Hope you enjoy our Christmas performance.
Some of the Christmas cards Primary 6/7 made for the Braemount Carehome.
Primary 6/7 wrote stories for their buddies and children in the nursery about an elf.
Classes have been looking at the winter Olympics.
P2/3 have been learning about snowboarding and designed their own snowboard,
P3 – bobsleighing and they designed their own kit.
P6/7 – ice hockey and they learned how to play this in the playground.
Piper McCrystal For being brave
Aimia Allison Showing kindness to her classmates
Ben McElroy For having a great attitude to learning
Darcie Donlon Always trying her best in all curricular areas
Chrisvin Varghese For following classroom rules
Eilidh McKee Showing kindness and helping others in the playground
Kian Manson Has a great understanding of the classroom rules.
Zuzanna Wesolowska For being a great friend
Kyle Doherty For always having lovely manners
Aiden O’Malley Voted by his classmates for being a good friend
Heidi McGivern For good listening skills during class lessons
Mia Crangle Always working hard during reading activities
Orla Craig Showing kindness to her classmates
Joshua McPhee Excellent drawing skills
Nina Mothersole For having excellent listening skills and following instructions
Saffron Bradley Working hard during reading activities
Faith MacPherson For gaining confidence and answering out
Johan Isaac For trying really hard with his classwork in particular his very good writing
Matthew Coulthard Confidently answering maths questions beyond 50!
Daniel Crook Beautiful artwork for our Christmas wall
Olivia Jamieson Looking out for others and making sure everyone in included
Arnis Jurenkovas Fantastic writing about fireworks.
Orla Harkins Fantastic learning and understanding of acrostic poems
Sam Clark Helping his classmates learn new football skills
Zuzia Kawalec Being responsible and helping to tidy and clean the classroom
Leo McLean Helping to cheer up a friend at playtime and using encouraging words to help others with their writing
Michael Roberts Delivering a fantastic solo talk about his favourite book
Alexander McLean Showing excellent prediction skills when using clues
Isabella Noble Showing kindness and asking to help tidy up the class
Nataniel Oles Giving a confident performance in our class Nativity.
Orla Harkins Showing kindness to others and helping them make up when they had fallen out.
Terry O’Hare For showing kindness to a class friend and playing with them when they felt sad during playtime.
Leona Richardson For taking the time to show kindness to a classmate and helping them feel better when they were sad.
Abi Nicholas Working hard on her report writing
Shane Richardson Showing excellent manners
Caoimhe Ogilvie For being kind and helpful.
Christa Vargause For always listening.
Roybn Gilhooley For working hard in all curricular areas.
Regan Stewart For being a good friend.
Kate Smith For working hard, particularly in maths.
Shay Timony For being a caring friend.
Ellie Fadian Very responsible in class and always showing kindness to others
Alfie Baillie Working very hard to make progress in reading
Kieran Campbell Being a good friend and behaving responsibly
Joe Hannigan Excellent use of imagination during writing activities and impressive cooperative skills while solving problems in Numeracy
Kalani Munro For always showing good manners in class and being kind to others
Erin Farr Very kind to others and always sets a good example
Callum Ogilvie For being very interested in all topic work and for making a fantastic power point on rivers
Emily Jamieson Showing kindness to all the children in P5/6
Lukas Jurenkovas Excellent skills in Science and STEM
Joseph Moohan Excellent performance from home for school show
Jessica Noble Fantastic ideas in story writing
Jack Cameron For showcasing his imaginative skills in drama
Ryan McManus Always works hard in class and is respectful to everyone
Harry Higgins Very kind and helpful to everyone
Aiden Wood Working hard to make progress in writing
Daniel Carr Working hard to make progress in maths
Treasure Onwubolu Using ambitious vocabulary in all writing activities
Lucas Corrigan Fascinating imagination in writing.
Paulina Ragauskaite Very hard working and always does what is asked of her
Mirin Muldoon Always very kind and respectful
Mateo de Medina Doig Showing good manners all of the time.
AmyEllen O’Neill Being kind and thoughtful of others’ feelings.
Joseph Fallon Showing good sportsmanship.
Suzanna Kotnowska Working hard and showing respect to everyone.
Imogen Porteous – Being responsible and helpful to others.
Sean Dolan Being a good and helpful friend.
In Primary 3 we are celebrating Catholic Education Week this year by taking the theme ‘Jesus, The Way, The Truth and The Life’ and showing its relevance in our lives today. The children have been learning about the lives of some of our saints, remembering Pope Francis’ message that God is calling us all to be saints. Pope Francis also encourages the children to ‘Dream big’ and use their talents to their full potential. Primary 3 also learned about some of the history of the first Catholic school in Paisley and how it was funded by Paisley Abbey. The children have recorded personal challenges which they feel will make a difference in their lives and the lives of others and bring them closer to God.