In Mearns Primary, we believe that celebrating success and achievements empower pupils to aim for higher levels of attainment. We work hard to promote a strong ethos of achievement by promoting a can do attitude in pupils and staff.
Previously Mearns Primary has been recognised in the Scottish Education Awards for The Most Enterprising Primary School and enterprise and citizenship continues to be embedded in the life of the school.
There is a wide range of opportunities for pupils to demonstrate achievement, citizenship and enterprise skills though class work, competitions and a variety of out of school activities. Pupils enjoy recording their achievements in their Class Blogs (P1-3) and E-Portfolios for older pupils (P4-7).
Achievements are also celebrated and recorded in many different ways including:
- Achievement display at Assembly – sharing success with parents and school visitors
- Enterprise events – most of which are shared with parents
- Whole school, stage and pupil led assemblies
- Extra curricular clubs and external competitions
- Excellent choir performances including school show
- Encouragement stampers, stickers and certificates at stage assemblies
- ‘Caught you being good’ mural display
Tell Us About Your Child’s Successes and Achievements
Our learners are successful, confident, exercise responsibility and contribute to the life of the school, the wider community and as global citizens. Our pupils achieve a range of skills and attributes through a wide range of activities.
As a school, we are committed to recognising a broad sense of achievement. Therefore, in addition to the many ways in which we celebrate achievement within school already we would like you to inform us of any additional achievements that we may not yet know about your child.
In no more than 200 words, please outline the achievement in the comment box below including the pupil’s name and year group. If possible, please provide a photograph or any other relevant media via mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org