We held our traditional singalong of Christmas Carols on the last day of term.
All the lights are turned off, and we create our own light using torches-(they also help us read our song words!)
What a lovely way to start the Christmas holidays!
We had a House Morning on Friday 4th December, where we worked together in our House Groups, using sustainable materials to create winter crafts. Some were sold at our very successful PSA Christmas Cafe, but we had a sale on Monday 21st December in school of those left over from the Cafe.
We managed to raise £64.35! Thanks to all for your hard work creating the crafts, and to all those who bought something!
Our School Choir performed seasonal carols at Ocean Terminal on Wednesday 16th December.
They managed to raise £100, which they will kindly donate to our Playground Fund.
Well done to all the members of the Choir, and thanks for your generosity!
P1-3 held their nativity, “Shine Star, Shine” at Broughton St. Mary’s Church on Friday 11th December.
P4-7 held their celebration, “A European Christmas” on Friday 18th December, also at Broughton St.Mary’s Church. There were musical performances from our cellists and School Choir, and each stage group treated us to information and songs about Christmas in France, Germany and Spain.
Well done to all of the performers for fantastic acting, reading, playing and singing!
Our annual PSA Christmas cafe was held on Friday 11th December. It was very well attended, and made a profit of £1,384.33!
Huge thanks and congratulations to all the PSA members for organising such a successful event!
Our P7 pupils attended a day of workshops at Easter Road stadium. The theme of the day was “Show Racism the Red Card” and the workshops allowed the children to learn about different people’s experiences with racism, and ways to combat this in everyday life.
The children also were given a tour of the stadium, and had the opportunity to attend a press conference, quizzing current and ex-footballers on their experiences of racism. Everyone got a goody bag, and a few lucky pupils won prizes in a raffle, including a signed Hibs shirt!
Overall, a very worthwhile experience, with our P7s demonstrating good behaviour, manners and enthusiastic participation!