House Morning

We held our first House Morning of the year today.

The children worked together in their House groups across stages, taking part in a range of activities. It was lovely to see so many people wearing house colours too!

Infant classes were thinking about adults in our school community, encouraging people to pick up their litter, and using our local environment to provide resources for artwork.

Further up the school, pupils were focusing on teamwork- working together to solve problems and collaborate successfully.

We had lots of fun, and were able to share with each other what we had been learning at a whole school assembly.

Well done everyone!

Have a lovely October break, we’ll see you on Tuesday 24th October!

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On-line Safety Training for Parents and Carers


Our PSA are organising an online safety workshop for parents and carers. They are keen to find out how many people would be interested in attending  what should be an informative and useful event.

If you are interested in attending, please reply to the Broughton PSA email address, with a contact email address.

They will then be in touch with further details.

A flyer leaflet is attached below with some general information-

Online Safety Training Flyer


Pupil Groups

We have appointed new members to some of our Pupil Groups here at Broughton.

House and Vice- Captains

House captain badges

P7 House Captains and P6 Vice- Captains have been appointed. Interested pupils prepared a short presentation which they presented to all the pupils from P4-P7 in their house! Votes were then cast to pick each candidate. Here are the successful pupils-

House Captains

Thomas Dimelow and Wanessa Zieniewicz- McDonald

Alex Moir and Megan Wright- Pilrig

Greig McVicar and Lara Russell- Trinity

Harper Clark-Tonberg and Holly Hou- Drummond

Vice- Captains

Armaan Latif and Daisy Drummond- McDonald

Callum Chim and Ines Ibrahim- Pilrig

Innes Penman and Mhairi Noronha- Trinity

Jacob Shek and Kamil Pawelczyk- Drummond

Well done to all who applied- you were extremely brave! And congratulations to our succesful captains- we hope you enjoy carrying out your responsibilities this year!


Pupil Council

This year’s Pupil Council have also been appointed. Again, interested candidates prepared a presentation to their class, and votes were cast to decide the successful candidate. This group will be encouraging ideas for school improvements, fund raising and organising and supporting a range of events in school. Here are our members-

P2a-Jagna Przychodzki
P2b-Rebecca Lynch
P3a-Alice Avison
P3b-Erica Hay
P4a-Connie Williams
P4b-Toivo Braithwaite
LC2-Chai Gilzean
P5a-Hendeke Elias
P5b-Tilda Rawson
P6a-Luis Hernandez
P6b-Amy Rogers
P7a-Daniel Ritchie
P7b-Iggy Stec

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Thanks to all who applied! Well done to the successful candidates, we hope you enjoy your roles this year!



PSA Christmas Cafe

Christmas cafe

The Broughton Primary PSA Christmas Cafe will held in the gym hall on Friday 1st December from 11.30-13.30.

A planning meeting for this will be held in Room 8b on Friday 13th October at 11am.

If you would like to get involved, please come along. If you are not able to attend the meeting, but would still like to be involved, please email to be kept up-to-date with plans.

Thank you!

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P7 returned from their annual excursion to Lagganlia Outdoor Education Centre on Friday.

Based near Aviemore, the excursion allowed our pupils to experience a range of exciting and challenging outdoor experiences, including-

  • Archery
  • Canoeing
  • Kayaking
  • Mountain Biking
  • Hill Walking
  • Gorge Walking
  • Skiing
  • Bush Craft
  • Tree Climbing

Our children had an amazing time, and developed independence and a range of life and outdoor skills.

The children had to push themselves to be their best, sometimes when they were lacking confidence in certain challenges. However, everyone achieved at least one moment of success where they overcame doubts and fears to conquer a challenge. Individual prizes were awarded to one pupil from each activity group, who showed a particularly supportive and encouraging attitude towards others, or particular determination and effort to succeed. Those pupils were Aidan Edgcombe, Holly Hou, Megan Wright and Aadi Chouhan.

Below are a selection of photos and videos from our week away. We hope you enjoy them. Huge thanks must also go to the members of staff who gave their time to accompany and look after the pupils while they were away. It wouldn’t be possible without you!

Well done to all!

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PSA Lunchtime Cafe


Our PSA Lunchtime Cafe on Friday was a big success!

With excellent organisation from the PSA, and the vital help and support of parents, pupils and staff, the cafe raised £440!

This team effort, and great community atmosphere it created, has got our fund raising this year off to a great start! Well done to all who were involved in running the cafe, and thanks to those who came and attended!

The next event to look forward to is the PSA Halloween Disco, which is a sellout!

See you there!

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PSA Halloween Disco

Halloween pic

Here is a flyer for our upcoming PSA Halloween Disco.

PSA Halloween Disco 2017 flyer

This event will take place on Thursday 26th October- P1-3 disco from 6pm-7pm, and P4-7 disco from 7.15pm-8.30pm.

Tickets are 50p per child, and £2 per adult. Tickets are only available for sale in advance, from our school office. Only unsold tickets will be available on the night, on a first come, first served basis.

Please note that all children must be accompanied by an adult.

If you can help out on the night, or can offer some Halloween themed home baking to sell alongside the usual tuck and refreshments, please contact the PSA via their Facebook page, via the ‘Contact Us’ section of our website, or by emailing

All money raised will go towards our cultural fund and playground improvements.

We look forward to seeing you there!


JRSO Launch Event


Our P6 Junior Road Safety Officers attended a launch event at the City Chambers this week. Jedrzej and Claire were accompanied by Mr Horan, and had a brilliant time. They both took part in some excellent workshops and even managed a sneaky photo with Ziggy and Reducer! It was a great day and both JRSOs came back bursting with ideas. They have already carried out one of their roles, a survey about how pupils travel to school callled ‘Hands Up Scotland.’

We look forward to more fun events and information over the course of the year! Well done to both our JRSOs!

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P5 Rugby Festival


Mrs Ramm took a team of P5 pupils to a rugby festival at Murrayfield stadium this week.

Our team had one win and one loss in the  first round, which put us through to the Plate competition. We then won one, lost one and drew one.

All the children had a great time, and were good ambassadors for our school!

Well done team, and thanks Mrs Ramm!

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PSA Lunchtime Cafe


Our PSA are planning another of their very successful lunchtime cafes. This will be held on Friday 29th September from 12pm to 1.30pm in our Dining Hall.

A wide range of treats will be available, including hot dogs, soup, rolls, wraps, sandwiches, crisps, sweets, cakes and drinks.

Everyone is warmly invited! Our P7 pupils will be returning from school camp around that time, so why not pop in for some lunch while you are waiting for them to return?

If you can help, please let us know by emailing or by posting a message on the parent Facebook page at

Follow the links below to a poster advertising the event and a notice requesting donations of food for the event.

We look forward to seeing you there!

PSA Lunchtime Cafe- September 2017

PSA September Cafe- Food Requests

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