The children from P4-6, who recently went on the annual ski trip to Aviemore, received their certificates from Mrs Dawson.
Each certificate had their ski level recorded on it.
Well done to all the children who took part on this trip.
On Tuesday 17th November, the whole school enjoyed a Scottish day. Greenloaning Primary joined us too.
The children were split into groups and rotated around different activities in the school with a Scottish theme. This included Crazy Golf with our PE specialists, Scottish story telling, playing Scottish songs on the ukele, Art and baking.
A big thank you to Mrs Paget and Mrs MacGregor who came along and helped to plan this day.
Emily Greaves (The Schools’ Sports Co-ordinator) came and gave us a brilliant talk about her achievement of completing the Celtman.
This is an extreme Triathlon. Emily came 25th in a field of 157 competitors!
She told us about her training plan, the event and what it takes to complete an event like this.
She was a great inspiration to the children and staff.
Emily also raised funds of over £2000 for schools that she works for.
Thank you Emily for visiting us and telling us about your amazing feat!
The weather held out and we had a great Sport’s Day!
Nursery joined the school and took part in the potted sports first of all.
This was then followed by the different races, which included the Sack Race, the Tattie and Spoon Race and then the running races.
A Big Thank You to Mrs Dawson who organised this and all the staff who helped on the day. Thank you to all the parents who came along to help support this day.
We had a fantastic night of Music and Dance celebrating Ardoch being 200 years old.
The children of both schools wrote and choreographed songs and dance with Lucy, Aileen and Dave of Living Communities.
People from the whole community came to watch the children perform.
A big thank you to the Ardoch Trust who donated money for this event to happen.
Also thank you to all the people involved with lighting, sound and music production.
DVDs will be produced shortly of the production, but until then, enjoy the photos!Congratulations especially to all the children involved.
P1-7 went to the Commonwealth Day held at Crieff High School at the Strathearn Campus on Wednesday 25th June, 2014.
We joined the other schools in the Crieff cluster including the High School.
First of all we marched behind the Crieff High School Pipe band with our Malawi flag.
Then we were treated to the opening dance, in which some of our older girls were in.
One of our pupils in P7 was also presented with an award for designing the logo for the day.
Well done BM!
We then split up into classes and did different activities such as rugby, potted sports, music etc…
A big thank you to Emily Greaves and her team from Crieff High School for organising this event!
The whole school took part in the Big Pedal which Mrs Glendinning arranged.
We tried to get as many children to come to school on their scooters or bicycles and staff and parents were encouraged to do so too.
Each day a bike had a blue horn placed on it and whoever’s bike it was, won some goodies.
Our numbers significantly increased doing this by the last day.
Also on the last day we had great fun dressing up as superheroes.
Thank you to Mrs Glendinning for arranging this for us.