed in the spirit of fun and friendship.

The afternoon ended with a House Relay which saw Stevenson win and take home the Sports Day Trophy.

A massive thank you to Mr Gordon and Mrs Baxter for their hard work and congratulations to all involved. We look forward to seeing you all again at Sports Day 2016!



 

 

Achievement Assembly

This morning Mrs Andrews hosted the last Achievement Assembly of this school year and we were amazed to hear about the fantastic achievements of pupils across the school.

Two pupils were chosen from each class to be rewarded with an achievement balloon that will be placed on our achievement wall!

Here is a photo of this months recipients!

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Tonight’s The Night!

We are all very excited about tonight and the chance to share our production with an audience.

Pupils in the show should arrive at the school at 6.45pm.

The doors will open at 7pm.

Programmes, designed by P6b, will be available on the night. There is a suggested donation of 50p per programme.

We look forward to seeing you tonight.

 

Silence is Goldon

Last term, the Primary 6 pupils participated in a sponsored silence to raise money for Marie Curie Cancer Trust.  The pupils remained tight-lipped for one and a half hours and managed to raise £647.64!!

Now the silence is over and we want to SHOUT about their achievement. In fact their work was so impressive that even the local paper wanted to SHOUT about it too!

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Congratulations Primary 6!

 

Achievement Assembly

This morning we celebrated the achievements of the pupils in our school-and it turned out we had a lot to be proud of!

Below are a list of the pupils and their awards:

 

Achievement Balloons:

Primary 1: Liam, Raine

Primary 2: Matilda, Toby

Primary 3a: Danyal, Hamza

Primary3b: Umair, Saman

Primary 4: Ayman, Matthew

Primary 5: Hamza, Michael

Primary 6a: Heidi, Esha

Primary 6b: Jamie, Ayyad

Primary 7a: Ittba, Saarah

Primary 7b: Rayyidh, Kezia

 

Blog of the Month: Primary 3b

Best Dorm at Dounans: Venacher B

Sumdog Reading Champion: Nabiha

Sumdog Class Champions: Primary 5

 

And we had the perfect end to the assembly as Miss McAusland’s dance group performed their excellent routine! Well done everyone!

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Dounans

The Primary 7 pupils had a great week at Dounans Outdoor Centre. They underook a range of activities such as: canoeing, orienteering, exploring, raft building and the Mohawk Walk.

If you wish to see the pupils in action please click on the photo below.

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Comic Relief

On Friday the 13th March, Braidbar Primary and Nursery Class raised £369 for Comic Relief by making their faces ‘Funny for Money’.

A big thank you to all the pupils and parents for their support. And an especially big thank you to Kiran and Jessica for proposing the idea and their commitment to the project.

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Primary 1 and Miss Kearney

No Smoking Day

On Wednesday 11th March, the Health and Wellbeing committee toured the school to present their No Smoking Day PowerPoint.

The committee, aided by Mrs Andrews, informed the pupils about the dangers of smoking and the risks of second-hand smoke.

We would like to thank them for their time and effort.

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P6a Assembly

The school were astounded this morning by the talents of Mrs Phee’s Primary 6 class and their excellent assembly.

A full hall, packed with parents and pupils, enjoyed learning all the Interdisciplinary work the P6a pupils have undertaken. The performance showcased the talents of the pupils in many of areas of the curriculum, such as Art, Writing, Drama, French, ICT and Comedy!

Thank you for your hard work and great performance P6a!

 

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