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P1 – P3 Nativity and Winter Wonderland

It certainly feels like Christmas now that the P1 – P3 Nativity has been staged. All of the pupils enjoyed performing ‘A Midwife Crisis’ to parents and families today and yesterday. They sang and acted with great confidence – it was an absolute pleasure to watch.

At the shows, Primary 6  sold Christmas ornaments that had been made by pupils. The decorations were made from recycled materials and will also be sold next week during our ‘Winter Wonderland’ – an event organised by the pupils as part of their work on developing creativity skills. Excess stock will be sold to parents on Wednesday 20th December in the Infant Playground.

Burns Alicht Ticket Giveaway

To celebrate Scotland’s Year of Young People 2018 we have a limited number of FREE Burns Alicht tickets (Sat 27 Jan 2018) to give away to young people aged 8-26!

This unique sparkling tour of the birthplace of Robert Burns in Alloway features special illuminated landmarks, the burning of John Barleycorn plus new attractions and entertainment!

To apply for tickets contact nicole.drummond@south-ayrshire.gov.uk stating the name, date of birth and postcode of each applicant. Winners will be notified by email.

South Ayrshire Schools’ Junior Concert Choirs

South Ayrshire Music Service is delighted to offer an opportunity for your child to take part in the South Ayrshire Schools’ Junior Concert Choir.

The Junior Concert Choir is open to anyone from Primary 4, 5 and 6 and the Senior Choir is open to P7 to S6. These choirs will focus on performance and production of popular music from theatre, film and rock & pop, including choreography and opportunities for group and solo singing.

Click here for further information

Scottish Showcase

All the pupils thoroughly enjoyed performing at our Scottish Showcase to two packed audiences today. Each class shared their learning about Scottish language, songs and culture – from the dinosaur with the ‘jaggy’ back to the ‘yella’ owl! P5 and P6 also showcased dances they had learned for the ‘Day of Dance’ they recently attended in Troon.

Please leave a comment if you enjoyed the show.