InfoPosted by Miss Hamilton Mon, May 15, 2017 08:44AM
Here is the number of the school mobile phone which I will be bringing on this week's residential trip. Please remember that the main purpose of this mobile is so that parents can be directly contacted in the unlikely event of a pupil being injured or becoming unwell. I will check the phone each morning before activities start and each evening and return any calls if emergency messages are left. Please advise Mrs. Clarke if you need information passed to your child during the school day and she can contact us.
Thank you for your cooperation in this matter.
Mobile Number: 07729 916465
InfoPosted by Miss Hamilton Mon, May 01, 2017 10:09PM
There will be a short meeting for P7 students and adults on Monday May 8th at 2.30pm about the residential trip to Share Centre, Lisnaskea. Information booklets will be distributed and details given about the trip. Each student needs to bring an adult to complete medical forms and provide contact telephone numbers for the duration of the trip. The meeting will end just before 3.00pm.
Thank you for your continued support.
RemindersPosted by Miss Hamilton Sun, April 23, 2017 11:21PM
Please remember that P7 will be presenting an Assembly on Tuesday April 25th at 9.10am to showcase the skills they have learnt during "Heartstart" sessions. Your child should have brought a note before the holidays inviting you to attend. At the end of the Assembly, students will be presented with certificates indicating their successful completion of the individual practical assessment undertaken before Easter.
ActivitiesPosted by Miss Carruthers Tue, February 14, 2017 03:24PM
We worked in groups to make a boat which would hold the most number of glass beads before sinking. Each group had 1m of tin foil and a roll of sellotape. We had 13 minutes to complete the challenge! The best boat held 357 beads! It was great fun and we learnt that it is important to think about the size of your boat, its strengths and the height of its sides.
ActivitiesPosted by Miss Carruthers Thu, February 09, 2017 03:46PM
We have been constructing 3D Titanic models using junk materials. First we used a cereal box to create the hull and the living quarters of the ship. Then we used cardboard tubes to create the funnels - all four of them! It was very tricky to join it all together using masking tape. Finally we painted our models, adding a stripe on the funnels and windows on the living quarters. The results are pretty amazing!