Last weekend saw Busby’s entry compete in the annual Greenbank Garden Wheelbarrow Competition. Miss Lawson’s Skills academy group put the wheelbarrow together, and although we didn’t finish amongst the prizes, the children should be very proud of their efforts!
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Yesterday, at Scotstoun Leisure Centre our four P4 Tennis Stars competed in the West Region Primary Schools Finals.
With flashing forehands and beautiful backhands on show they challenged for every point, acquitting themselves magnificently, whilst showing immaculate sportsmanship.
Finishing in an amazing second place, narrowly beaten by The High School of Glasgow’s Junior School, the team should be very proud of their achievements. All of the Busby Family are extremely proud of them.
Andy Murray is now officially looking over his shoulder!
Congratulations go to Rebecca (P7) on gaining a place with the British Skating Development Squad. All the hard work and determination, including three 5.30am starts a week have certainly paid off. Her talents have also been recognised with a nomination for the South Lanarkshire Sports Awards.
All the Busby Family are extremely proud of Rebecca. Well done!
On Tuesday afternoon, some of our P7 pupils had the chance to visit Williamwood to compete in a Cluster P7 Maths Challenge. Working in teams with pupils from Carolside and Netherlee, many tricky problems had to be solved. All pupils had a fantastic time and should be very proud of their performance. Special mention to Caragh, who was part of the winning team!
After their success at the Williamwood Cluster tournament on Friday, the Busby team of Rory, Hamish, Sarah and Eilidh took part in the East Renfrewshire finals at Giffnock Tennis Club on Thursday 18th May. The team played magnificently and won the tournament, finsihing with a very impressive 225 points! They will now take part in the West Region Primary Schools Finals at Scoutston Community Indoor Tennis Centre on Sunday 4th June.
Well done – we are all so proud of you!
At Busby, we are hoping to install a vertical garden at the rear of the school. We have been in discussions with international environmental artist, Marc Granen and a consultancy called Nature Harmonics to try and bring this exciting project to life. In order to raise the necessary funds, we have managed to secure a place in the latest Tesco Bags of Help vote.
If you are shopping in one of these stores, please cast your vote for Busby!
BARRHEAD G78 1LS
CLARKSTON EXPRESS G76 7AT
GLASGOW CATHCART RD EXPRESS G42 9EA
GLASGOW SILVERBURN G53 6AG
GLASGOW VICTORIA EXPRESS G42 8YU
KILMARNCK RD GLAS EXPRESS G43 2XS
NEWTON MEARNS EXPRESS G77 6NP
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