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Show Racism The Red Card

The children took part in the "Show Racism The Red Card" today and came to school wearing an item of red clothing. 

The children have been learning all about segregation and racism and performed a play about Rosa Clark and her bus demonstration. 

The Light House Keepers Lunch

The primary 1 - 3 children have been studying The Lighthouse Keepers Lunch.   As such for Theme day Kerry our Catering Manager prepared the childrens very own picnic which they enjoyed on picnic rugs on the floor.  Pictures of their picnic can be found in our gallery.   

Virtual Games 2019

The children have worked really hard at their Virtual Games practice sessions.   We are now looking forward to the compeition. We have been really impressed with the commitment of those taking part in the early morning sessions before school. Pictures of some of their activities can be found in our gallery.  

Rag Bag Results

I am very pleased to advise that the Ragbag donations created 125kg worth of donated goods which raised funds of £50 for Drumlemble Primary and Pre5 unit. 

Unfortuantaly not all the bags were collected on the day and we expect this amount to hopefully be doubled when those bags are collected later this month. 

Many thanks to all those who took the time to donate. 

Pre 5 Camping Topic

The pre five children have been learning all about camping.  As part of their topic they have made a campfire, toasted marshmallows and had a fantastic visit to Machrihanish Camp Site, where there were shown round the site, visited the lodges and caravans and had a game of crazy golf. 


Pictures of their adventures can be found in our gallery. 

Scholastic Book Fair

The school sold a total of £393.85 worth of books during this book fair, as such the school were able to choose £98 worth of free books for the school.   

These books keep the school library well stocked and up to date with the latest titles.   

We very much appreciate the support parents and carers give to the schools fundraising activities. 




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