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Today we our classes shared their STEM learning this term at our assembly. STEM Sharing Our Learning Assembly from PUSCPS Miss Connor, the West Lothian Development Officer for STEM shared with us the importance of STEM skills for our future jobs and carers. Each class then shared with us their STEM Learning. Primary ... Continue reading "STEM Assembly: Sharing our STEM Learning"
At our last JRSO (Junior Road Safety Officers) meeting, we all agreed that the main problem that the school has is the parking situation at the end of the day. Our JRSOs would like to let you know that it is unsafe for children and adults to park on the grass verges, on the bends ... Continue reading "JRSO Update: Parking"
At our recent Pumphie Pals meeting our House and Vice captains decided we should investigate how we can improve our dinner hall and finer diner. We thought about what it should look like, feel like and sound like in our dinner hall. Watch this space!
Breich received the most house points for term 2 and decided on a Pyjama Party as their house treat. Everyone dressed up in their pjs or onesies and the Primary 7s had organised lots of game like corners and sleeping lions. Thank you to our house and vice captain of Breich for organising such a ... Continue reading "Breich House Party"
If your child is in Breich they will have a house party on Monday 20th January for winning the most house in term 2. The should bring pjs/ onesie to change into for the party. Please wear their uniform to school.
On Friday we had an assembly to celebrate Book Week Scotland. Book Week Scotland from PUSCPS We presented the Sum Dog Reading Competition winners with a certificate. The Literacy Leaders also presented the winning authors with their certificate and book tokens. We also dressed up as characters from our favourite books. Congratulations to our Living ... Continue reading "Book Week Scotland Assembly"
As part of Book Week Scotland our Literacy Leaders launched a free writing competition - Be a Book Week Author. On Friday at assembly we announced our winners and presented them with a certificate and book gift voucher. A big well done to our winners and thank you to the Literacy Leaders, Ms McLaughlin and ... Continue reading "Be a Book Week Author"