Primary pupils are looking forward to our Day Of Action on Monday 15th May organised by the RSPB in conjunction with the P6/7 class and the Amenity Trust. Natural habitats will be made for encouraging wildlife, as well as some natural play areas for the bairns. All classes are invited to join in with the fun at some point during the day. P6/7 will be involved most of the day along with volunteers. Good luck!
Exciting plans are still afoot to use the donations raised by the Community Stars to develop the playground as well. More information coming soon!
Today the Primary Eco Club and Community Stars joined forces to undertake a beach clean. We walked to the nearby Cumlewick beach in the bright sunshine armed with rubber gloves and clean-up bags to gather any bruck that was safe to touch. It was such a clean beach when we got there but even cleaner when we left!
Thanks to all our parent helpers and Gus for coming along to help and to Mrs Anderson for organising the outing. Also thanks to Sita from the Amenity Trust for supplying gloves and bags, and for joining us in the clean up. Sita will be joining the Eco Club again next week for a follow-up activity.
Well done everyone! It was reportedly the ‘best school trip ever!!!’
P1-7 pupils kicked off their Festive 15 this afternoon!
This idea is based on The Daily Mile, which lots of school have signed up to, and the Festive Streak, which some parents and families may be taking part in.
This 15 minutes of activity every day from now until New Year will help us to sleep better, focus our minds and improve our physical and mental health and wellbeing.
We hope you manage to keep up the 15 active minutes per day over the weekend and holidays, please do let us know how you’re getting on!