Citizens of the week for 18th-22nd October are as follows –
Nursery – Sophie Thomson for great work with shapes, showing great effort and participating well in activities
Primary 1/2 – Olly Gardiner for always working incredibly hard and being kind to others
Primary 2/3 – Kaleb Shaw-Gauld for working independently and trying his best in school
Primary 4 – Aaron Knox-Welsh for always having an enthusiastic approach to his learning and putting lots of effort into every task
Primary 5/6 – Sophia Chambers for volunteering her answers more in class and group tasks showing her growing in confidence
Primary 6/7 – Lucas Menzies for working hard on multiplication calculations in maths
Congratulations to Miss Semple who married Mr Bradford during the holidays. She will now be known as Mrs Bradford. I’m sure you will agree she was a very beautiful bride! We all wish you both a lifetime of happiness together.
Many thanks to all of the pupils and parents who gave ideas for how to spend a portion of our Pupil Equity Fund on. The three priorities they decided were –
-To provide after-school clubs with specialist coaches/teachers with no cost involved for the children
-To subsidise school trips to ensure all children can access them
-To increase the number of sporting events available to the children
Every child, parent and member of staff was given a vote and the results were as follows –
The children voted – ‘To subsidise school trips to ensure all children can access them‘ as their top choice.
The parents and staff voted – ‘-To provide after-school clubs with specialist coaches/teachers with no cost involved for the children‘ as their top choice.
Therefore, we will spend the money on both of those choices.
Many thanks to all of the parents who returned their voting slips – these were entered into a prize draw to win a shopping voucher. The winner of the voucher was –
Sophia McFarlane! Well done.
Thank you to all of the pupils, parents and staff who were involved in the decision making and voting process.
Nursery – Khloe Morrison for being a successful learner showing great enthusiasm and making full use of learning opportunities on offer.
Primary 1/2 – Noah Stewart for having a ‘can do’ attitude and trying really hard.
Primary 2/3 – Oliver McSkimming and Lily-Rose Innes for trying their best in all their work and showing a mature attitude to learning.
Primary 4 – Julian Warwick for listening really well and contributing well to interactive maths sessions. He also worked hard on his writing.
Primary 5/6 – Rebekah Greenan for trying hard in Literacy and Maths and Kyeran Galbraith for working so hard on Literacy maths and in particular with his maths on a daily basis.
Primary 6/7 – Cole Dunbar and Abbie Cassells for being a great role model and being patient when working with P1/2 buddies.
Citizens of the week for 28th September – 1st October are as follows –
Nursery – Ellie Strang for being a successful learner by showing good numeracy skills
Primary 1/2 – Phoebe Japp for always working incredibly hard and always being kind and helpful
Primary 2/3 – Corbyn Dick for excellent effort and showing resilience in his challenging numeracy work
Primary 4 – Cavin Carbry for being a responsible citizen and trying his best in all tasks
Primary 5/6 – Oscar Morrison for always trying hard with all his class work and also amazing manners he is a super role model
Primary 6/7 – Louisa Dick for being a confident individual, sharing ideas in class discussion and showing enthusiasm for learning