From soil to plate, a beetroot’s tale

Tana, our infectiously enthusiastic gardener has helped children harvest from our raised beds and use the crops to create delicious and colourful culinary creations this term. Working with interested and inquisitive children during lunchtime and small groups from P3 and P4 after break, Tana has encouraged children to explore planting, caring and harvesting of vegetables.

The soup created by Tana and the children from across various stages within the school was served during lunches today and was very popular! Thank you Tana for your great work with our pupils, thank you to the children who worked so hard to create the lovely soup and thanks also to our dedicated kitchen staff who helped cook the soup for today.

Primary 4A early days

P4A have had a very busy first week back at school. Theses are some of the things we did!

  • drew pictures using chalk pastels (it was very messy!)
  • wrote a few sentences about ourselves and what we like to do.
  • in groups, we chatted about what a great classmate and a great friend should do
  • in maths, we revised subtraction and time.

We are looking forward to drama lessons, going in trips, learning the times tables and working very hard.

P4 has been exciting, inspiring enjoyable and joyful this week.

Written by all of the pupils in P4A

Library bookmark winners announced

Well done to our P2-7 library competition winners marking the opening of the library by designing their own bookmarks. We were delighted with the entries and the winning designs are all vey deserving!

The winners were Iona P2, Genna P3, Aqsa P4, David P5, Mackenzie P6 and Imman P7. The winning bookmarks have been distributed with a copy for everyone in each year group.