Skills for Life
P5-7 Scavenger Hunt on the beach, organisation, collaboration and creativity just some of the skills for life involved 🏖
Bikeability training in action, tests tomorrow, good luck!
First Aid for Children
P5-7 First Aid training with pupils from neighbouring schools. Earning a recognised First Aid qualification. Learning skills for life, building confidence and establishing relationships 🆘 🏥 👩⚕️ 👨⚕️
Turriff Rotary Quiz
Congratulations to our quiz teams tonight at the Rotary School Quiz. Great effort coming in third place 🥉
Cluster Rugby Tournament
What a beautiful day for a Rugby Tournament 😊 fantastic effort by all our pupils 🏈 congratulations to our two prize winners for showing good sportsmanship, great effort and enjoyment over the block of lessons and today 🌟
A poignant ending to our WW1 100 year learning context. Thank you to everyone involved in this morning’s service at King Edward Church and who helped with our poppy display. Immensely proud of our P7 pupils who were given the honour of laying a wreath at the war memorial.
WW1 workshop, bringing history to life. Informative, real life evidence, engaging, active and fun! Thank you to the Parent Council for finding this event.
Please enjoy our photographs from our trip to The Gordon Highlanders Museum. A thoroughly enjoyable, informative, relevant trip that truly brought our context to life with strong links to our local area 🏴
Knitting poppies to contribute to a community project and display to celebrate 100 years of the end of WW1. Thank you to Mrs Newton, Mrs Hay, both Mrs Andersons and Mrs Ewen. Passing on skills for life. Knitting mania (even at lunchtime). 😊
Our thanks goes to Mrs Gray who kindly visited us today with artefacts from WW1 that belonged to her granda. A local link to our context, making it very relevant.
Tattie planting to support ‘One Seed Forward’ local initiative. Please see further details on the flyer sent home today. An outdoor, coding, literacy, maths, environmental project to name but a few.
Thank you P4 and P5 for creating and organising a challenging but fun Easter Egg hunt. Thank you to the Parent Council for donating the eggs we got as a reward for cracking the code.