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Latest News

Well Done Miss Angier!

Well done Miss Angier on being awarded an outstanding Primary Science Teacher award from the Primary Science Teaching Trust.

A visit from our MP

Alastair Carmichael MP came in for lunch.

 

Planting wild flowers and in the polytunnel

We have been planting our wild flowers in the middle courtyard

Our polytunnel crops are looking really good too.

Bag the Bruck

We went to Sandgarth Beach and collected loads of bruck!

Eco Group and Gardening

The Eco group have been leading us all in planting. Eileen Summers came in from the Council to talk to us about bees and plants we could grow to encourage them. Jean came in to help us start growing vegetables in the polytunnel. Everybody got involved!

Comic Relief

Pupil Council organised our activities for Comic Relief this year. We had a tombola, scavenger hunt and "splat the staff". Thanks to everyone who came in to support us, we raised £156.93!

World Book Day

The library group did a fabulous job of organising our World Book Day activities. We all dressed up too!

Our new climbing wall!

We are really lucky - the Community Association have received funding from the Garfield Weston Anniversary Fund for a new climbing wall and freedom climber in our school hall. It is going to be shared with everyone in the community.

 

Christmas 2018

We enjoyed our Christmas lunch!

At the Christmas assembly some of the older children played violin and piano. The P3 and P4 children played recorder.

Children in Need 2018

Well done everyone (and especially to Pupil Council). We raised £175.10 for Children in Need. Pupil Council ran a stall all week, with lots of Children in Need things to buy. On Monday Pudsey came in to visit, and on Friday we all wore Patterns or Pyjamas to school.

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