Meeting the Deputy First Minister

Our Head Boys, Rob and Marc and Head Girl Katherine had a very important role a few weeks ago.

They were so excited when they heard they had to greet and give a tour of the school to Mr John Swinney, Deputy First Minister and Cabinet Secretary for Education and Skills.

They took their very seriously and waited very patiently for his arrival!

Mr Swinney immediately put our young people at ease and introduced himself to them.

Katherine took the lead and told him all about our achievement board.

Marc led him the tour of the school and told him a little about himself and the classes as they walked around the school.

Have a look at some of the photographs from the visit.

 

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Senior Sports Day

Thank you to Mr Holmes and Gordon our Sports Coordinator  for organising this years sports day  at Eastwood High School.

Big shout out  to the sports champions from Eastwood High School for all their help at the various activities

All the pupils had a great time at the different events but especially loved all the races, especially the relay race.

Medals will be awarded  at the next assembly.

 

 

Active Fun Day

Thank  you to Mrs Airlie, Miss McKay & all the staff from Loch Lomond and Loch Ness wings  for organising an excellent Active Fun day.

A fun filled day with various sensory sport activities to take part in.

Thank you to all the parents who came to support our event.

The sun was shining throughout the morning  and all the pupils had a great time rotating around the various activities.

At the end of the morning every pupil was awarded a medal by Mrs Clark.

Have a look at some of the photographs.

 

 

 

Let’s go fly a kite……

Class Staffa had great fun at Ayr beach today. 

They set up the tent, made sandcastles, paddled, flew the kite, had a picnic lunch, played in the park and rounded off the day with a delicious ice cream.

Laughed lots as the teachers tried to stop the tent from blowing away!

Great fun had by all.

Connecting with wildlife…….

We’re all going to the zoo tomorrow, zoo tomorrow……

Class Shetland had the most amazing day out to celebrate the end of term at the Five Sisters Zoo in West Calder.

The sun was shining and the children had great fun taking time to explore and get used to the sensory experience, and meet some of the animals. This was a great fun achievement for some of the children.

Have a look at some of the photos from today’s outing.

 

AAC Communication Club

All welcome to the final AAC communication  club of this session, Thursday 16th June at 6.30pm.

Join us for a special interactive messy story surprise…………

Families and siblings welcome

 

Alice in Wonderland

What an amazing night at Eastwood theatre last night.

The Stargaze drama group, after school club organised by Miss Antelmi put on a wonderful performance of Alice In Wonderland, with not just one Alice but three……….

Last minute nerves were setting in behind the scenes but the pupils pulled it off when the curtains opened.

Congratulations to them all and especially Miss Antelmi and her staff of volunteers who help out every Wednesday after school, we couldn’t do it with you all.

Watch this space for next years performance……

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Showstopper!

Good luck to Miss Antelmi & the Stargaze performer for tonight’s performance of Alice in Wonderland.

Thank you  to  all the staff who volunteer and help out every week at the drama club, we couldn’t do it with out you.

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