On Friday P7 attended a Remembrance Service in Braemount Care Home. Before the service the children spent some time speaking to the residents, who had written some of their war memories on poppy cards. After the service, which was conducted by Canon Eddie, the children created a Garden of Remembrance with the poppies.
Some of our girls wearing their Brownie uniform to school. To raise awareness and think about the special people who give up their free time to guide children in clubs such as Rainbows, Brownies and Guides.
Ladies…..The St. Peters Primary School Parents & Families Group invite you to what should be an enjoyable night out with friends in March. Get your glad rags on ( heels mandatory!), dance the night away at the Disco and take part in the stand-up bingo. We hope it will be a full house on the night!!
When: Friday 23rd March 2018 – 7.30 p.m. till late
Where: Blackland Mill Bowling Club
How much: Tickets £5 – available to buy from the school office.
Primary 4 pupils are to be involved in an exciting project to raise brown trout from eggs in a special classroom hatchery. The Clyde in the Classroom project is a Clyde River Foundation initiative that uses the life-cycle of a native Scottish species, the brown trout, to encourage children to engage with nature and develop a positive attitude towards their local environment and its conservation. On Friday 12th January the pupils had a very interesting visit to the Glasgow Science Centre for the project launch.
They are now eagerly awaiting the arrival of the eggs and hatchery to their classroom, where they will raise the trout and then release them into the environment before the Easter break.
We will keep you posted on how they are progressing.