Please read our August 2017 newsletter
The May 2017 newsletter can be found below. It wasn’t published due to technical issues.
It is fantastic to welcome you all back. We also extend a warm welcome to all of our new pupils and staff.
We look forward to welcoming the new Early Learning Class pupils for their visit today. AM 9.30-10.30. PM 1.30-2.30.
We also look forward to welcoming our returners back to the Early Learning Classes and our new P1 pupils tomorrow. It is always a very exciting time of the year.
This afternoon, the children and staff sang farewell to Mrs Webb in a musical tribute to her time at Fernielea. We sang some of her favourite songs to show our appreciation to her for all the hard work she did to ensure that Fernielea became a fantastic school.
Thank you so much to the Parent Council members who came to support us and serve the children at the garden party afterwards.
More photos to follow.
What a wonderful day!
Tonight we celebrated the successes and strengths of our football teams. The coaches and children have worked hard all year to represent the school in a fair and responsible manner.
We thanks the coaches, Kev, Paul and Matthew for all their hard work over the last season. They have secured a new kit for the teams, a container to store their equipment and they have managed to get football from P3 all the way through to P7.
The awards were attended by over 50 people. This is a marked difference to last year with less than 20. The support for the football teams is overwhelming.
Here are some photos from the awards.
A huge turnout!
Paul and Kev ready to hand out the trophies.
Most improved player P4/5 team.
Players’ Player of the Year P4/5
Most improved play P6/7
Players’ player of the year – P6/7
P4/5 Team 2017
On Thursday, the P6s had a Glow Meet with Ms Shirley-Anne Somerville, Minister for Further Education, Higher Education and Science. They carefully prepared questions to ask her about her job as a politician in the Scottish Parliament.
We have been working with children from various different year groups to learn about the Global Goals and the UN Rights of a Child.
We had a fantastic sharing session this afternoon.
Here is a clip from the session to let you see what we were doing.
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