We went to a trip to Sky Academy in Livingston. We all had different jobs and used our skills to make an advert for a horror movie. We were given the adverts we created on a memory pen to keep. Happy viewing!
Primary 7 were visited by the deputy head teacher of Mearns Castle High School, Mr McGarry and 2 former S3 pupils. We heard all about what life will be like in S1 and we are now super excited!
A huge thank you to our P7 parents for coming to our Lochgoilhead showcase. We hope you enjoyed hearing all about Sir John Muir and about our achievements at Lochgoilhead.
Friends and memories forever!
Showing off our numeracy skills!
Primary 7 were doing social dancing in the sun today.We learned how to do the Gay Gordons with Mr Russell.
Looking forward to welcoming our families on Wednesday afternoon for our Lochgoilhead Showcase.
We are over the moon with our P7 Leavers Hoodies!
Today we had a visit from Shazia and Adeel from Colourful Heritage. Euan and Maisie were awarded prizes for their winning entries for the quiz they completed at the Community Days.
Last week we went to our long awaited residential trip to Lochgoilhead.
It surpassed all expectations! We had the time of our lives and made the most precious memories together.
We will share our experiences next week at the Lochgoilhead Showcase, looking forward to welcoming parents on Wednesday 15th May at 1.30pm.
We can Beat the Street! Today we celebrated our achievements in gaining first place in both categories in Beat the Street. We are so proud of ourselves and our school community for achieving this award. What a feeling it was watching back all the photographs. We were also rewarded with an extra 15 minutes playtime in the afteroon. Kirkhill can Beat the Street!
This has been a busy week! Yesterday we also found out our show parts. We were very excited and felt like we had been waiting for a while. There was a lot of tension between each part being revealed, but there was a lovely round of applause after every part was announced. We are all looking forward to starting our rehearsals once we return from Lochgoilhead next week.
Today Primary 7 also collaborated across the stage, to prepare for Lochgoilhead by researching the Leave No Trace principles. This work will help us achieve our Sir John Muir award.