A huge well done to all staff and children for helping us to achieve our level1 award today. The assessor was really impressed with all of the work that we have been doing! Special thanks to Mrs Baker, Miss Dunn and Mrs Dobbie for all of their work in preparation.
Tomorrow (Friday 29th May) we are holding a ‘Day of Many Colours’. You will have previously received a letter about this event. All classes will take part apart from Primary 7 as they are attending a Mass of Thanksgiving at St Andrew’s Cathedral.
Children can wear their own clothes and a top or t-shirt in their ‘House’ colour apart from St Andrew’s house who should wear white.
Children should bring a suggested donation of 50p which will go to the ‘Missions Rosary’ charity.
Mnay thanks for your continued support
Primary 7c worked cooperatively to come up with their charter. They had lots of ideas about what rights were important to them and the actions that they should be displaying!
Primary 7b think that their charter is so important that they put it on a scroll! It shows their rights and the responsibilities of both them and their teachers.
Primary 7a posed for the camera to tell everyone about their rights! Their charter displays the rights that they feel are most important to them as well as the actions they will try to display.
Primary 6d worked together to design and make every part of their charter from choosing the rights to be focussed on, to coming up with different images that show they that they all have an important part to play both in our school and world as a whole!
Primary 6c worked together to design this colourful class charter. It displays the rights that they feel are important to them in school, the actions they will try to demonstrate and the responsibilities that they have.
Primary 6b designed this fabulous fairground-themed charter to show what rights they feel are most important to them and the actions they will all try to display.
Primary 6 a worked together to discuss their rights and what responsibilties they have. They devised a charter that shows the rights that they consider to be most relevant and important to their school life and the actions that they will try to display.
Primary 5d designed and made this colourful class charter. It shows articles from the convention for the rights of a child and also shows the ideas they came up with about how everyone should act and the responsibilites that everyone has.
Primary 5c came up with this eyecatching class charter to show that they are reaching for the stars! They are making sure that everyone knows their rights and what actions they should display. This will help to make our a school fair and happy place!
Primary 5b talked about what rights were important to us and how we would make sure that everyone in our school enjoys the same rights. We set these out in our class charter!
Recently we discussed articles from the Convention of the Rights of a Child and came up with ways that we can all ensure that everyone in our school enjoys these rights!
Our super Class Charter shows our rights and the responsibilties we have to make sure that we all enjoy these rights. This will help our school to continue to be a happy and safe place to learn and play!
Our eye catching class charter is our way of showing what our rights are and what our actions should be to make sure we all enjoy these rights!
We looked at the different articles telling us about our rights. Then we worked together to come up what our responsibilities are and what our teachers should do too!
As a class, we learned about the different rights that we have. We talked about the articles from the Children’s Charter and about what our actions should be and responsibilties are to make sure that everyone in our school enjoys these rights!
We talked about our rights and responsibilites. Our Class Charter shows that we have agreed to work together to make our class a happy one!
This colourful pot of flowers shows the rights that we have and our responsibilties that go with these rights!