We are delighted to have been awarded a sportscotland Gold School Sport Award in recognition of our achievements in putting sport at the heart of our planning, practice and ethos. It is also in recognition of displaying excellent practice across the core areas of the award. Well done to the Sport Committee for their ongoing hard work. We are looking forward to a special assembly to receive the award.
Primary 4 pupils took part in an exciting tennis trip to the Emirates Arena in Glasgow. Pupils were able to see Great Britain’s Davis Cup team warming up ahead of their World Group play-off against Uzbekistan. Ahead of the trip P4 pupils were asked to send a question they would ask the players, and one of our questions were chosen! One of the players answered our question which was ‘Who inspired you to play tennis?’. The school were given tennis equipment and P4 pupils also received a certificate which they can use to book a free child and adult ticket to an upcoming tennis event, please see their certificate for further information on how to book this. Some pupils were also lucky enough to catch a signed tennis ball!
Andy and Neil visited from Hibari Kan Judo club today to talk to P1-7 at an assembly. We learned about what Judo is and Andy’s journey to become the 2018 veteran European Champion in his category. It was wonderful to hear his inspirational story and to consider which of our school values Andy displays. Some of the pupils in our school who attend this Judo club showed some of the skills they have learned at Judo.
Parent Council meeting tonight at 7pm. Parents/Carers are welcome.