Odd Sock Day November 2020
For Anti-Bullying Week, we invited all pupils and staff to wear odd socks to school on Friday the 20th of November to encourage us to embrace and celebrate differences between us.
UN Convention on the Rights of the Child: Children's educations should help them fully develop their personalities, talents and abilities. It should teach them to understand their own rights, and to respect other people's rights, cultures and differences. It should help them to live peacefully and protect the environment.
Book Week Scotland
We had a fun week for Book Week Scotland last week! While Nursery, P1, P2 and P3 voted for their favourite Bookbug Picturebook Prize nominated books, P4-P7 took part in a 'Big Book Week Scotland Book Character Hunt' in the playground! Winners were:
P4 - Aubrey Wardhaugh
P5 - Gabriel Bullard
P6 - Penny Prentice
P7a - Isla Weatherstone
P7b - Maisie O'Neil
Most Popular Bookbug Book was 'This is a Dog' by Ross Collins.
Secondary participated in a 'Hunger Games' themed Countdown game. Each year were put into Districts and fought against each other. Well done to the District 7 staff team who won overall.