Category Archives: School News Blog

Learning Outdoors in Nursery

The children were having lots of fun outdoors today.They enjoyed experimenting with the mud kitchen.The outdoors experience can support children to build friendships and have a wider sense of community…

Exploring the local Area – P1Ri

Primary 1Ri went out to explore the local area. They were looking for different buildings and other interesting features. The children were good at spotting lots of things including letter…

Parent Voice – Next Meeting Friday 7th June 2019 at 9.15am

The next Parent Voice meeting will be on Friday 7th June 9.15 to 10.30 am. All parents and Carers are welcome to come along .

Growing Things in Primary 2c

We have been so lucky to get to work with Bob from One Seed Forward and have recently been outside every Wednesday in the front garden planting. So far we…

Eating our learning

In Room 28 we have been learning about the life cycle of the butterfly and exploring symmetry and pattern. Today to celebrate our caterpillars transforming into butterflies we created 3D…

Language Support Provision – planting seeds

The children in Room 28 are learning about how things change. We had fun planting seeds and now are watching how the seeds are changing as the roots and the…

Information for Nursery Parents – Best Start Grant

  Applications for the Best Start Grant are now open The Early Learning Payment is part of Best Start Grant, a package of three payments that will give extra money…

Russell Anderson Development School Fun Morning for Primary 2

P2C and P2H attended the Russell Anderson Development School fun morning at Riverbank. The children learned new skills and made new friends from other schools. Thank you to the organisers…

Learning Across Early Level

Staff within Early Level planned learning across Primary 1 and Nursery. The children enjoyed learning indoors and outdoors together, sharing and developing skills.  

Victorian Day

Primary 3O, P3S and P3/4 held a Victorian Day this week. The children experienced what a school would have been like. After the day was over the children were unanimous…