Category Archives: P7b

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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P7 Camp 2022

The P7s Enjoyed a great camp last week. Here is part one of the photos from the camp!

Activities shown include the 5 hour Pentland hike and hill walk games, bushcraft firelighting, water bugging and mini boat build, nightlining, low ropes course and stream scrambling. There is also the big last night campfire.

There will be a second photo dump next week.


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Intended Learning Newsletters Term 4 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

P3

P4a and P4b

P5

P6

P7a and P7b


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Active Schools Summer Camps

Looking for something fun to do over the summer holidays? Active schools are offering various 1 week summer camps.

Full details and prices via the pdf linked below.


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Tea Parties Are Back!

More normality news!

Mrs Honeyman was so happy to be able to host her first pupil of the week tea party since before Covid last week.

Normally pupils of the week get to spend this special time with our headteacher on a Friday.


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Don’t Lose Your Lunchbox!

This picture is of a small section of our football playground at the end of a lunchtime.

We of course always try to reunite lunchboxes, tiffin tins and tupperwares with their owners at the time but as you can see from the picture the amount of lost items, and number lacking identifying features, can make be hard.

Sadly our lost property turns into a lunchbox mountain over the course of a term.

So if you can in any way mark your boxes with a name that would be very helpful. Either written in permament marker on the box, written on masking tape on the box or a proper name sticker. Even just a big sticker with a picture on that help’s the child identify their box and be a bit keener to care for it can help.

If you have lost a lunchbox or any property remember to check lost property.


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URGENT School Times changes and Headteacher’s Newsletter

Please click below to access the latest headteacher’s newsletter.

In it you will find changes to school timings for after the Easter holidays.

Please carefully check the changes to school timings as they will affect your child’s start and finish times.

In addition to the changes noted please be aware that after easter Friday finish times will revert to being at 12.27 FOR ALL CLASSES.


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P6 and 7 Opera Aliens

This week P6 and P7 were joined by Scottish Opera to perform THE LAST ALIENS at St Brides Centre.

It was really amazing to finally be able to do one of the big calendar events of the year in a way that was nearly normal. But sadly that nearly meant parents and carers couldn’t attend.

We hope the above recording goes a long way to making up for not being able to come.

So please enjoy the AMAZING performance by our talented P6s and P7s!


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Maths Enrichment Opportunities From Edinburgh University

Edinburgh University are offering 2 opportunities to stretch those number brains

Here it the information they have sent us.

Online Maths Circle- Saturday 26th March 2022

An online Maths Circles is one hour long events for 7-14 years old and their families. Children have a chance to tackle a variety of mathematical problems guided by University of Edinburgh staff and students. They are encouraged to behave as little mathematicians as they make conjectures, explore and explain possible solutions to open ended questions. We think these event would benefit all students, and not only the high achieving.

Most of the activities we use during our Maths Circles are courtesy of nRich (https://nrich.maths.org/

The next online Maths Circle will be this Saturday (26th March). Attendance is free but booking is required. 

Further details and info on how to book can be found at: https://www.maths.ed.ac.uk/school-of-mathematics/outreach/maths-circle 

Circles in Maths, Nature and Everyday Life (Edinburgh Science Festival): 9th- 13th April 2022

In April 2022 we will contribute to the Edinburgh Science festival with a drop-in session taking place at the National Museum of Scotland. Our activities will explore the characteristics of the circle, and how such characteristics underpin various aspects of science, technology and everyday life, such as using a map or rolling a coin through a vending machine.

Further information can be found at:

https://www.sciencefestival.co.uk/event-details/circles-in-maths-nature-and-everyday-life


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