Category Archives: P5

Jupiter Artland Trip

Primary 5 enjoyed a wonderful creative adventure to Jupiter Art Land! We learned about art installations and sculptures in the natural environment. We used our senses to express our emotions and describe our interpretation of different types of art work. Applying what we had learned, P5 became fabulous sculptors and created their own ‘clay creatures’ using items we’d collected on our walks through the sculpture woodlands. We had a fantastic day! 


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Numbers in Mandarin with P5 #MathsWeekScot

P5 are enjoying weekly Mandarin lessons from Miss Ding who has joined the Tynecasle Cluster from China for the next two years.

This week was Numbers for Maths Week Scotland.


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URGENT: Additional School Holiday in October

Below is a letter from Lorna French.

As you will see an additional day of holiday will occur in October which means children will now return to school from the october break on WEDNESDAY 26th of October.

Please can we all make sure that word is spread as quickly as possible in the Dalry community to help people in arranging childcare/time off.


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Intended Learning Newsletters Term 1 2022

Each term our teachers supply a plan for parents so you know what we are learning in school. Find and click the link below to access your class’ intended learning newsletter for this term.

P1a

P1b

P2

P2/3

COMING SOON

P3

P4

P5/4

P5

P6

P7


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Our 2022-23 Assembly Programme

We have just released our 2022/23 assembly programme.

You can see what is coming up in assembly here

It is also available to view with other key information in our OUR SCHOOL and then Policies, Documents and Reports website tab.


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Missing Clothes, Property and Snack Boxes

We are only a few days into the new school year and already we are having reports of lost property.

The biggest cause of lost property in school is not the children leaving it somewhere, we expect that and try to gather it.

The biggest cause of lost property in school is unlabelled items.

With so many children wearing identically sized clothes, either uniform or sourced from the same shops, it is inevitable that confusion occurs and very often isn’t spotted at home.

The same is true of lunch boxes, water bottles and snack bags. There will definitly be anohter child or more with the same item.

Please label with, or write on all items and clothing, the child’s name and ideally surname and class as well.


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Welcome Back!

We are almost ready to begin another year at Dalry Primary.

We look forward to seeing all in years P2-P7 at 8.50am

The P2s and P3s will be in the rabbit playground. P4s and up will be in the football playround

P1s will start at 9am tomorrow and are in the P1 playground which is the on the Dalry road/LIDL side of the school.

See you all in the morning.


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Dalry Days 2021/22

Another Dalry Year is Done…

We had…..

Bikeability days…

G.O.A.T. Days…

Responsible days…

Listening days…

Exciting days…

Cloudy days…

Cheeky days…

Rite of Passage days…

Party days…

Planting for the future days…

Scottish days…

Building days…

Bouncy days…

Hit for 6 days…

Tasting days…

Achievement Days…

Strategic days…

Camp Days…

5 hour Hike days…

Campfire days…

Summit days…

Sorry I’m on my phone days…

What on Earth is Mr Linton doing days

Skill days…

crowning days…

Crowning Achievement days…

And Last days….

But all of them were….

Dalry Days

See you next year Dalry and good luck P7!


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2022 Mr D’s Sports Stars Assembly

Mr D held an amazing assembly celebrating Dalry sports stars of the year, sports day 2022 and, for P7s, throughout their dalry time.

Well done to all our amaing prizewinners!


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WE HAD AN ASSEMBLY!!!

For the first time since March 2020 we had a full school assembly at Dalry.

To put that in context Our P3s last went to assembly over 1/3 of their lives ago and the P1s and P2s have never had a full school assembly.

There was a lot of excitement and many happy faces as we were able to celebrate certificates of achievment at all levels to gold and a very sepcial medal for Saanvi in P7!

It was amazing to have this massive step on the road back to normal. It feels like we are almost there.


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