Orchard Primary & Nursery

May 25, 2017
by Mrs Johnstone
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P3 visit to see baby chicks!

This afternoon Primary 3 were delighted to finally be able to go and see the newly hatched chicks in the nursery. The boys and girls promised to be very gentle and so all managed to get to hold of one too! P3 thought they weren’t just fluffy but super cute too! 🐥 Here are our best smiles!

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May 25, 2017
by Miss McMath
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P4 visit the chicks

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On Tuesday primary 4 got to go and see the new born chicks in the nursery. There was already 4 born but there’s still more to go .

I really enjoyed it because I have never seen chicks so close before I would say that we all had fun the lady said we could come back and hold them by Chloe

May 24, 2017
by Miss McMath
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Primary 4 board the Titanic

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Primary 4 boarded the Titanic as 1st, 2nd or 3rd passengers. We researched our class and learned what it was like to board on the Titanic.

We had fun sharing our learning with our grown ups. We have created some posters to show what it was like in 1st, 2nd, or 3rd class passengers. We took our posters to other classes to show them what we have learnt.

May 23, 2017
by Mrs Black
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Tasty Time at the Tunnocks Tearoom

This week Primary 5/6/7LCSC visited the Tunnocks Tearooms in Uddingston. As a celebration of their learning, the pupils planned their visit, travelling by public transport, paying their bus fares, ordering and paying for their own orders in the cafe and buying items in the shop. All the boys had a great day out.

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May 23, 2017
by Mrs Black
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Awards

This week the Orchard Award was given to a boy who had produced excellent maths work on fractions and money.

This same pupil also received recognition today at NLC’s 1+2 Language Award for Multi-Lingual Primary Language Learner of the year.

What an amazing week for this pupil.

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