Category Archives: Halloween

Hallowe’en Disco Saturday 28th October

The annual family Hallowe’en Disco will take place on  Saturday 28th October between 7.30pm and 10pm in the Mure Hall this year.  The event has to be limited to 120  people which includes infants.

Tickets are £10 per adult and £5 per child (including infants).  For further info contact Lynn Condy,  Jennifer Green or Alison McKenzie.

For tickets please complete letter/slip which was sent home week beginning Monday 11th September.


Lynn, Jennifer and Alison (Parent Fundraising Group)

House Challenge

Everyone worked hard in their houses this afternoon taking part in the first House Challenge of the session.  The Challenge set was to design and build a Hallowe’en themed Scarecrow.  All houses were given the same resources in their Challenge Box but as you can see, all came up with very different designs.  House Captains led thier houses well and commented on the teamwork and problem solving skills demonstrated by their members.  A great effort by all.  The winners today were Caldwell with 50 points.  pf_1476390225

Uplawmoor Halloween Disco

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Last night we had a spooky Halloween party with all staff and pupils, advertised by posters we made and displayed all around the school. There were parades for each stage group and also for the teachers and parents. Winners were Jack, Primary 1 who was a sneaky ninja. The Primary 2 winner was Rowan who dressed up as a vicious Viking.  Our Primary 3 winner was Eva who was the little orphan Annie from the old movie. Our fluffy Primary 4 winner was Ruby as a cuddly, pink fluffy unicorn. Our terrifying Primary 5 winner was Gabriel as a headless boy on a plate of cabbage. Primary 6 winner was Cameron as a street wise gangster and last, but not least, our Primary 7 winner was our freaky Frankenstein aka Annabelle. We would like to give the PSA and teachers a huge thank you for all the work they put in for the scary but fabulous Uplawmoor Primary Halloween disco 2015.

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