Last month, the primary 4 children visited Motherwell Heritage Centre to extend their learning related to the ‘Romans’ theme. The children engaged enthusiastically with the workshop content and found the visit very interesting and enjoyable.
These sessions were very well attended and gave parents the opportunity to share in their child’s learning experiences at nursery. We received positive feedback from those who came along and the children enjoyed the experience too. Many thanks for coming … Continue reading →
Pupils from P4 to P7 had the chance to get a first hand look at how they receive the Internet in their homes and at the school. They learned how fibre broadband works and compared this to copper wire cables … Continue reading →
Congratulations to one of our P6 pupils who won the local round of the Burns World Federation competition for playing the bagpipes. She now moves on to compete in the next stage of the competition. We wish her lots of … Continue reading →
We have just had our Eco Day and it has been a very exciting day with lots to do and many visitors who visited our school! For example, an officer from the nearest police station came to talk to us about Stranger Danger and bullying. … Continue reading →
On Wednesday, parents and family members were invited to the annual Spring Fling held by the nursery children. On that day, the adults were treated to songs and performances. The children had made an Easter bonnet at home, which they … Continue reading →
On Thursday afternoon, P1 and P2 invited parents and family for their annual Daffodil Tea. Their guests were treated to tea and cakes, while the children sang songs and performed for them. As always, it was a great afternoon and … Continue reading →
On Friday, the children in P6 and P7 went to Stirling Castle to see in real life the castle they have been studying as part of their IDL theme. They were very impressed and excited about the castle, and loved being … Continue reading →