To celebrate our house achievements so far this year, we are holding a House Day on Monday 10th October. Pupils should come to school dressed in house colours. Please do not go to any expense to buy new clothes – one item of clothing in the house colour is absolutely fine. Throughout the day, the children will work in their house groups and they will participate in a variety of engaging workshops. Primary 5 pupils will be going outside for 2 of the workshops so please send a waterproof jacket and suitable shoes. No donation is required for the house day. Tune into Twitter for some photos!
St Andrew – Purple St Mungo – Yellow St Mirin – Green
St Margaret – Red St Conval – Blue
Primary 7 children from St Joseph’s, St Vincent and Holy Name Parish have just received the Sacrament of Confirmation. All three Masses were beautiful; the children were outstanding and should be commended for their behaviour and reverence during the services.
This is the pupil’s final term and it is a very busy one. Below is a list of planned activities. Please complete the attached sheet and return to school as soon as possible. Continue reading Primary 7 Visits
Congratulations to the following children who designed and made very creative suggestion boxes! Pictures to follow!
Saint Mungo – Megan and Kate Gordon (joint entry), p6d
Saint Andrew – Joseph Munro, p4c
Saint Conval – Emily Preston, p6d
Saint Mirin – Olivia and Millie Kinnear (joint entry), p6a and p4a
Saint Margaret – Jasmine Memhi, p4d
Take a look at our video telling you all about our House system. We hope that you enjoy it!
Congratulations to St Andrew’s House who were awarded ‘House of the Week’ last week! Keep up the good work!
We are looking forward to our new Captains and Vice Captains taking up their positions soon!
School House Captains and Vice Captains have organised a design an Easter bonnet competition. Pupils who wish to take part can design and make an Easter bonnet in their house colour and bring it to school on Friday 4th April. There will be prizes for the winning bonnets in each house for pupils in infant, junior and senior departments.
Fundraising for SCIAF
Friday 4th April will also be a non-uniform day– children should bring in a donation and all money will go to SCIAF.
Thank you for your continued support and generosity.
House of the week for last week was St Margaret’s!
Congratulations, keep up the good work!
Congratulations to St Andrew’s! The won house of the week last week.
The whole school took part in the house day. It was a tremendous success! The pupils took part in a number of activities, including name the mascot, design a house scarf, create a motto, house assembly and wide game. Each house took part in the wide game and St Margaret’s were winners. It was wonderful to see the older children working and helping the younger ones.
Well done one and all!
St Mungo have scored a hat trick! They are the winners of the house football tournament, house netball tournament and this week’s house trophy.
The house day was a tremendous success. Everyone participated and had great fun. They enjoyed meeting up with pupils from P1-P7 who were in their house. They had lots of fun activities, such as design a mascot, create a motto, house assemblies and an outdoor wide game. (Just ask a pupil about the outdoor wide game). St Conval’s won the game by a narrow margin and celebrated in style!
We raised over £400 for Let the Children Life charity.
Congratulations to St Margaret’s House who are the winners of the house cup this week.