Please read our thank you note from Katie McLean from her day as head teacher.
Primary 4 have been very busy with their Viking project.The class were busy creating Viking art for their wall display.
They were fantastic at tidying up!
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On Friday 16th March we held our World Book Day. All of the classes took part in various activities during the day. Take a look at our gallery below. Can you name the characters from their favourite books, that the children have come as?
Please read our updated newsletter. Diary dates have been updated.
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The Fairtrade Citizenship group will be holding a small toy and sweet tuck at lunchtime on Tuesday 27th March. Our supplier, Rainbow Turtle will be supplying the stock. Prices will start at 40p for sparkly bangles and increase to £1.20 for Fairtrade Jelly Beans.
We are also holding a raffle next week for a Fairtrade Chocolate Explosion box. Tickets will be 50p and the winner will be announced on Thursday 29th March.
Many thanks for your continued support.
**BRING AND BUY SALE**
Primary 4 and Primary 3/4 are organising a Bring and Buy Sale. Please look out any games, books and toys that you no longer use and hand them in to either class. On the day, children will be invited along to make their purchases.
When: Wednesday 25th April
P4 learning all about Venn diagrams and Carroll diagrams.
Yesterday some of our P6 and P7 boys and girls took part in the Renfrewshire Schools Cross Country in Renfrew. Well done to all who took part on such a blustery day. It was great to see our pupils cheering each other on.
Thank you again to our parent helpers for their support.
Getting ready to go:
We’ve done it! Some of us look a lot happier than others!:
Also this week we read “We’re All Wonders” by R.J. Palacio. We learned about how it is good to be different and why we should always be kind to others. We all drew a self-portrait, like there is in the book, and these are now up on our wall display. Also, we identified one thing each that makes us a “wonder” and these have also been included in our display. “The world is big enough for all kinds of people.”
On Friday, P4 released their young trout into a local stream. Accompanied by Louise from the Clyde River Foundation, they walked to the stream and released the fish.
Thank you to the staff and parent helpers who came along to support us.
Please read the minutes from this meeting.
Please read the latest newsletter.
On 26th March we will have an additional Head Teacher for the day.
The children have recently been learning about the world of work. During this time they have researched various jobs and prepared a short speech about a job that they would like to do. On February 23rd they delivered the speech to their class, Their classmates were asked to vote for the talk they found most interesting and engaging.
Here are our class winners:
(Roll your mouse over the pictures to see their job titles)
Today the class winners presented their talk at assembly and pupils were asked to vote for an overall winner.
The overall winner will be Head Teacher for the day on the 26th March and all class winners will have tea with Mrs Mazzoni and Mrs Lawson that afternoon.