Nursery and P1/2 performed Wriggly Nativity this Christmas!
Everyone was wonderful and seemed to enjoy themselves performing on stage. The show was opened by the older children singing beautifully some Christmas songs.
Thank you to everyone who came along to support this event and the Parent Council who ran the raffle.
On the last day of term, all the children in the school performed a song, a poem or a talk about Harvest time.
Parents came along and thoroughly enjoyed this.
After the service we had our Macmillan Coffee Morning, where older children helped to serve delicious home baking contributed by pupils and parents.
Thank you very much to everyone who came along and to those who contributed home baking.
£279 was raised for such a worthwhile and important charity. Well done everyone!
P3-7 put on a spectacular Western show called YE HA!
There was fantastic singing by everyone and also great solos too.
We had gun fights, devious mayors and hero cooks!
This was all followed by our Celebration and Achievement Evening .
Well done to everyone who took part (even P1/2 for extra singing voices) and to everyone who won awards on the night!
A big thank you to Alice and her volunteers from Bikeability Scotland who came along and arranged our cycle ride around the Castle Drive.
This was a great achievement for some of our children who were so proud that they were able to cycle the three mile distance!
Thank you to all the parents who came along and supported this event.
We had a fabulous day in the park!
The children were able to participate in archery, play on a bouncy castle, play numerous games, do art and crafts, run a mini assault course, get their face painted and in the afternoon they were able to walk with alpacas!
For lunch we all had a lovely barbecue provided by Tayside Contracts.
The show that everyone looks forward to every year, did not disappoint !
This year we had a mixture of singing, dancing, playing of musical instruments, magic, pogo/unicycle riding and impersonations!
Well done to our winners and everyone who took part.
A big thank you to our judges(Prefects from Strathearn Campus) and Miss Barnes and Mrs Fridge who helped to organise the event!
On Rabbie Burns birthday, the whole school came together to celebrate this special day.
Each class performed songs or in the case of P6/7 , taught us new Scottish words. We also had the pleasure of listening to our marvellous P7’s playing violins.
We had our annual Scottish Poem competition. Congratulations to all the children who represented their class in the poetry competition and our overall Bobby Muir Cup winner! A BIG THANK YOU to our judges who had a very difficult decision in judging all our brilliant finalists.