Primary 6 and 7

The Annual Carol Service at Key Stage Two

On Thursday 17th December our annual Christmas Carol Service was held at St. Colman's church for everyone associated with the children in Key StageTwo.

Bun Sale

Last week, Primary 6 and 7 (those not away on School Tour) were busy making buns with their classroom assistants.  They then held a bun sale on Friday morning, to raise money for our School Charity, Stand By Me.  The sale was a sell-out success, with all children in the school enjoying a tasty bun at breaktime.  We raised a total of £73.52.

Fundraising for Stand By Me

This week the children have worked hard to bake and create many sweet treats.  After a week of healthy eating and healthy breaks the children were rewarded with a special bun sale.  Children in P6 and 7 worked hard to create many, many buns to sell for Stand By Me.  The children were really excited to bake and even more happy with raising just over £80.  In add

The Apprentice Challenge

Congratulations to all the Primary 6 and 7 children who took part in the Apprentice Challenge this week.  There were some fantastic ideas for toys and the children worked hard to create and design toys, as well as the toy's packaging.  The winning team were the Kool Kids, with their creation of 'Mini Monsters'.  This was a range of collectible figures wit

The Big Spring Clean

Today some children from P6 and 7, not on school tour, were very busy looking after the school and the local environment.  There were a few different groups taking part in today.  There were litter pickers, scrapers, pruners, brushers and shovellers, working at their hardest.  Thank you to the Big Spring Clean project for providing us with gloves and high visiblity waistc

Little Buns for Little Hearts

Over the past week the children from Primary 6 and Primary 7, who were not on tour, were busy with 'The Apprentice Challenge'.  As well as creating new toys in groups the children decided to make money for charity. This involved baking buns under the supervision of Mrs Moore and Mrs Heggarty.  The children decided on the buns to make and worked very hard in their group

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