We need a HERO!

Primary Seven pupils called for a superhero to assist them at assembly time with their tricky maths homework. Could Wonder Woman, Batman or Superman help them solve their problem? The answer was NO! The boys and girls soon realised that you do not need super powers to achieve your best. All that you require is a positive mindset and determination just like the Primary Seven pupils. In class we have been learning about our personal skills and qualities, and how we can all help each other by having a positive mindset towards our class work and peers. We even created our own imaginary Superheroes using alliteration. Pupils spoke at assembly about inspirational people in their life and who they most admire and why. Well done Primary Seven, you are all Superheroes!

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Primary Seven Monitors

Well done to our new Primary Seven class monitors for this session! Here are a few pupils beaming with pride after being presented with their new badges at assembly this morning. Ms Bowman was really impressed with the high standard of detailed answers on your application forms for the post. We know you will all be responsible monitors and set an excellent example to our younger pupils.

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School Captains and Vice Captains

Congratulations to the following pupils who have been voted as Captains and Vice Captains by their peers:

Abigail Semper and Jonathan Vance – School Captain

Lee Colquhoun and Heather Stewart – School Vice Captain

 

Well done to all Primary 7 pupils who took part in presenting their speech to others.  Pupil speeches were of a very high standard.