Nursery’s Activities

This week, the nursery have been re-building their igloo (Milk Bottles) since people have been kicking the ball into it and winds have been blowing it about. So they brought it inside and re-built it. They also made a role-play café in there home corner. Some abstract art took to their walls and the nursery children got all excited when they found …

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Journalism Tips!

We would like to thank Kirsty from Stirling council for coming and speaking to us about journalism.

It was very helpful to us. Some of the tips she gave us are very useful.

You have to remember the 5w’s (what, why, who, when, where!) and make the article short so people don’t get bored! We should write an article …

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Ready, Steady, DANCE!

Primary 5/6 have been taking part in THINK DANCE 2017! We have been practicing since November and we have loved doing it!

When we arrived at the Macrobert Centre, we all were very ‘nervousited’ (Nervous and Excited!) While we waited, we played games and ate lots of sweets. The maximum amount of time we were allowed to dance for was 10 …

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Epic World Book Day!

We have been having lots of fun dressing up as characters from our favourite books.

We had lots of fun reading when the bell rang. It’s called a reading riot.

We had a treasure hunt when you had to find a character from a book but if you found a character that your teacher was dressed up as you got …

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Full Speed Through The Mud

On Tuesday the 7th of February a group of very brave P6/7s went to represent St Mary’s at the Stirling schools cross country. There were over 350 people taking part in the event, from over 20 schools. The course consisted of 2 laps, one big lap one small lap. First up was the primary 6 boys Murdo dug in deep …

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Body Workshop

On Friday the 10th of February, p1-3 and p4-7 were given a presentation about the body and how it works. There was different experiments to show us how it works in a more fun and interesting way. Although there were a lot of disgusting parts in it, it was very good at teaching us how and what our body does. …

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Scots Sharing Event

During the term we have been focusing on lots of Scottish things for our topic; Primary 1/2s did a Gruffalo performance in Scots and the Primary 7s looked at scots poems. The whole school also held a poetry recital competition. So much Scots learning had taken place in school and we wanted to share it with all the parents. The …

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Sky High Poetry

There was a poetry competition held at our school on Thursday the 19th of January. Each class had a different scots poem to learn off by heart and had to have a prop. P1 had robin red breast, p2 had bum be, p3 had Nessie, p4 had piper, p5 had the ment to the lost dinner ticket, p6 had …

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Ready, Steady, GO!

There was a cross country competition on Thursday the 19th of January at Dunblane High School. Most of the track was tarmac but some was Astro-turf. 12 participants from our school: Cameron, Catriona, Jonathon, Fin (p7) Molly, Madeleine, Ailis (p6), Theo, Sam, Millie, Charlotte, Hannah (p5) entered. There were 63 girls, 64 boys and altogether there were 147 people in …

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We Visited A Real Post Office

We visited a real post office. When we were there a postman spoke to us and told us what we needed to set up our post office. We made special identity cards, we painted a bright red post box and made a special area for sorting our letters.

We even designed our own stamps, for first and second class …

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