St Mary's Primary & Nursery Cleland

January 7, 2019
by gw09mcintyrefrancis@glow
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P1 Registration

Children who attain the age of 5 years between 1st March 2019 and 28th February 2020 should register at St. Mary’s Primary during week Mon 14th –Friday 18th January 2019.

 

Registration will take place in St Mary’s Primary School on:-

 

Monday 14th January  1:30 pm to 3:30 pm
Tuesday 15th January   9:30 am to 12 noon & 2 pm to 4 pm
Friday 18th January 9:30 am to 12 noon & 1:30 pm to 3:30 pm

 

 

Please bring with you:

  • Child’s Birth Certificate
  • Current Council Tax Bill
  • Baptismal Certificate (if applicable)

 

 

You must enroll your child at their local catchment school

October 30, 2017
by Mrs Allen
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P6/7 IDL – Living in a Democracy

🗳Children in  P6/7 concluded their topic ‘Living in a Democracy’ by going to ‘the polls’. After deciding on their party manifesto, each political party gave a speech, to convince people to vote for them in the St Mary’s Class Election.  Lots of realistic ideas and proposals! A difficult decision to make but the winners, with the most votes were the SMP (St Mary’s Party). A close second were the Scots Kids Party. Well done everyone. 👏🏼

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October 30, 2017
by Mrs Allen
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P6/7 STEM challenge – La Tour Eiffel

P6/7 were faced with the challenge of building a tower with very few resources, only marshmallows and spaghetti!!  Teamwork, perseverance and concentration were needed to get this job done.  Some engineers in the making without a doubt!

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October 10, 2017
by Mrs Allen
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Primary 7 Transition Visits

Last day of our Taylor High Transition Visits. Children in Primary 7 have absolutely loved it and can’t wait till they return, for two full days in May.

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October 10, 2017
by Mrs Allen
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Athletics After School Club

Well done to all children who came to the Athletics After School Club today. It was a wet and windy Tuesday but that didn’t dampen our spirits. We worked on developing our skills in sprinting, jumping and throwing. As well as, trying to develop our stamina for long distance running. Lots of effort and plenty of enthusiasm. Great work everyone!!

September 26, 2017
by Mrs Allen
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Primary 7 Taylor High School Visits

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The children of Primary 7 were delighted to have members of their families come along to their continuity visits this morning. As part of the transition process, children have the opportunity to visit Taylor High School for eight Tuesday sessions. They have the chance to meet staff and are given a taste of lessons in ICT, Maths, Science and Music. Feedback is positive and children have definitely enjoyed their first experience of high school.

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September 26, 2017
by Mrs Allen
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P6/7 News and Views

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In P6/7 we have been making the most of our opportunities for learning both in and out of class. We have taken the role of being a Buddy in our stride and have used the qualities of patience and understanding, to help the younger children to settle quickly and enjoy their new environment. The Primary 1 children do not ‘need’ us nearly as much but we hope to  remain firm friends. In HWB, the focus for learning has been how to manage change and developing the skills needed for empathy. We now know, how it feels to put ourselves in someone’s shoes and we are learning what to do, in tricky situations. We have enjoyed making the most of the last of the good weather and had the majority of our PE lessons outside. Orienteering was a real hit and definitely tested our skills in teamwork and problem solving. Today we started handball and are looking forward to learning how to play this new sport.

 

 

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