Burravoe Primary School

July 5, 2019
by Mrs Hay
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Last day of term!

Primary 7 organised a messy play day, with water balloons, gloop and jelly! Luckily the rain stayed away while we were playing, and came along and washed everything clean later in the afternoon.

 

We we hope everyone had as much fun on the last day of term as we did, thank you to our P7s for organising everything for us.

Have a super summer!

 

June 26, 2019
by Sonia Poniecka
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Our Butterfly

At Burravoe school we found a cabbage white butterfly it was on the pavement. But we picked it up and saved it we gave it flowers, he liked the dandelions and buttercups best. In the end we gave him some sugary water he got better but we are still taking care of him.

 

June 21, 2019
by Neil Arthur
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Sports Day

The Burravoe School sports day is on the 28th June at 2:30pm. They will be a sack race, 3 Legged race, Welly throwing, Primary Run Competition, Parents Race, Preschool Race. Hope to see you there

 

May 10, 2019
by Sonia Poniecka
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Hockey Festival

On the 10/05/19 we went to Brae for the Hockey Festival. We played outside on the astroturf. First when we got there it started hailing but later on there was full sunshine. Yell had 4 teams and each team had a fun name. Everyone did really well and It was really good fun

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April 24, 2019
by Sonia Poniecka
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P7 Transition (first week)

On the 24th of April all 17 P7s from Yell went to Cullivoe, for first week of transition. We got to do lots of fun activities to get to know each other better than before. It was really fun and we’re all looking forward to next transition day.

March 30, 2019
by Caroline Breyley
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Chicken Update

Pecky, our Vorwerk cockerel, had got a bit too big for us to keep and was a bit noisy for our neighbours! Claire, who keeps lots of chickens, has 4 Vorwerk hens so she was really happy to give Pecky a new home. So that Chirpy, who is a Colombian Blacktail, won’t be lonely Jennifer gave us one of her Welsummer hens to keep her company. We have called the new hen Barbara.

March 28, 2019
by Caroline Breyley
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V scene with Leverhulme School in Harris

Today we had a video conference with  Leverhulme School. In January we had told them all about Cullivoe Up Helly Aa and today they told us about living on Harris. The pictures of their island are very beautiful. We were able to share about our wildlife; we have lots that are the same but they have deer which we don’t. We all agreed that we have lots of sheep!

Link to article on e-sgoil website:

http://e-sgoil.com/news-english/links-between-western-isles-and-shetland-schools-continue/

Leverhulme School in January

Leverhulme School in January

March vc

March vc

March 15, 2019
by Hannah Hay
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World Book Day 2019

On World Book Day we had to dress up as a character from a book using the clothes that is in our dressing up box at school. I was a witch. After you’ve gotten your clothes done then you need to start making an accessory, my accessory was a wand that was made from a card tube, glitter and masking tape. We also did a 55 word challenge to write a story only using 55 words.

 

March 15, 2019
by Rosie Lyth
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Red Nose Day 2019

On 15/3/19 it is Red Nose Day and we are going to be dressing up in as many dressing up clothes in one minute we are going to do it one after the other. We are going to do it at 11:30. We are hoping to raise a few pounds we don’t expect hundreds of pounds as there are only 11 of us in our school. We raised £27.34 we were really pleased with that amount.

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March 15, 2019
by Neil Arthur
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Iain Clark – Scottish Parliament

On Wednesday 13th of March Iain Clark from Scottish Parliament came for the afternoon to talk about how the Scottish Parliament works and where it is. After we got Clickapads to answer questions for quizzes. After we chose a party to represent; they were the Music Party and The Animal Welfare Party. After we had to come up with two reasons why we need to be elected. After we chose a Presiding Officer. The Presiding Officer had a wooden hammer called a gaveland he will bang it when a new law has passed/fallen. We did a debate if we should do an hour of PE Everyday. The groups had to think why it is a good thing and why it was a bad thing. Then after everybody voted it is good or not. It was yes. Then after it had to be sent to the Queen to be made into a law. It had to have a royal seal on it to keep it protected. Then it was sent back to the Parliament.

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March 15, 2019
by Emer Smith
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Knitting

These past couple of terms P4 to P7 have been doing knitting with Mary. We are all doing something different, what we are doing is wrist warmers, lambs, penguins, pin cushions and scarfs. We have learned how to do purl and how to cast on and off and how to do normal knitting. When we first started we did bookmarks then we did chicks. On the wrist warmer we had to do a pattern and use three needles; we are all aiming to do a Fair Isle pattern.

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