Primary 6 pupils took part in the Game and Wildlife Conservation Trust Art Competition and we were lucky enough to have a very talented runner up chosen. Luke Tuckwood was invited to an awards ceremony last Tuesday to celebrate his accomplishment.
Well Done Luke!
The book Fair is back in school!!
Children will be given a opportunity to browse the book fair over the next few days. If your child would like a book, they can bring money to Mrs Donaldson at lunch time to purchase it.
As it is Scottish Book Week, we are delighted to announce that for every book purchased from out Book Fair, a book will then be donated to our school in return.
So support our school and get reading!
On 28th November the school are holding a Pamper Night for ladies over 18s. Tickets are on sale for £10 which includes a choice of treatment. Treatments available are nails, eyebrow wax, hair styling or head massage. There will also be a variety of stall available to help get that Christmas shopping started! You can buy tickets on the night; fun starts at 6.30pm. We all hope you can come along and support our school.
Children across Primary 6 & 7 took part in the William Soutar Poetry competition. They all performed a William Soutar poem and five were chosen to compete in the finals at AK Bell Library against four other schools. We are very proud of how the children represented the school and they each received a certificate for their fantastic efforts on the day.
On Wednesday 12th November we had Children in Need Day. Everyone came into school dressed as a super hero. We held a bake sale for every class and there was also an obstacle course that everyone did. In the afternoon, we had a talent show. The picture below shows the winners of the Talent Show with our total money raised! We raised £324.25 altogether. Well done to everyone.
On the 20th November, p7 has a trip up to Perth High School for a Citizenship Day. They were divided into groups and mixed with other schools to complete activities to relating to the rights of the child. Then they had lunch and talked to each other about what they did. The day was very exciting and they are all looking forward to going up to the High School in August!
Moncreiffe Primary are taking part a new programme called Chefs in School. It will involve professional chefs coming in to cook with a number of children across the class. This week, Primary 7 and 5 learned how to make soda bread, flat bread and fruit puree.
On Wednesday 12th November, we will be involved in our Children in Need Day! This year’s theme is Superheroes so, children and staff are welcome to come to school dressed as a superhero or come dressed as they please. A donation towards the Children in Need charity would be appreciated. Over the course of the morning, each class will run a variety of fun activities relating to Children in Need and citizenship. Then, in the afternoon, we are hosting a Talent Show! We are also looking for donations for our Bake Sale from which children will have an opportunity to buy some delicious cakes.
We are looking forward to having a fun day in order to raise money for such an important cause!
Our assembly this week was dedicated to Remembrance Sunday and was led by Rebecca from the Black Watch Museum. She showed us a PowerPoint all about the Poppy Appeal and World War One. She also took a volunteer and dressed them in Black Watch uniform from WWI. Mrs Carruthers showed us a video of what the Poppy Appeal actually does and the people that it helps. Primary 7 have been selling poppies to the classes all week.