Category Archives: Primary Six

P6 Show T-shirt design


The winning design

As part of the P6/7 Show, the Primary 6 children have designed and chosen a logo which has been printed onto a t-shirt. Congratulations to Jack and Zak in P6 whose designs were chosen this year.

The purpose of these t-shirts is for P6 to wear them on the night of the show. We have printed and ordered 74 t-shirts, as we are hopeful that all P6 pupils will participate in the show. The price of these t-shirts is £4 and sizes have already been taken in school for these.

We would greatly appreciate it if you pay for your child’s t-shirt before Friday 29th March as the show takes place on Tuesday 2nd April. You can do this via ParentPay or if you are having difficulties with this, please place the money in an envelope with your child’s name on it and deliver it to the school’s office.

Many thanks,
The P6 Team


Thank you,
P6 Team

Show Update


This week P6 have been busy advertising and creating props for the big day. Leo in P6 said, “All of P6s have been enjoying making merchandise.” Ticket production is going smoothly as is props. P6 are very happy with their progress. 11 days to go!

Written and edited by George B, Fin , Victor and Euan (P6 pupils)

Bananas about Fruit!

Image result for fruit bowl


Dear P6 Parents and Carers

My name is Leo and I am in P6.  I have done a bit of research into how hunger affects concentration and surveyed some pupils in my year group.  I discovered that a majority of P6s can often feel hungry between snack time and lunchtime and that this may be having an effect on their learning.  We are going to carry out an experiment in P6 for the next three weeks.   Over that time P6 will have a fruit bowl in each learning space.  If pupils feel hungry they can take a piece of fruit from the bowl, at anytime, and eat it.  To help with this we would be very grateful if you could donate a small bag of fruit to the class.  Please do not feel you have to do this but unfortunately we do not have a budget in school to provide this.   We will continue to have our normal snack time as well as this is a good chance for us to watch and discuss what is happening in the news.

After three weeks we will evaluate how successful the experiment has been an decide if we will continue with it and possibly extend it to other stages.

Thank you for your support