Weekly News


Our Primary 6 and Primary 7 pupils made their Confirmation on 28th May in St. Columbkille’s Church. As always, the children were an absolute credit to their families, to their school and to their Parish. The children were joined by, Mrs MacDonald, Miss Connor and our very own school choir, we would like to further thank the parents and pupils of the school choir for supporting our Confirmandi on their very special day. We would especially like to thank all the teachers and support staff within the school who supported the children and helped the evening run like clockwork. Well done boys and girls!

At today’s assembly all certificates for Reconciliation, First Holy Communion and Confirmation were handed out to our pupils, please check your child’s bag for their certificate.

Scotland Street

Room 11 had their visit to Scotland Street on Wednesday, the feedback from the team at Scotland Street was that our pupils performed exceptionally, were fully engaged and behaved perfectly. Well done Miss Kennedy and Room 11!

Rainbow Run

Today we held our annual Parent Council ‘Rainbow Run’ the children arrived in school wearing a virtual rainbow of colours. It was a delight to see our school playground lit up by our wonderfully colourful pupils on this dreary morning. The children had an absolute ball working out with Mr Gray! Well done everyone J

**Reminder**Free Microsoft Office


You may be aware that your child has free access to Microsoft Office 365 and Google Gsuite as part of the Glow platform here in school.  Teachers use these tools with pupils as part of learning and teaching. Pupils can use their Glow username and password to access them from any device. Glow users can also download, free of charge, the latest version of the Microsoft Office Suite – Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Access and OneNote – onto a total of 15 home machines and personal devices. To find out more follow the link below:


Pancakes and Waffles=Cheques for Charity!

Room 12 handed over their hard earned cheques today at assembly to DEBRA and Marie Curie, both representatives were overwhelmed by the hard work and dedication shown by the pupils and adults in Room 12. Well done boys and girls!

First Minister’s Reading Challenge

The First Minister’s Reading Challenge was launched by the First Minister in September 2016, and was targeted initially at pupils in P4-7. It was developed by the Scottish Government and is being delivered on their behalf by Scottish Book Trust. The Reading Challenge was driven by the Scottish Government’s commitment to drive improvement in the attainment gap. We would like to thank all the boys and girls in our school who filled in their reading passports and help us earn our second First Minister’s Certificate. You should be proud of your achievement!!


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