Monthly Archives: May 2019

Building Resilience Sharing Assembly- Make a Difference

Mrs Mason and Mrs Honeyman got that warn fuzzy feeling as we listened to all the ways in which our children and families have made a difference as part of this terms Building Resilience learning.

Some of the ways they have made a difference include helping out at home, litter picking, planting a wildflower meadow, raising money for charity, building a bug hotel, recycling clothes and toys, looking after baby siblings and  writing a rap of ways to save the planet.

We also learned about the way that the staff team have made a difference by running the Edinburgh Marathon in three relay teams. They raised over £800  for Barnardos and Richmond Hope. Both of these charities work with children in our school and make a real difference to their lives.

Hairy Haggis Marathon Teachers

Well done to our 3 teams of current and recent staff that ran the Harry Haggis Relay for charity on Sunday as part of the marathon around Edinburgh on the school website?

Well done to Miss Milne, Mrs Lockey, Miss Craig, Mrs Gunstone, Mrs Chadwick, Mrs McDermot, Miss Percival, Miss Low, Ms Shepherd, Miss Curran, Mrs Laidler and Mr Devine.

The teams raised over £800 for Barnados and Richmond Hope

Interscholastics

 Some of our pupils from P6 and P7 recently competed at the interscholastic’s competition at George Watson’s.
All 19 participants  did a brilliant job in their heats!
Daria from P7 made it to the final of the cricket ball throw and came 4th overall.
Matthew from P6 got through to the 80m semi-final and came 4th overall.

Carnival Free Offer for Dalry Primary Families

This Saturday the carnival are holding a fun day for all the family. Some relaxed performances in the auditorium plus lots of fun activities for the youngsters to try, including drumming sessions led by local artists Bacary and Jose. Creative movement games from South Africa and Zambia. Contortion performances from Cindy and Maru from Costa Rica, fun characters which will tell stories and share wisdom from our Trinidadian Trio plus headdress making, costumes to try on, face painting and music. Dress up encouraged! It’s carnival time!  

Even better Dalry Primary families can have free tickets to this Saturday’s fun day if they show a piece of uniform or any other proof of attending the school.

The café will be in open at St Brides so can grab a snack or some juice before you dive into your next activity.
Sunday 2nd & 30th June, 2pm – 4pm, @ St Brides Centre, 10 Orwell Terrace, EH11 2BZ

https://www.facebook.com/events/611483872666512/

P6 Camp Day 1

Day 1 at camp was a great success. Everyone arrived safely, and enjoyed settling into their dormitories with their friends. Mrs Mason paid them a surprise visit, and made sure everyone was settled and happy before heading back to school.

The children did a range of activities with the instructors in the afternoon (more pics to follow after camp) before some free time before dinner. Mrs Honeyman joined the children and staff for dinner, before games out on the field and in the woodland. The children took part in a range of games and particularly enjoyed a game of camouflage hide and seek in the woods.

Then it was back to the chalet for hot showers, PJs and supper. Mrs Clements surprised the children with another staff visit, and made a delicious supper of hot chocolate and cake. The children had time for indoor games with Miss Curran, Mrs Harris Toner and Mr Devine before heading off to bed.

The wet weather certainly did not dampen their enthusiasm!