Numeracy Newspaper

Morning everyone! The sun is shining – a reason to smile! 😃☀️ Here is this week’s numeracy newspaper if you fancy having a go at some extra maths challenges! Don’t forget to share your work on your class Seesaw page for us all to see. I hope you are all safe and smiling! Mrs McMillan

Money Sense Monday!

Good morning everyone! The Royal Bank of Scotland have created some lessons which are great for using maths in real life contexts. These can be found of their website or you can access them on their Facebook page! Have fun and don’t forget to post your work onto your class Seesaw page! 💷💳

Mental Health Awareness Week

Today marks the start of Mental Health Awareness Week. I thought I would share some of the amazing work P5 did earlier on in the year. What a kind, positive bunch! Look after yourselves and those around you.  Mrs McMillan ❤️🌈IMG_0221

Numeracy Newspaper

Morning everyone! Attached is a copy of the Numeracy Newspaper with activities for children in second level (P5-7). The stories focus on news from the past week and the numbers behind them. It is a great way for pupils to develop their numeracy skills  and apply them in new and unfamiliar contexts! I will post one every week, feel free to post your answers onto Glow/Twitter or your class Seesaw

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Maths in May!

Hi everyone and welcome to the month of May! I have set you all some activities that you can work on each day for the month of May if you wish! As always, feel free to share your work on our Twitter page of your class Seesaw page as we love to see your work! Have fun, Mrs McMillan

It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas!

It has been a very busy and fun-filled week at Balornock as we get ready for the festive season! We are all getting ready for the P1 Nativity next week, had a trip to Barmulloch library for Sleeping Beauty Panto and finished the week off with our annual Christmas Fayre! Here are some of Santa’s little helpers (a.k.a our House Captains) decorating our school’s Christmas tree!  

Collaborative Committees!!

This term our Pupil Council have teamed up with our Health Committee members to work on an Anti-Bullying Competition. Today they did some amazing team work when working together in mixed groups to decide on the best entries. There was lots of great discussion and decision-making going on through the judging process. Here are some snaps of them hard at work!  

Term 1 House Winners!!

This term Kelvin were the winning house! As a reward we are off to Springburn Park on Wednesday afternoon for fun and games. We will leave the school at 1.15pm and return to the school for 2.45pm. All our Kelvin parents and carers are welcome to join us! Can we remind all pupils of Kelvin to wear appropriate footwear for the park and to remember and bring a warm, waterproof

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Meet Our Captains!

Congratulations to the following pupils who have been selected for this year’s House and Vice-Captains. Clyde                                                Tay                                                   Forth                                            Kelvin Captain: Darci Simpson                   Captain: Emily Wilson                    Captain: Joseph Christie          Captain: Tamta Chobalauri Vice-Captain: Kaian Murrie            V-C: Dylan Grant                              V-C: Chloe McLaren                  V-C: Muhammad Alley   We wish you every success in leading your teams to victory!!


Our after school Cooking Club kicked off this week and wow we have some very talented chefs in Balornock!  Our club will run for the next three weeks. Each week the boys and girls will make a starter, main and desert and on the final week, they will invite a special guest along to serve and enjoy the meal they have prepared. This week we were making our tasty starter

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