Today, the letters went home to those who will be in the Baillie Cup team. It was a really hard decision as there was over 70 children who came along to training and only 6 from each year group can be picked. Well done to everyone who showed interest, we do have some fantastic athletes and there is always next year to try for the McRobert Cup, the Baillie Cup and Inter-school sports for the older ones. It will now just be those who have been selected for the team, who come along to training. So as of this Wednesday the 23rd May it will be the selected team members. A note will also come home this week to those who might want to do additional training with some parents on a Tuesday between 3:00 and 3:45 starting on Tuesday 30th May.
P4 and P4/5 are hoping to make an impact next week with their Health Promoting Enterprise.
On Tuesday 23rd, Wednesday 24th and Thursday 25th May we will be selling a range of healthy snacks from Miss Gray’s classroom at morning break.
We will have bread sticks and dip, oatcakes and cheese, rice cakes and honey, melon, fruit kebabs, plain popcorn, sugar free jelly, fruit juice and water and strawberries and cream.
All items will be priced at 50p or under.
P1-3 will be invited to come along early from 10.15am on Tuesday and Thursday; P5-7 will be invited along from 10.15am on Wednesday.
Thank you in advance for your support.
Next Friday (26th May), P7 will be running their enterprise. This will be a non-uniform day for a cost of 50p. There will be various activities and stalls on offer. Here is a sneak peek at what to expect:
Fruity Tuties – We are Clara, Emily M, Indrani, Nikki and Sarah. We are going to sell rainbow fruit kebabs and we are pricing them for 30p. One sauce will be an extra 10p and two sauces will be an extra 15p. BUILD your own kebab for 50p. See you at our stall! 🙂
Nugget Ponies – We are going to be doing a crossbar challenge and a shinty challenge. Crossbar challenge will be 50p for 5 shots, 30p for 3 shots. Shinty challenge will be 3 shots for 50p. A prize for everyone that hits the crossbar or scores a goal. There will also be an overall winner for both…
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To build the most positive and supportive learning experience for your child, staff put a great deal of thought and discussion into building classes. They take into account the need to balance learning strengths and needs with social and emotional levels. We also have a strong ethos of pupils working between classes depending on where their next steps are. This means that if your child does not end up in the same registration class as their”best buddy”, they will undoubtedly work and learn alongside them at some point. (and there’s always outdoor playtime)
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