Our Rights Respecting Mascot

Our Rights Respecting Mascot We held a competition for the children at Balornock Primary to design a Rights Respecting Mascot for our school. We had two winning entries. Our winning designs were created by Daniel Ferguson and Alisha McKnight. We have combined both of their designs to create Bal-B – our Rights Respecting Mascot. Bal-B is on display throughout our school. Bal-B – Our Rights Respecting Mascot Here is what

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Ross Collins Visits Balornock

The author Ross Collins visited Primary 2 and Primary 3/2 today. We had a super time listening to Ross’ experiences of reading, writing and drawing. He read his famous ‘There’s A Bear On My Chair’ and showed the boys and girls how to draw a polar bear.  It was also great to see some of our parents at todays session. We would like to thank Ross very much for taking time

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Health Week Zumbathon

We had a fantastic time at Zumba during our Health Week. We would like to say a big thank you to Carole our Zumba instructor who got us moving and grooving and learning some new moves.  Even our dinner ladies joined in.    

Health Week – Wake Up Shake Up

We have had a fantastic week at Wake Up Shape Up. The turnout has been brilliant. Pupils and staff were left feeling energised and ready for the day of hard work ahead. Wake Up Shake Up Wednesdays will start on Wednesday the 24th of May at 8.30am. All pupils, parents and carers are welcome.

Health Week @ Balornock Primary School

This week is Health Week at Balornock Primary. We will be focusing all our learning on a range of health matters including stranger danger, summer sun safety, internet safety, physical and emotional health and sexual health and relationships. Classes throughout the school will have the opportunity participate in increased physical activity during Health Week including a local walk and taster sessions in Zumba, Football, Boxing and Orienteering. As some of our

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Health Week – Primary 2’s Local Walk

Today in Primary 2 we went on a local walk to Springburn Park. We wanted to get some fresh air and some exercise. We saw lots of things on our local walk. ‘I saw lots of cars.’ By Darcie-Jaii ‘I saw beautiful flowers. They were colourful.’ By Arran ‘I saw some swans. I also saw lots of ducks. ‘ By Damien ‘There were lots of trees in the park.’ By

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