As part of their homework in preparation for Scots Week Primary 2 have learned the poem ‘Snailie Snailie’, and have been learning a little bit about Snails. Have a listen to our recording.
Thank-you to Parents, Grandparents and Carers for your support this term. I hope you all have a lovely Christmas and a Happy New Year and I look forward to working with you all again next term.
Mrs S Mackenzie
A huge well done to our choir who have entertained the local community so well during this festive period. They have worked really hard to learn a number of songs and performed them with great enthusiasm. They have visited St. Johns Hospital, Forestbank Community Centre, Braid House Day Centre and have also performed at Inveralmond High School for the cluster carol concert, the infant nativities and our Scottish book morning. If you haven’t managed to hear them sing- you can view their recording on the West Lothian Facebook page. As always, Mrs Bracewell is so proud of all of them 🙂
We were so proud of our Primary 1 children who presented A Wriggly Nativity on Thursday morning. They looked wonderful in their costumes and have worked very hard. Well done everyone!
Miss Barclay’s class have fallen victim of the Elves’ naughty antics today. At precisely 8am on the 12th of December this evidence was gathered. The Elves were thought to have created a see saw from classroom equipment as well as a host of other very naughty things. Please send any information you have on these pesky elves to our resident block detective. We currently have no leads on the identity of these elves or indeed whether they are naughty or nice.
P6F presented an assembly today about the ‘Reciprocity’ aspect of Building Learning Power. This means working together and collaborating, imitating, listening and being interdependent.
We have Reciprocity certificates for the whole school and there is a BLP Resilience and Reciprocity design a superhero competition- see Mrs Fairley for more details.
To see the assembly click here: reciprocity-assembly
Declan Alexander in P6F was voted ‘Cub of the Year’ by his fellow cubs and the group leaders. What a great achievement! 🙂 I am proud of you Declan (Mrs Fairley :))
P6 enjoyed their Christmas lunch on Wednesday 7th 🙂
Mr Blackwood and P5Bl arrived at school this morning to find that the naughty Christmas elves had been causing mischief in their classroom. Apart from leaving the physical evidence of their deeds, they also left a series of photographs stuck to the whiteboard demonstrating their naughtiness.