Some of our classes have been taking part in the Sumdog National Competition. Across the whole UK, 2330 schools took part. We are absolutely delighted to announce how our classes did.
P4/3 came 230th.
P3 came 121st.
P2 came 99th.
P5 came 88th
and P4 came an amazing 65th in the country.
Fantastic news for all these children. Well done!
Primary 5 had a special visitor to the class this week. His name is Ravinder and he has been teaching us all about the Sikh religion. We have been looking at the map to find out where India is because that is where Ravinder comes from. We have been designing Indian flags and making passports and biographies for Ravinder. We have also been learning about a special celebration called Baisakhi and finding out how and why it is celebrated!
Following our Ultimate Dodgeball tournament during Health Week, we are delighted to announce that we raised an amazing £472.36 for the British Heart Foundation. Many thanks to all of you who brought in the sponsorship money. Not only did the children all have great fun playing Ultimate Dodgeball but we raised a tremendous amount for a great cause. Thank-you.
Our P7 Press Officers went round all the classes today to see what everyone had been doing for St Andrew’S Day. As you can see from the pictures below, all the pupils have been busy. Thanks to our Press Officers Mirren, Rebecca, Emma, Aleesha, Corrie, Harley, Sean, Jayden and Dylan for taking the photos. Look out for latest news, which they have been gathering, coming soon.
Primary 5 have been learning about angles in maths. We are making great progress with this.