The boys and girls were lucky enough to meet Mark Deans, who is a Scottish Open Water swimmer. He talked to the boys and girls about his time in Australia where he was training for 3 months. He said he preferred it to being in a pool as it was more challenging and exciting. He told the children he even saw a shark during this training!
Mark has a true love for water if he’s not swimming you’ll find him by the sea kite surfing which is his favourite sporting activity (apart from swimming obviously)!
Saturday 7th December
Our Christmas Fayre will start at 10am and will finish at midday. There will lots of festive fun and a range of goodies to buy. The children have also been busy making christmas crafts to sell. We look forward to seeing you there.
Thursday 12th December
The pupils and staff welcome parents to attend our open morning from 9.30am – 10.30am which will give you an opportunity to see your children in their learning environment. Make sure your brains are switched on and you are ready to learn!
Friday 13th December
We are all thoroughly looking forward to our Christmas outing to the Kings Theatre to see Aladdin. Please remember to bring a packed lunch for your child.
Class Christmas Parties
P1-3 – Monday 16th December
P4/5 Tuesday 17th December
P6/7 Wednesday 18th December
All parties will start at 1.45pm and chilren can bring their festive outfits in a bag and change at lunchtime.
Thursday 19th December 2013
The pupils of Uplawmoor will be entertaining parents, friends and family with song and dance at our ‘Carols and Shortbread’ afternoon. Primary 1-3 will also be putting us into the festive spirit with their wonderful nativity performance. Refreshments are available from 1.30pm with our performances starting at 2pm (approx).
Friday 20th December 2013
Our Christmas service will be at 1.30pm and parents and friends are welcome. Children will be dismissed at 2.30pm (approx).
Mrs Gray has retired after working in Uplawmoor Primary for 18 short years. The whole school put on a show which celebrated Mrs Gray’s retirement. We sang some songs and the P7s shared their favourite memories of Mrs Gray. The instrumentalists played some of Mrs Gray’s favourite music, including Katie’s version of Titanic. To top it off, the Glee club performed ‘Time of your Life’ as a tribute to her imaginary boyfriend (Patrick Swayze
Mrs Gray gave P6/7 and P4/5 a tub of chocolates and P1-3 received a box of Haribos. We had a wonderful afternoon and we hope Mrs Gray and her family enjoyed themselves.
We will miss you Mrs Gray! By Luca P7