Monthly Archives: March 2017

Primary three reconciliation

Primary three had a wonderful morning at St Columba’s Church making the sacrament of reconciliation. All the children were very respectful and enjoyed singing hymns and praying in church. Afterwards…

27th March School News

This week Tuesday 28th March       P3 make their First Confessions    Bus leaves school at 9.15am sharp and all children need packed lunches please.   Tuesday 28th…

School Lunch Menu week beginning 27th March

Pupils in P1 – P3 are entitled to a free school lunch. The cost for other pupils is £2.10 each day. If it is more convenient, please send £21 for…

Primary 3 Blue class news.

Our topic this term is communication. This week we are looking at modern ways to communicate. One way to communicate with people is by using websites like this one! We…

P6 German Poster Competition

P6 have had a German Student Teacher helping during their lessons. Her name is Antonia and she is from Leipzig.  We entered a competition with other primary schools in Aberdeen…

Lunch menu week beginning 20th March 2017

Pupils in P1 – P3 are entitled to a free school lunch. The cost for other pupils is £2.10 each day. If it is more convenient, please send £21 for…

P6 Victorian Experience

On Tuesday 14th March, Primary 6 ventured out into the countryside towards Methlick to the stately home Haddo House. Pupils learned about the history of the house including the Victorian renovations. Pupils…

Primary 2 Red Apple Store Visit

On Tuesday 14th March P2 Red visited the Apple Store in Union Square to enhance their digital literacy skills. Whilst at the Apple Store, the children had the opportunity to…

Primary 2 Red Historical Toys Workshop

On Friday, Primary 2 Red took part in a Toys workshop. As part of the Primary 2 Red topic of Scotland and “Granny’s Attic”, the children took part in a…

Primary 2 Red Fairtrade Sewing

As part of Fairtrade Fortnight, Primary 2 Red made lavender bags out of Fairtrade cotton. The children not only tie dyed their fabrics, but they also sewed up their bags…