We’ve been learning about ‘The Past’. This week we’ve been looking at houses from the past. We made Celtic houses, Tudor style houses and Victorian houses.
A newly amended canteen menu was introduced on Monday 10th March. The menu can be viewed and downloaded on the ‘Canteen’ page within the school Information section of the website. In addition to the main meal choices, the canteen offers baked potatoes, toasties and filled rolls daily.
The new menu began on Monday with Week Two.
Our special achievers for February received their certificates at a celebration assembly today. These certificates have been awarded for good work, behaviour, effort and attitude throughout the month of February. Our swimming team who took part in this week’s Inter-Schools Swimming Gala also received certificates for the excellent behaviour and attitude in representing the school at this event.
Congratulations and well done to all our certificate winners.
G6/7 pupils planned, promoted and ran the Book Fair as an enterprise with Business School, a curriculum-linked project. The pupils loved having the opportunity to take ownership. Running it as a Business School allowed the pupils to apply for jobs, make CVs and attend interviews. They practised creative and entrepreneurial skills and learned about the world of work.
The sales total was £758.15 and from this the school has received £379.08 to buy new books. G6/7 pupils would like to thank everyone who helped make the bookfair a very successful event.
EP7 are holding a movie afternoon on Friday 7th March. We will be showing Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs 2. The entry will be £1 per ticket and there will also be a tuck shop before the movie starts. In addition to this we will be selling raffle tickets for a chocolate hamper. These will be priced at 50p per strip. All money raised will go towards the P7 trip in June.