Primary 6 have really enjoyed the “Clyde in the Classroom” project, during which they cared for brown trout eggs, and watched them hatch into alevins, and then develop into fry. Today we walked to the burn and released them, which some of our pupils were sad to do.
Thanks to Katie from “Clyde in the Classroom” who supported us throughout the project, and helped us with this morning’s safe release. Primary 6 were praised by Katie for the excellent way in which they have cared for the fish, keeping them cold and keeping the hatchery clean for several weeks. Well done Class 6!
Due to NLC school closures our world book day celebrations, due to take place tomorrow, Thursday 1st March, will be rescheduled. We will provide a new date as soon as we can, and all prearranged activities will take as planned.
An Amber weather warning is in place until 5am on Thurs. While there is likely to be heavy snowfall in south Scotland, there is less certainty how this might affect NL. We will assess conditions and provide an update at 7am if we intend to close schools. https://goo.gl/dZT44Q
Good morning. We are open this morning, however the weather forecast is for heavy snow. ☃️❄️ Please stay safe and ensure your child is suitably dressed for the winter. Children should bring a change of clothing and footwear if possible. Also check your phone regularly for updates from school via texts (after 8.30am), Twitter and this blog. Thank you.