As part of our Health & Wellbeing programme, primary 2 children will be taking part in a football festival at Kinston Playing Fields, Neilston tomorrow Thursday 11th May, leaving the school at 11.40am and returning at 3pm. They will be travelling by coach. Pupils must bring a packed lunch (it was too late for the kitchen to provide packed lunches), a water bottle and bring a full PE kit with sessions being held outdoors.
Acting Head Teacher
Your child has the opportunity to attend a P2 – P4 Cluster Judo Club in the gameshall at St Ninians High School, Rouken Glen Road, Giffnock, G46 6UG. P2-P4 pupils are invited from OLM, St Josephs and St Cadocs Primary Schools. The details of the club are as follows: Continue reading P2 – P4 CLUSTER JUDO CLUB
Your child has the opportunity to attend a P2 Dance Club on a Wednesday after school in the gym hall. Participants should wear appropriate clothing to the club (for eg. Tracksuit bottoms, shorts, trainers) and also bring a filled water bottle. The details of the club are as follows: Continue reading P2 Dance Club
Mirin in P2 has raised an amazing £417.50 by doing a sponsored cycle. Here is the information from her ‘ Just Giving’ page. Outstanding, Mirin, Well done!
I am nearly 7 years old and have been doing a topic at school about the rainforest. I learned that the rainforest has a forest floor, understory, canopy and emergent layers and is really important for keeping the worlds air clean.
I was sad because people are cutting all the trees down to make money because they want to be rich.
I asked my dad how I could stop people cutting down the rainforest and we decided on a sponsored bike ride because I love cycling. I will be training hard before my big cycle on Sunday 25th May.
Please give any donation you can and I will give all the money to the World Wildlife Foundation to help protect the rainforest.
Thank you very much
Primaries 2a and 2b Wednesday 4th June 9.30am – 12.30pm
Primaries 2c and 2d Wednesday 4th June 12.00pm – 2.30pm
As part of our term 3 topic ‘The Local Area,’ we have arranged a visit to our original school home, Holmwood House in Cathcart.
On our visit, the children will take part in activities in Holmwood House itself and also in the surrounding grounds – story telling, scavenger hunt, mini beast hunt and more.
Buses will leave school at 9.30 and return at 2.45.
Children should come to school dressed appropriately for the weather and outdoor activities
Children should bring a packed lunch, labelled and in a plastic bag for ease of disposal
Cost of the trip is £1 towards transport, the remainder being subsidised by the P.S.A.
There is a shop in the house and if you wish your child to buy a small souvenir, we would recommend a maximum of £2
If there are any changes to medical conditions / medications from the medical consent form you completed at the beginning of this session, please inform the school office
Any parent with an East Renfrewshire Disclosure /PVG Certificate who wishes to accompany the class please indicate on the slip below
Working together to practise ordering numbers to 100!
Using the beebots to practice giving directions using left and right!
We looked at the rights from the United Nations Convention then came up with ideas about how we would make sure everyone enjoys these rights in school. Our colourful hands are there to show that we will all work together!
Take a look at our fabulous Class Charter! Our treasure chest is overflowing with our actions and responsibilities to make sure that everyone in our school enjoys their rights!
We came up with a list of actions and behaviour that we will try to display at all times in school then displayed them in our charter.
Primary 2c used their knowledge of 2D and 3D shapes to identify shapes and objects in the environment.
We used cubes to work out the story of 11 and 12.
We love using Education City to reinforce our learning.
We are developing our mental maths skills using number fans.
We worked in active learning groups to map out Katie Morag’s island from memory. It was great fun and we learned a lot!
We are a clever bunch in Primary 2a!
In Primary Two we have been learning to add up to twenty. We worked in small groups and used our cubes to explore the story of 11 and 12.
During our PE lessons we have been improving our fitness. We have been working at different stations with different activities to help us do this. We have been bouncing and catching the basketball, doing star jumps, jumping over obstacles and running.
Do you think we look like good atheletes?