|Monday||Junior Primary Football|
Primary Art & Craft Club
Girls Multi Sport
|P1 – P3|
P1 – P7
|Tuesday||Senior Primary Football|
Fine Motor Fun
|P4 – P7|
P1 – p7
P6 – P7
P1 – P7
All choir members
All cast members
P5 – S3
|Friday||Digital Learning club|
|Saturday||Coding Club||10.30-12||P6 – S6|
For senior school revision classes see updates on our school Facebook page.
Rights Respecting Pupil Steering Group
Several pupils from S1 and S2 are leaders in our path to becoming a Unicef Silver Status: Rights Aware School. These leaders are responsible for informing the rest of the school about Human Rights by helping organize assemblies and putting up posters.
The pupil council meets once per term to discuss any issues affecting pupil’s school experience, suggest improvements to school life, and agree on fundraising activities for the school and community causes. Two pupils are chosen from each year group to represent their class on the council.
Duke of Edinburgh
Although things are paused just now because of Covid the school hopes to restart the DofE programme soon
Through a DofE programme young people have fun, make friends, improve their self-esteem and build confidence. They gain essential skills and attributes for work and life such as resilience, problem-solving, team-working, communication and drive, enhancing CVs and uni and job applications. 14-24 year-olds can do a DofE programme at one of three progressive levels which, when successfully completed, leads to a Bronze, Silver or Gold Duke of Edinburgh’s Award.
There are four sections to complete at Bronze and Silver level and five at Gold. They involve helping the community/environment, becoming fitter, developing new skills, planning, training for and completing an expedition and, for Gold only, working with a team on a residential activity. For more information click here.
Celebrating Youth Volunteering in Scotland
The Saltire Awards are the Scottish Government’s way of celebrating, recognising and rewarding the commitment, contribution and achievements of young volunteers in Scotland, aged between 12 and 25.
Young people gain nationally recognised certificates, signed by Scottish Government Ministers, for the different amounts of volunteering they do. Find more information here.