P4/5 Camp Fire

Today P4/5 were lucky enough to have a camp fire as an end of term celebration. Despite the rainy weather we had a great afternoon making smores and popcorn and playing with some loose part materials. A special thanks goes to Mrs Alexander who made the fire for us and stayed out in the rain to make us extra popcorn!

Making Smores

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Waiting for the Popcorn to POP!

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Enjoying Loose Parts in the Rain

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Cost of the School Day

In Carnwath Primary School we recognise the need to reduce the Cost of the School Day for all our pupils and particularly for our pupils who are already experiencing poverty.  We examine the School Day through the following headings; Uniform, Travel, Learning, Friendship, School trips, Eating, Fun, Clubs and Home learning.

Please click on the link below to read about how we aim to reduce the Cost of the School Day.

Cost of the School Day Position Statement June 2019

This can also be found under the ‘Our School’ menu.

Citizens of the week for 17th – 21st June

Citizens of the week for 17th – 21st June are as follows –

Nursery – Junior Walkinshaw for good singing

Primary 1 – Jareth Kerr for always listening well and trying his best

Primary 2/3 – Whole class for super work at their French Cafe

Primary 3/4 – Nathan Hartland for trying his best in all that he does

Primary 4/5 – The whole class for helping to organise a super tea party

Primary 5/6 – The whole class for being very helpful working with the infants and helping Mrs McRae

Primary 7 – Beth McGee, Eildih Kane, Zoe Lake and Cody Bollan for excellent work as House Captains all year


P4/5 Marie Curie Tea Party

This afternoon we held a tea party in aid of Marie Curie. We welcomed our family, friends and members of the community to the school and we were absolutely delighted with the massive turn out! Tea, coffee, juice and lots and lots of cakes were on offer. Thank you so much to everyone who baked cakes and biscuits for the event! The children did a great job of helping to organise the tea party and decorate the hall. We had lots of work on display – artwork, writing and pictures of our learning from this term! The boys and girls were very responsible when running our ‘Guess the Bear’s Birthday’, ‘Tea Quiz’ and ‘Donation Station’ stalls. We were all so happy to see everyone donating and enjoying their afternoon. The class also sang two songs to our visitors. We have raised over £260 (and counting!) so far and hope to confirm the final total in the next couple of days. We would like to say a massive thank you to everyone who came to support our class and Marie Curie today, we are all thrilled with how well the afternoon went and can’t thank everyone enough for their donations. DSCF6331

Working Hard!

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Delicious Cakes!


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