Please find below the updated school travel plan
On Friday 17th June, Jaine Marriott visited the school to reveal the finished mosaic panels for the bridge in the High Street. Jaine has worked with several classes to produce this fantastic piece of art work which will be installed later this year. The children were amazed at the results and were invited to look closely at the panels and feel the texture of them. The children asked Jaine lots of interesting questions about the process and are now looking forward to seeing them on the bridge.
Congratulations to Dunblane 1 and 2 who both made it to the finals of the Stirling tennis championships today. Dunblane 2 were the winners in the end. Well done everyone.
Just a little reminder that our first ever CAKE OFF is taking place THIS WEEK (17th June!!!) We would love to encourage as many as possible to take part by baking an entry and donating £5 to the nursery….We have been hunting out prizes and I have to say we have some REALLY good ones on offer!!!! If competitive (hehe!) baking isn’t your thing we would still love to receive your baking efforts to sell on the stall (no monetary donation is necessary for this) ALL money raised will go to the Nursery. THE WHOLE SCHOOL is invited to take part in this CAKE OFF and so please do spread the word as we would love it to be a success and become an annual event!!!
Following various meetings of Parent Councils at Dunblane High School, Newton Primary, St Mary’s Primary and Dunblane Primary it has been decided that we, the Parent Council’s of all 4 Schools, need to review and develop proposals to enhance the safety for the pupils of Dunblane travelling to and from school. To do this we would really appreciate a few minutes of your time to complete this survey. We would appreciate you completing this by Friday 10 June. We would also appreciate you answering this questionnaire for each individual child you have to allow us to have the fullest understanding of the issues at the various stages. We will ensure that results are shared before the end of term.
Over in FLAG head quarters it is our mission to create a school food culture which celebrates making healthy food tasty and accessible to all. Healthy food can be delicious and fun to prepare!!
A massive well done to everyone who participated in the Snack Attack 2016 Challenge. All of the entries were AMAZING and it was so hard to select a winner.
Kirtsy, Keerthi and Isla (P7S) created Choc-A-Fair which is a delicious bar made from rice krispies, chocolate, marshmallows, cranberries and much more. The girls not only designed their packaging but they also made their snack and created an advertising campaign which included a billboard and a TV advert.
Their entry has been sent away and we will hear how they get on after the Easter break. Good luck girls!!!