We offer a range of lunch time and after school clubs at PUSCPS. Families will receive relevant letters about up and coming clubs.
Read our School Blog to find out more about After School Clubs
Our basketball team recently won the White B Conference as part of the West Lothian Wolves Primary School league. Our basketball team was a new addition to the school this year. These children give up their lunch times, after school and Friday afternoons to train and attend league games. We are very proud of their perseverance, ... Continue reading "Basketball Pizza Party Celebration"
Our knitting club takes place in our community library every Wednesday from 3:15-4:15 pm. We have a great mix of parents and children who can knit or are wanting to learn. There are lots of other crafts that we can do with wool, so we make friendship bracelets and do a bit of weaving amongst ... Continue reading "Knit N Blether"
As part of National Digital Learning Week staff offered some lunchtime clubs. P1-3 had the option to attend an apps club. They had a tinker with the different apps we have available and a play with the green screen. P4-7 could attend a Glow workshop. They decided they would have a play with forms ... Continue reading "Digital Learning Week Lunch Time Clubs"
Sarah-Jane and Miss Burton attended the West Lothian Council Gardening Awards on Friday 25th October. Our school received two awards: Best Container Gardern Best Decorative Garden We received the beautiful plaque below and a gift voucher. These awards for a fantastic recognition for all the work Sarah-Jane and our Gardening Club have done in the ... Continue reading "West Lothian Gardening Awards Success!"
Our amazing Basketball Team took part in the West Lothian Wolves schools tournament on Friday. They won 4 games out of 5! A big congratulations to our fantastic team, we are very proud of you! Here is a video of our team at training today.
Active School Coordinators have been working closely with the school to put on after school clubs that the pupils would like to attend. There were five different clubs offered in term one which led to 33% of the school roll taking part in a sporting extra-curricular club. This is a fantastic jump from the 18% ... Continue reading "Active Schools"