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Glasgow Music Festival

Miss Lawson took her choir to compete at the Glasgow Music Festival on Tuesday 14th March. The girls sang beautifully with the adjudicators commenting that “the tempo nuances were well handled” and it was “a very well constructed programme.”

Well done to Miss Lawson and the choir.



Yellow Folders


Could you please ensure that your child’s yellow folder has been returned to school?  As always, we are interested to read any feedback you may wish to include on the relevant form regarding your child’s work.

Winter Holiday

Well done to pupils in Primary 1 – their winter assembly was wonderful!

All school pupils should have a short newsletter in their bags today.  There is also a copy in the newsletter section of the website.


The school is now closed for the Winter holiday and re-opens on Thursday 5th January 2017 at 9am.

Google Expeditions

What a fantastic experience for our P4 and P5 pupils this afternoon, supported by Colin from Google.  The pupils were able to explore the universe and The Great Barrier Reef using Google Cardboard virtual reality viewers.  From the oohs and aaghs that filled the room a great time was had by all!


‘Snow White’ performance for Early Level Pupils

The ‘Busby Family’ saved the day on Friday as the planned performance of ‘Snow White’ was called off at very late notice.   Miss Lawson and P2/3 sang “When I Grow Up” from Matilda and Mrs McLean and Primary 4 performed a selection of Christmas songs.  Miss Cairnie led a storytelling session, ably assisted by P4 pupils.

Well done and thank you to all who performed for the Nursery parents and pupils.  ‘Snow White’ has been rescheduled for Friday 9th December at 10.45am.  Nursery parents are welcome to join us for the performance.


Grow Your Pound


This week as part of Finance Week, our P5 and P6 pupils are participating in the Profitable Pound Challenge, where they have to try to create a market and maximise their profits!

At break and lunchtimes there will be the opportunity for other pupils to purchase items from their “shops”, should your child wish to bring some money to school with them.

Primary 1 Active and Healthy Workshop

Today, our Pupil Sports Leaders, presented to the P1 parents a variety of different games, sports and activities that they could try out with their children.  The session started with a presentation from our Active Schools Co-ordinator, Lesley Birrell Palmer and our PE Specialist Laura Kerr.  There was the a practical workshop outdoors in the playground, where all P1 pupils loved participating with the adults.

img_2877-jpg img_2891-jpgThe fantastic session concluded with parents and pupils eating and chatting together in the school lunch hall, having the opportunity to sample the menu from ERC Catering and also the daily routines.