The St. Peter’s Fundraising Citizenship Group are holding a special dress up day on Wednesday 24th May. Come to school dressed as a character from your favourite movie. We look forward to seeing some amazing characters on the day. Cost £1 or £2 per family.
Primary 3/4 are opening a leisure centre for a day in the gym hall on Wednesday 29th March. All classes will be timetabled to visit and activities will include: basketball, football, dancing, gymnastics, games and pretend swimming. There will also be a café serving water.
All activities and the café are free to take part in.
The fundraising group have organised a cyber coach day to raise money for SCIAF. Cyber coach is a virtual dance instructor and dance mat system which will be set up in the gym hall for the day. The cost is £1 per child or £2 for a family. Please ensure your child has his/her gym shoes with him/her for the event as each class will be timetabled to take part.
On Friday 24th February we had a fantastic visitor to our school, GB Long Jumper Jade Nimmo. She took part in a great healthy fundraiser activity. She also took some time to talk to us about what inspired her and how she finds the energy for all of her training. We all had a great time working with her.
Come back soon and see the photo gallery for this amazing day.
This year Fairtrade fortnight takes place from 27th February to 12th March. We have already held our coffee morning, many thanks to those of you who managed along.
The children have also decided to fundraise further. Guess the birthday of the Fairtrade Bear and raffle tickets for a Fairtrade chocolate explosion box will be available from Tuesday 21st February. Tickets will be priced at 50p for each and you can purchase as many as you would like. Many thanks for your continued support.
Internet Safety – Safer Internet Day 2017 will take place on Tuesday 7th February with the theme ‘Be the change: unite for a better internet’. Each term we discuss Internet Safety and encourage children to discuss things that are doing online. If you would like further information on keeping your child safe online go to THINKUKNOW.co.uk This includes ideas for discussions and guidance for parents.