Thank you to the parents, friends and family who came to our Carols and Shortbread Concert last Wednesday. The children worked very hard to learn their lines and perfect their singing voices and we hope you enjoyed the festive entertainment. A special well done to the Primary 1 -3 children who put on a fantastic, funky nativity . You were all superb!
All children should be dressed smartly in school uniform (shirt and tie if possible) for the carols and singing performances.
Our Street Dance crew should make sure they bring ‘street gear’ for their performance. Clothes such as joggies, hoodies, t-shirts, caps and of course trainers, is ideal! Most of the children have a quick change, so clothes which are easy to get on and off are ideal!
We look forward to seeing you all on Wednesday!
Last weekend the PSA hosted a Christmas Fayre to raise money for the school. There were lots of stalls to shop at. You could buy frames, flowers, cakes, wood carved animals and lots of crafts. There was also a tombola and a place where you could have a hot drink and a cake.
We are very grateful for the effort and time the parents put in to host a wonderful fayre.
By Jody (P6) and Elyza (P1)
We are excited for tomorrow’s movie afternoon which will take place in the Mure Hall at 1.35pm. Entry is £1 which includes a snack and a drink. Snacks from home should not be brought to the movie afternoon.
To celebrate the Christmas Fayre on Saturday, we are getting into the Christmas spirit and inviting pupils and staff to wear a Christmas jumper to school! (Remember, we still expect to see school skirts and trousers!)
christmas-fayre-2016-flyer Please find details of the annual PSA Christmas Fayre, which will be held at the school on Saturday 3rd December from 10.30 – 12.30. We hope to see you there!
Poster designed by the Media Committee.
The boys and girls were challenged to build a sleigh for Santa out of junk modelling. Each house had 2 bags of recycled objects and a box of crafts to make the most creative vehicle for Santa to travel in.
The children worked collaboratively and created four absolutely stunning sleighs. The winning house was Libo with 46 points out of a possible 50 for their ‘Rudolph Roller’ design (and a big well done to Ollie and Zoe who played Donner and Blitzen sprinkling reindeer dust en route). Well done to everybody involved!
We have had a very busy week celebrating the festive season. We have been to Peter Pan the panto, enjoyed a Christmas lunch and entertained our friends and family at our Carols and Shortbread concert.
Next week we are looking forward to our Christmas Parties on Monday and our Church service on Tuesday. Children should bring party clothes in a plastic bag and they can change after lunch. Soup and a sandwich will be on the menu for children having a school lunch on Tuesday. The school will close at 2.30 prompt on Tuesday so please ensure all children are picked up as the school will be empty and locked.
Only 1 week until CHRISTMAS!!
Brodie and Zoe would like to remind you to come and see our Carols and Shortbread event on Wednesday. Primary 1-3 have been busy rehearsing their nativity and the rest of the school have been learning some festive songs. We look forward to seeing you there and singing some Christmas songs with you!
The event is full, so please do not forget your tickets!
On the 04.12.15 P6/7 will be hosting a movie afternoon for the pupils.
P6/7 did a school vote on which film we would show, and Elf won. It will be in the Mure Hall just opposite the school. It will be completely free but children can bring in £1 which will get them something to drink and a snack. Please remember, children should NOT bring in their own snacks.
The Uplawmoor PSA would like to thank everyone who worked so hard over the last few weeks and on Friday and Saturday in particular, to make the School Christmas Fayre such a success.
P6/7 worked hard in the beauty Parlour painting and nails and faces and tattooting and decorating crazy hairstyles, as well as running the toy stall and mini tombola.
Thank you also to all the parents and staff manning the tea rooms, selling crafts, minding Santa and running raffles and knocking doors to sell tickets. Thank you to all our stall holders and everyone who came to support us on Saturday. It was very busy with lots of gifts and beautiful crafts to choose from.
Massive thanks also to Mr Wright who had to come in very early to make sure the tea urn was on and to Mrs Watson for her endless patience answering questions, printing tickets and most importantly opening the door for us many times!
We are delighted to report that the Christmas Fayre raised a whopping £1374 this year. Well done to all!
We look forward to helping out at the Carols and Shortbread and would like to wish all the pupils, staff and parents of Uplawmoor Primary School a very Happy Christmas!