Day of Dance


The day of dance is when each school choreographs a dance of their own, they can choose to dance to music that they want. We did a dance to 2 songs that were both English but sounded Scottish. We wore our gymnastic leotards and a white rag around our waists. When we got to Perth Concert Hall there were lots of people, we were on 13th so there were lots of dances to watch.


Read Write Count


Read, Write, Count: Together it’s fun

The Read, Write, Count Campaign (for P1 – P3 pupils and their families) has recently launched with a TV advert which will run through the month of February. The ad is part of a campaign to encourage parents to spend more time doing fun literacy and numeracy activities with their children. There will also be adverts on large outdoor poster sites, on trolleys in Asda and in digital advertising. Read, Write Count has an excellent website, a Facebook page and twitter account. Simply search for ReadWriteCount, like and follow.

Perth & Kinross Council is celebrating the launch of the National Read, Write Count Campaign which is aimed at the parents of children P1-P3. Storyteller Gerard Durkin will be entertaining families at the North Inch Community Library on Saturday 6 February 2016, between 11.00 a.m. and 12 noon. This event is free to children and their families. Places must be booked by contacting the North Inch Community Library. (01738 454406). Promotional gifts will be handed out to families on the day.