Beautiful afternoon for a ‘Bioblitz’ of our immediate environment. Bursting with life! Minibeasts, birds, plants and trees. Engaging and informative, working in groups to encourage team work and cooperation. Thanks to the RSPB.
Jackie from the SSPCA visited us as part of our ‘Living Things’ context. We all heard about the important work the SSPCA do in our community, P1-3 heard the story of how Polly the pigeon and was rescued and P4-7 played snakes and ladders while answering questions testing their knowledge of animals. Jackie was delighted to take away the bedding and towels donated by families and staff. The donations will be used in the animal centre. A very worthwhile, informative visit helping towards us being responsible citizens and effective contributors
More Red Nose Day news…the Eco Committee planned, set up and ran our latest Community Cafe.
Spring Tidy Up
Spring has sprung for the Eco Group today. Busy, engaged pupils learning skills for life and sustainability
home Energy Scotland
We were visited today by representatives from Home Energy Scotland and Royal Tarlair Golf Club at Assembly to promote the energy efficiency message. They were delighted to meet a real life SCARF calendar competition winner! The school will be awarded with a cheque for £250 for engaging in this work which will be put forward to the playground fund.