Eco Club and Community Stars Join Forces!

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!!!’


Club Time

Today we had our first Club Time session of 2017.

We are Kaden and Sophie from P6/7 and we visited all of the Primary Clubs to see what they were doing and what types of skills they were developing.

The Film Club were getting their own account on and they were talking about star reviews of different films.

The Junk Model Challenge club were making a collage for a 3D animal.

In Chess Club, the group were learning how to set up the board properly and were making sure that they knew the rules.  They were going on to play games.

The Community Stars were talking about why they wanted to be in the club and what community means.  They made a mind map to show what community means, you can see this in one of the photos.

The Pupil Council were talking about the school day and how the timings might look if they change for primary as well as secondary.  This term, the Pupil Council Club has invited guest members to come along and try out being a part of the group.

The Eco Group were starting lap books to record their work and Gus was going to talk to them about the greenhouse and composting.

The Galley Building Club are starting to build and paint our SMUHA galley!

In the Arts and Crafts Club, the members made penny spinners and decorated them in any way, shape or form.

The Music and Movement Club were dancing, we enjoyed watching the Hokey Cokey!