P7 pupils visited the playground yesterday as part of their transition project to leave their goodbye messages to one another and to the school.
We surprised Raul in P6, who was visiting with his sister Christina, by presenting him with the Citizenship Award. Raul was presented with this award for consistently demonstrating our school values. ‘Together we are respected, responsible, included and kind’.
Later that afternoon Aoife was surprised when she arrived and was presented with The Cup of Kindness for demonstrating a consistently kind and caring attitude throughout her time at Dalry.
Mr D popped into the playground an presented both Meda and Andrei with his Mr D PE Superstar awards. It was lovely to see so many of our P7 pupils and their parents one final time across the day safely in a socially distanced manner.
Thanks to Miss Curran for organising the transition event so well, and for taking the time to say goodbye to her children and their families who were able to visit as part of their daily exercise.
A MESSAGE FROM MISS LOW (EGG ORGANISER EGGSTRORDINAIRE)
Thanks to all the children, teachers and families who took part in the Dalry Primary Easter Egg Challenge.
As always the standard has been eggstremely high, lots of great designs and original ideas. Well done! It’s not too late to share your Easter eggs, especially if you want to do it in the holidays. Please continue to post your eggs to @Dalry1876, remembering to type #DalryEggs
Last night I went to Fairtrade Event on behalf of the Fairtrade Committee and got lots of resources and ideas for the school. I also met Leocadie Voho a mother of 7 and coco producer who has seen the benefits of Fairtrade which has enabled her children to go to school. She is supporting the idea that women farmers deserve a fair pay which this year’s Fairtrade campaign. Here is a photo of this amazing woman. Next week a letter will be sent home on behalf of the Fairtrade Committee about our Fairtade poster campaign.
P7 have been learning about China and Poland during International week. The Tinglan teacher from Edinburgh Zoo came into class to teach us about the history of the panda. Some of the P7 children taught us Polish phrases, read Polish stories and even showed us how to play Polish edition of rock, paper, scissors! Nati also brought in some tasty Polish treats for us to have a nibble on!