Just a note to say our pool will close for Summer on Thursday 27th June. So there will be no swimming on the last day but we will be running on our normal timetable until then. 🏊♂️🏊♀️
Thank you to all of our boys and girls for their super efforts over the last year, I’m already looking forward to what next year will bring for the talented and hard working pupils of Firpark Primary School. 🤸🏼♂️🏆🥇
Here is a link to some short videos of our hard work from this year:
Miss McEwan 😁
Our boys and girls showcased their excellent swimming skills at our Annual Swimming Gala on Friday 14th June.
The spectators were really impressed with our amazing technique and the huge improvements we have made in our strokes during the year.
All of the P.7 pupil’s were involved in this event as well as a selection of pupils across the school and at the end of the day, we had a medal ceremony to celebrate our achievements!
We were delighted to receive our second Eco Flag on Friday !
We had a great afternoon as a whole school raising our flag for everyone to see !
Today Room 7 shared their new movie “The Ballad of Janitor MacKay” with the infant department.
They enjoyed it, and we hope you do too!
Please click on the link below for our film:
The Ballad of Janitor McKay
This is some exclusive footage of Room 7 working hard to make their film:
Behind The Scenes Footage
Our Junior boys and girls visited Heads of Ayr on their Summer trip yesterday!
We all had an amazing time exploring. There was jumping pillows, animals, soft play and much much more!
Please have a look at the video we have made to show all our great pictures and videos from our fantastic day:
Please try to apply early to ensure clothing grants are made and free school meals are registered for the start of the new session on the link below:
Parents/carers who applied last year should already have been issued with a notice of consent or with a change of details letter. However application forms can be downloaded on the provided link.
If you require further information, please contact Irene Smith, Education & Families, Kildonan St, Coatbridge on 01236812263 or by email via: email@example.com
Primary 7 went to Strathclyde Park on Tuesday to support St. Andrew’s Hospice after fundraising with their families at home.
Everyone had great fun walking around the park and stopping to enjoy playing with friends!
On Monday morning, the Junior boys and girls were piped round to the gym hall by Ross and Murray from Lenzie Academy to begin our Highland Games. Everyone put in such a great effort all day and had great fun with our activities! Our Junior photos are on the link below:
On Tuesday, our Infant boys and girls were piped round to the hall by Emma, our bagpipe procession is on twitter for all to enjoy.
The Infant boys and girls had a fantastic time at their Highland Games and tried so hard at each activity! All of the results were so close and this shows how hard the boys and girls work all year to improve their skills. Our Infant photos are on the link below:
After all of the fun over both days, our whole school were treated to a Celebratory Ceilidh to close off our Highland Games! Thank you to our band who visited us again from The Royal Conservatoire! Please have a look at the photos below and the clips on Twitter:
Martin Miller from The Celtic Football Academy visited us in Firpark Primary School to present our Annual Football Awards!
He shared lots of interesting stories with us and talked about how being positive can help us improve as athletes.
Here is a link to the photos from the presentation:
We had an amazing day full of fun activities as part of our Outdoor Learning Week.
We made our own perfumes, planted seeds and lots more!
Please have a look at our photos on the link below: