On Wednesday 29th May, P4-7 from Abernyte Primary went to Rossie Priory Cricket Ground to play in the cricket tournament against other schools from the Carse area.
Richard Rennie, the Dundee Community Cricket Coach who lead the day, said afterwards:
“The competition was well participated in, the games were close and I was impressed with the adaptability and skills shown throughout the day. The children’s behaviour during the day was exceptional. A credit to each one of their schools.”
On Tuesday 28th May, the pupils from Abernyte Primary visited Scotherbs in Longforgan, a local company who supply of Fresh Culinary Herbs & Salad Leaves to supermarkets, wholesalers & food manufacturers.
“At Scotherbs we went in to this room where we talked about the history of Scotherbs. Then we went to the poly-tunnel. We saw lots of herbs. I liked going in to the poly-tunnel. It was very hot in the poly-tunnel. My favourite herb is lavendar.”
“Anna and Fiona welcomed us to Scotherbs and they showed us around. Then they showed us the poly-tunnel and we got to eat and try some herbs and some strawberries. We got to take some back with us.”
Congratulations to Holly, Lewis, Cara, Molly and Lucy, whose artwork was chosen to be shown at this years “Blooming Artists” exhibition at Perth Museum and Art Gallery.
The annual exhibition features artwork from pupils from nursery, special, primary and secondary schools and is always worth visiting. This year the free exhibition will run from Friday 17th to Sunday 26th May 2013.
Only the work of a few pupils is submitted each year, and not all submissions are accepted for the exhibition, so being put on display shows that the work done in Art lessons in class by these pupils has been of a very high standard this year.
On Thursday 9th of May, the pupils from Abernyte Primary travelled to Perth Concert Hall to take part in the annual Show-In-A-Day event. Following on from last year’s successful performance of “Jospeh and his Amazing Technicolour Dreamcoat”, schools were invited to take part in another musical, this year “The Sound of Music”.
Pupils dressed the part, wearing costumes based on the children’s clothing from “The Sound of Music”. Even staff members got in on the act, with Mr Billen and Mrs MacKinnon looking good in their outfits for the show.
After a day of song rehearsals (complete with actions!), a short performance was put on, which featured the songs:
“The Sound of Music”
“My Favorite Things”
“The Lonely Goatherd”
“So Long, Farewell”
“Climb Ev′ry Mountain”