All about us!

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Chapelside Primary School

We are a primary 5 Class at Chapelside Primary in Airdrie.  Airdrie is a small town just outside of Glasgow.

There are 27 children in our class, 20 girls and 7 boys. We have two teachers this year called Miss Docherty and Mrs O’Hanlon.

Our school jumper is red and our school badge also has red in it. Our school badge has a tree on it. This is good because we are an eco school.

Chapelside Primary School Badge

Our school has a website. If you would like to see this then click on the link and you will be able to find out a bit more about our school.

Chapelside Primary School Website.

At the end of last year we had quite a few days off school due to the weather. Below is a picture of our outdoor learning area. We think it looks beautiful covered in snow.

Winter Garden

The about us page was created as part of challenge one in the student blogging challenge March 2011.

http://studentchallenge.edublogs.org/2011/03/05/challenge-1-march-2011/

4 Responses to “All about us!”


  • Hello! In Scotland, primary school covers children age 5-11 then they go to Secondary school. Children can leave Secondary at the age of 16 once they have completed 4 years or can stay on for 5/6 years until the age of 18.
    Hope this is useful.

    Mrs Black

  • Dear Brilliant Bloggers,
    At our school the primary division is from kindergarten to 2nd. What is it like at your school?

  • Hi Brilliant Bloggers!

    I too found your blog from the Edublog Challenge. I have a question for you regarding the name Chapelside Primary School. Specifically, the Primary part. In the USA, primary grades usually mean Kindergarten, 1st, and 2nd grades, which are the first three years of school. The kids in primary grades are usually ages 5-8 years of age. However, I get the sense that primary means something different in other countries. Would you mind explaining to me what primary school means for you? Thanks!

    Kind regards,
    Mrs. Watanabe
    http://martinezroom201.edublogs.org

  • Hello Chapelside Brilliant Bloggers! I found your blog through the student blogging challenge. You have lots of great posts on your blog. I will come back again to read more of them.
    My dad was from Glasgow and I love being half Scottish 🙂
    Noeleen

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