Our P5-7 pupils had a fantastic morning in the High School library taking part in activities, as part of the First Minister’s Reading Challenge. Pupils discovered new books through speed dating, made bookmarks and even did a treasure hunt in the library. Thanks to Mrs Arkley and Mrs Jones for arranging this.
We had a presentation about wildfires from the Fire Service and the National Trust for Scotland. Thanks to Gavin Skipper for organising this.
Rinn an clas aig Mrs Smith foileagan. Mrs Smith’s class made pancakes.
Rev Rankin continued our Mental Wellbeing Assemblies by looking at the skill of reflection. plocktonvalues #trust #responsibilty
We are delighted to have been award the Bronze Rights Respecting Schools Award. In assembly today our Rights Respecting Committee let all pupils know what their next steps are. They are going to place a worry box in the school, going to establish playground monitors and going to focus on a different Right every fortnight….
In our Gaelic Medium Art Club, pupils were busy getting creative with clothes pegs. Nach eil na creutairean aca snog!
We are taking part in a paired reading project with the High School. A great time was had with the English Medium class and when the Gaelic Medium pupils visited the nursery.
This term we are going to have a series of assemblies about mental wellbeing. The theme for today was compassion. #ourplocktonvalues #friendship #responsibility
Our after school Gaelic Medium Arts Club made masks to centaur the Chinese New Year. Nach iad a tha math!
P4-7 pupils were learning about Chinese New Year with Miss Cameron. In addition to comparing and contrasting China with Scotland, pupils learned about their Zodiac sign and ended the lesson with making dragon fortune tellers.