Parent Council Meeting

A parent Council meeting has been scheduled for Wednesday 22nd May in St Mary’s Episcopal Primary School at 8.40am to allow the children in our Pupil Council to attend.

St Mary’s Pupils Win 2nd Place In National Photo Competition!

In January, P5 entered the Scottish civic trust photo competition to photograph   Scottish buildings and archaeology. The theme was Old and New.

We submitted some fabulous shots of Dunblane and from 536 Primary school entries, Olly Carr and Holly Taylor won second place! The prize was a day out in Glasgow to the Lighthouse exhibition centre to receive their awards.  …

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Easter Bonnet Parade!

On 29th March St Mary’s was represented by the nursery children at an Easter Bonnet parade at the Hilton by Doubletree Hotel!

P6/7 Shoebox Artefacts!

In primary six seven, there was set homework for them to make a shoebox artefact. They had to make, draw, or create an artefact that will fit into a shoebox. It was their choice what to do. Kirsty made a Morse code machine, Sophie made a pocket watch, and Madeline made an old blueprint. They had to have information with …

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P6/7 Orienteering!

On the 22nd March P6/7 went to the Laighills at 9:30 to do the orienteering festival. The weather was absolutely outstanding and everybody was roasted. There were five groups: CRAGS, BOULDERS, CONTOURS, COMPASSES and PATHS and there were five activities. All of them used the entire park, including the skate park, football pitch and just the normal park with all …

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New Eco Code!

On the 15th of March 2012 the pupil council chose the new ECO code for the school. We all had a chance to design one at home or at school. it was very hard to choose so they took sections of the better ones and put the sections all into one. Thanks to Mrs Reid who helped put the logos/symbols …

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The Tolbooth!

On the 14th of March the whole school went to the Tolbooth in Stirling. They went to see the P1 and P2/3 sing songs in Scots language. They were all brilliant at singing. The most popular song that everybody laughed at was called “Marry Arry Arry.” Which was about a boy asking a girl if she would marry him and …

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