Health week continues with children meeting Lynn and Colin and their beautiful guide dogs Jason and Eva. We learned about what it is like to be blind and how these wonderful dogs change the lives of blind people.
The children also learned about Makaton which uses signs and symbols to help people to communicate with one another.
The Sourdough bakery came to talk about where our food comes from. The children could explore how food tastes, smells, feels and what noise it makes when you eat it. Today the Science Centre are here to show us how our bodies work.
Please find details of Uplawmoor Halket Run taking place on 10th June.
Halket Run Fun Runs 10June17
Please find below a direct link to East Renfrewshire Culture and Leisure’s holiday activities which can be booked now for the summer.
Thank you to the parents who attended our Sexual Health and Internet Safety workshop today. Here is the link to assist with parental controls on your devices at home.
The Primary 7s will be blogging during their residential trip to Lockerbie Manor next week.
You can access each class blog by clicking on the ‘PUPILS’ tab, then ‘CLASS LEARNING BLOGS’.
Here is a link for P6/7 for ease!
Primary 1-3 where on a mission to make a moustache during their outdoor learning day yesterday!
See link regarding an East Renfrewshire Choral Programme at Williamwood High School for Primary children in August 2017.
Another singing opportunity for Primary 3 Junior Choir on Saturday 20 May 2017 at Williamwood High.
A huge well done to Team Uplawmoor who represented our school at the annual Neilston Show. They have trained hard in tug and relay over the past few weeks and we are proud of their positive attitude towards their training.
A special congratulations to the girls relay team (Carly, Toni, Ashley, Mia, Mary- sub) who came first! What a wonderful achievement.
Here is a short video which illustrate how East Renfrewshire’s school meals service works on a daily basis. This may be of interest to the parents of our new pupils joining us in August!
See link for Cricket club for 5-8 year olds.
Rian and Alexander did us proud today at the City of Glasgow College as they represented Uplawmoor Primary School at the Knex semi-final. 3,456 pupils from the West of Scotland took part in the challenge and 15 teams (each team consisting of 2 pupils) got through to this semi-final. We cannot show their design as the competition is still going on, but they created a superb piece of work which they are so proud of. Well done boys on getting this far! What a wonderful achievement.
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