Annual House Football Tournament

On Friday 27th.September, the school held its annual House Football Tournament where the children could have a fabulous time playing football and earn points for their House.

In the end Orchil won the Junior competition and Keirallan won the Senior competition.

Well done to all the children who took part!

Thank you to Mr Lee who arranged the tournament again.

Sports Day

We had a great day for sports day!

There were potted sports first of all, where the children took part in their houses and then different class races.

Thank you to all parents and grandparents who came along to support this event.

 

Christmas Events

Once again we had a number of events for everyone to enjoy.

These included the Christmas dinner, the trip to the Pantomime, The Nativity, The Christmas Quiz, The Christmas Party and finally the Christmas Service.

Thank you to everyone who helped out, contributed and came along to the different events!

Visit to the Panto Snow White and the 7 Dames

Panto Visit

Christmas Dinner

Christmas Dinner

Christmas Dinner

P3-7 Christmas Songs before the Nativity

The Teachers & Children-The Noisy Nativity

The Children- Noisy Nativity

Mary, Joseph, Donkey and Angels

Mary, Joseph and the Innkeeper

Shepherds and Sheep

The Three Kings

The Whole Cast

Christmas Party

Christmas Party

P3/4 Christmas Service

Nursery and P1/2 Christmas Service

Guitarists- Christmas Service

P7 Christmas Service

Ardoch Strings Christmas Service

P5/6/7 Christmas Service

P1 Receiving a Bible – Christmas Service

P7 Receiving a Bible -Christmas Service

Christmas Quiz

Christmas Quiz

House Football Tournamnet

On the last day of term we held our popular House Football Tournament.

All the children who entered earned points for their House.  The tournament was split into upper and lower school teams.  The rest of the children cheered on their House.

The winning team will be announced in the new term.

A big thank you to Mr Lee, who organised the tournament, and to Mr Mckenzie, who had the unenviable job of referee!

 

Our House Dance Off!

Today all the children were put into their houses.

After we had done this, there was a whole school Dance Off, where the children won points from the teachers, for their houses, by dancing with super moves! 

All houses earned a lot of points, but the winners were Allandale.

Congratulations to all children who earned points for their Houses and especially to those children, who danced even though it is not their favourite thing to do!

I Bike Survival Morning

We were joined by Robyn from I Bike who arranged a super morning of activities for the children.

The children from P1-7 went around three stations. Here they learned how to repair a puncture, name the parts of the bike and how to make a delicious smoothie by cycling a bike!

Thanks Robyn for a super morning and thank you Bike Crew for helping at the stations!

Sports Day

We had a great day for Sports Day!

The children were divided into their Houses. First they all took part in a circuit of different activities, where they were winning points for their House.

Next of all each class took part in a running race, a potato and spoon  race and a sack race.  At the end there was a House Relay race. All points will go towards the House Cup which the children will find the result of at our Celebration and Achievement Evening.

Thank you to everyone who helped out  and supported the day.

Hope you enjoy the photos!

 

House Football Tournament

On Friday 29th September, the whole school attended the House Football tournament, where pupils could earn points for their House by taking part in the competition. The children who did not take part, supported their House teams on the stage.

There were junior and senior events. In the end Keirallan won both the senior and junior competition.  Fred Teasdale was the top scorer in the senior competition and James Ross was the top scorer in the junior event.

Well done to everyone who took part in the tournament!

 

Football Tournament

The children volunteered to take part in a House Football Tournament.

The older children played first of all then the younger children played too. While they played, the rest of the school supported their own house. Everyone who took part earned points for their house.

Well done to all the children who took part and to Mrs Ross who organised the tournament! Sorry for the quality of the photos, but the children were quick!