Since today is World Book Day and we aren’t in school, why not try this challege… How many can you tick off on the list?
Happy World Book! Unfortunately due to the school being closed our planned activities have been unable to go ahead.
However… see the poster below for details of how we will celebrate our own World Book Day next Thursday 8th March.
We had a fantastic turn out of parents and carers who joined us for our Welcome Evening.
It was great to gather together to welcome everyone back following the summer break and for you to meet your child’s class teacher.
Mrs Gracie spoke about the National Improvement Priorities and the important role parental engagement plays in supporting your child’s learning. If you were unable to attend our Welcome Evening, Mrs Gracie’s Powerpoint presentations can be downloaded below and viewed at home.
We would also like to thank you for the fantastic response we have received for volunteers to join us in class and on excursions. Class teachers will be in touch if they are looking for assistance.
We very much look forward to working with you over the coming session and thank you for your continued support.
Primary 4 and Primary 5 teamed up to host a bake sale to raise money for Comic Relief. Both classes worked really hard and there were some amazing treats on offer to buy. Together we mananged to raise £138.53 to add to our whole school fundraising total for Comic Relief!