Christmas Choir Performance

Our P4-7 choir have been very busy performing their songs this week. On Monday they performed for the school, nursery and some of our local community.  On Tuesday evening and Wednesday afternoon they performed for parents and carers and for the community. They sang four songs which they learned in their own time, at home and during lunchtime choir practices. They were absolutely fantastic and we are incredibly proud of them.

Their next performance will be at 11am on Wednesday 18th December outside the building which was formally The Wee Bush Inn. They will be performing nine songs for anyone who would like to go along to watch!  Please spread the word as this will be a performance not to be missed!

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Netball Club

Netball club has started after school on Tuesdays, 3-4pm, in the gym hall. There are 13 children coming along at the moment and they have been working hard on passing, footwork and shooting. The children are enjoying the warm-up games, drills to practise netball skills and games in teams.

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P1-3 Multi-Sports After School Club

We had a super afternoon today problem solving in teams. We raced from 1 cone to the other cone of the same colour with mats, but we weren’t allowed to touch the floor!

We all worked together and completed the task well – then Miss Reid made it harder by taking 1 mat away!! Our club runs every Thursday from 3pm-4pm for all children P101_1988 1-3101_1995 101_2059 101_2060 101_2061 101_2062 101_2063 101_2064 101_2065





Lego Lunchtime Club

Our Lego Club takes place every Monday at lunchtime and we work in trios to create Lego models.  We each rotate around three different roles – the Engineer – who is the only one who knows what the model will be, has the instructions and describes which bricks the Supplier requires. The Supplier listens to the Engineer’s description and passes the bricks to the Builder. The Builder has to listen carefully while the Engineer then describes to the Builder exactly where to place the bricks. It takes real teamwork!  We have a variety of easy, medium and difficult packs and the groups each decide of the level of difficulty they wish to complete. The children stay in their role until the model is finished. So far, the children are having great fun and are showing excellent communication and teamwork skills!

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