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First Friday Mass Primary 6

     St. Vincent’s Church                        Friday 5th February
Weather permitting; Primary 6 classes will attend Mass in St. Vincent’s Church, Thornliebank on Friday 5th February at 10am.
We shall leave from school at 9.30am accompanied by members of staff and will return at 11.00am.
The children will walk to/from church via a local route alongside Woodfarm High School and through parkland, thus avoiding any major road crossings.

  • Full school uniform, shirt, tie, school shoes
  • Children to dress appropriately for the weather conditions of the day.
  • Parent helpers are needed to assist. If you are able to help, please indicate on the tear-off slip below and return to school.
  • If there is any change in medical conditions / medication, from information given at the start of term, please inform school office

P5 – P7 Athletics Club

 Your child has the opportunity to attend a P5 – P7 Athletics Club on a Thursday after school in the gym hall and outside in the pitches. Participants should wear appropriate clothing to the club (for eg. Tracksuit bottoms, shorts, trainers, a waterprrof jacket is essential) and also bring a filled water bottle.  The details of the club are as follows: Continue reading P5 – P7 Athletics Club

P4 – P7 Hockey Club

 Your child has the opportunity to attend a P4 – P7 Hockey Club on a Tuesday after school outside in the MUGA. Participants should wear appropriate clothing to the club (for eg. Tracksuit bottoms, shorts, trainers, waterproof jacket) and also bring a filled water bottle.  The details of the club are as follows: Continue reading P4 – P7 Hockey Club

P6 Visit to the Glasgow Museum of Religious Life

 P6a     Tuesday 3rd June
P6b     Thursday 5th June
P6c     Thursday 12th June
P6d     Tuesday 17th June
We have arranged a visit to the Glasgow Museum of Religious Life to take part in an introduction to the museum and to world faiths with a specific focus on Islam. We shall also visit Glasgow Cathedral.
Weather permitting, we hope to walk around the grounds of the Cathedral and the Necropolis.
The children will leave the school by coach at 9:30 am and return at 3.00pm.
School uniform to be worn
Packed lunch required
Cost of trip is £4, towards the cost of transport and a donation to the Cathedral, the remainder being subsidised by the P.S.A.
There are small gift shops at the venues, if you wish your child to buy a souvenir we would recommend a maximum of £2
If there is any change in medical conditions/medication/contacts, from information given at the start of term, please inform school office
We would be delighted to welcome parents with an East Renfrewshire Disclosure or PVG Certificate to accompany us. Please complete the tear off slip below

K’Nex School Challenge

Once again  Primary 6 pupils had a fantastic time taking part in the K’Nex School Challenge. Their task was to design and make an exciting piece of apparatus for a playground. They had to draw some of their ideas before they started to build their model. Their designs had to be sturdy and safe for children to play on.

 The three judges were impressed with their drawings and models.

Congratualtions to Sophie McP and Jack M who won the School K’Nex Challenge. The runners up were Laayan A and Meriel G. They are looking forward to taking part in the K’Nex Cluster Challenge in April.

The runners up were Laayan A and Meriel G.

Congratulations to all of the Primary 6 pupils who took part!

House Netball and Football Tournaments

Recently, Primaries 6 and 7 took part in ‘House’ Football and Netball Tournaments. After a very close final, St Mungo’s house triumphed over St Andrew’s to become House Football Champions winning 6-5 on penalties. In Netball, St Conval’s house took part in a tense and exciting final , scoring with seconds remaining to defeat St Andrew’s 2-0 and be crowned House Netball Champions.

Primary 6 Victorian Day Tuesday 26th November 2013

To finish their studies of Victorian times, P6 will have a Victorian Day in school. Children should wear school uniform to school and bring clothes to change into.
We hope that, following our visits to the David Livingstone Centre, the children should be able to create a simple costume from items of clothing they already have at home. We look forward to a variety of Victorian related activities during the day!

P6 David Livingstone Centre

  

 P6a    Tues    19th November 2013
P6b    Wed    20th November 2013
P6c     Thurs 21st November 2013
 P6d     Fri      22nd November 2013
We have arranged a visit to the David Livingstone Centre to take part in a Victorian Childhood Workshop. This full-day workshop incorporates dressing-up and various hands-on activities, as pupils have a lesson in a Victorian Schoolroom (complete with a Victorian school-teacher!), visit a typical Victorian single-end and help with the laundry in the washhouse. They will also find out about the lives of mill-children and play traditional Victorian games.
The children will leave the school by coach at 9:30 am and return at 3.00pm.
School uniform to be worn
Packed lunch required
Cost of trip is £5, to include the cost of the workshop and part of the transport, the remainder being subsidised by the P.S.A.
There is a small gift shop at the venue, if you wish your child to buy a souvenir we would recommend a maximum of £2
If there is any change in medical conditions/medication/contacts, from information given at the start of term, please inform school office
We would be delighted to welcome parents with PVG/East Renfrewshire Disclosure to accompany us.