Rights Respecting Schools Concert

Elderbank Choir performed at the Greenwood Academy Rights Respecting Schools Concert held on Wednesday 14th September 2016. The concert was supported by all primary schools in the Greenwood cluster and Elderbank were proud to play their part in supporting the concert which helped raise funds for North Ayrshire Young Carers and UNICEF.

The funds raised have helped provide some respite for North Ayrshire’s Young Carers and will also provide some inspired gifts for children overseas. These gifts include; Tetanus vaccines for 1000 children, a bicycle, a vaccine carrier for a health worker and chalkboards for 100 children.

A big thanks to Mrs White and Mrs Walker for rehearsing our star performers from Elderbank and of course a huge thanks to our choir members for giving up their time and talent to make the concert such a wonderful and worthwhile event.


Friday 28th October 2016

Blood Red Tomato Soup

Witches Fingers (Hot Dogs)

Vegetarian Hot Dogs

Spooky Sausage Rolls

Choice of Scary Sandwiches

Bubbling Baked Potatoes

All served with Frightening Fries and unlimited dungeon pickings from the salad bar.

There will also be a selection of Halloween themed muffins and


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Halloween Disco

Just a quick reminder that we will host our Halloween Disco tonight, Wednesday 26th October.  The primary 3 & 4 disco will begin at 6:00pm with the primary 5, 6 & 7 disco following on at 7:30pm.  We hope to see lots pupils attending on what is sure to be a great night!

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Harvest Assembly


The Elderbank Choir performed beautifully to celebrate Children’s Rights at our recent Harvest Assembly. Thank-you to Mrs White, Mrs Walker and the boys and girls for their all their hard work and talent. 


Mrs Wilson, Chair of our PTA and our Headteacher Miss Robertson, look on as Chellie Brown, Chairperson of our Pupil Council signs our Declaration of Commitment.

The Declaration of Commitment tells everyone how Elderbank Primary is committed to protecting the rights of children at Elderbank Primary and to support the rights of children wherever they are in the World.


Tyler Love, Treasurer of the Pupil Council, reads out the Declaration of Commitment to all our Elderbank pupils.

Well done Tyler. You did a fantastic job and we are grateful to you for such a skilled and confident reading.

French In Elderbank

Two classes worked together to create a fabulous video encompassing all they had learned and more. P3 and P6 not only worked with each other but together with a local company called ‘Halo Productions’. This link with industry gave them the confidence to animate their ideas. Pupils acted as script-writers, stop-motion animators, voice-overs, designers/artists, singers, directors and producers. The results are ‘formidable’! Elderbank also have hearing impaired pupils and BSL is our L3 for other pupils and teachers. In order to be fully inclusive, we have signed the English parts of the animation.

Author Visit

Pupils from Primary 6 and 7 enjoyed a visit from author David Goutcher as part of Tidelines Book Festival. He spoke to pupils about his new book ‘Polybius: The Urban Legend’ and ‘Spy Quest’ an interactive computer game.

You can follow the link to the Spy Quest Game – here

MacMillan Coffee Morning

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We would like to say a HUGE thank you to everyone who attended our coffee morning.  The event was a great success and we were able to raise a fantastic sum of £991!

Special thanks must go to Miss Fish for organising this event, our parent helpers on the day and to the staff and pupils who contributed to making the event such a success.

Well done everyone.