Polar Life

Our New Context for Learning will be Polar life, this is based on children’s current and on-going interests.

STEM Club – Robot Wars!

Today at lunchtime two of our STEM Club Robot Wars teams were testing their Lego Mindstorms robots against each other…

House Responsibilities

Blytheswood Shoe Box Appeal – Thank you to everyone who supported our recent appeal. It was amazing to see such generosity and how everyone got involved.

Grounds Tidy up – Thank you to everyone who helped tidy up our playground, it was great to see such team spirit.

Digital Leaders – Updating the Website

This term our Digital Leaders are taking responsibility for updating the school website. Here we see two of the Digital Leaders using our new iPads to publish articles and upload photos direct to the website:


Recently P4-P7 performed the play Macbeth on the 22nd of June at St  Marys church hall we had lots of fun preparing the props and practicing. We learnt about Shakespeare and why it was written.

Community Picnic

At the community picnic we had lunch, a talent show, some entertainment, and the grand opening of B.E.R.T.  our outdoor kitchen.



Daffodil Tea

31st March from 2:15pm.

Are you up for a fun afternoon? Following the school’s Easter service on 31st March the fundraising group is organising a Daffodil Tea in the church hall.

Looking forward to seeing you all there for some Spring fun and yummy treats!

Acorn News – Red Nose Day Special!

Peer Supporters

Here’s a video explaining what the Peer Supporters are up to this week:

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 as if we are drinking coffee with a friend and having a chat.

Our favourite part was when she told us about her work for the council and in her past experience as a journalist. That was pretty cool. Kirsty used to have to make quick calls from public phones, but sometimes people had cut the wires and the no-one could get in touch with anyone!

The media group enjoyed it and are very appreciative for all her tips and help. We hope we can see her again.


By Julia, Neil-Arthur and Olivia                       from St Marys EPS.