Category Archives: Classes 2018-19
P1b have had a busy final week of primary 1, we have had our achievement assembly, our whole school trip to the Meadows, a joint PE session with P1a and time to play and socialise with our friends. All of … Continue reading
This afternoon the whole school had a wonderful time at the Meadows. The children enjoyed playing in the sunshine with their friends.
This morning was the P1-3 achievement assembly where we celebrated all of the children’s learning and achievements from over the year. Each class did a short presentation to share their learning.
Primary 1 were all fantastic at the achievement assembly today. Well done everyone! Congratulations P1a for completing your first year at school! Thank you so much for all your hard work and tremendous effort this year. Have a lovely summer … Continue reading
Our P6 and P7 footballers gathered on the Meadows this morning for our annual House Football Competition. This competition was introduced in 2018 and we were delighted to run it again this year. Once again, all four houses played against … Continue reading
Last week, whilst our P7s were at High School, our P6s were invited to be part of a nation wide initiative at Deaconess Gardens. Thursday, 20th June, marked Clean Air Day (CAD) – a red letter day for air quality … Continue reading
A few weeks ago, Joseph Drugan and Rebecca Foster from Balfour Beatty emailed me with an opportunity not to be missed. Preston Street Primary had been exclusively chosen as the school to provide artwork for hoarding surrounding the renovation of … Continue reading
We enjoyed a fantastic Sports Day on Friday, as the whole school descended on the Meadows for this eagerly-awaited annual event. Pupils participated in a series of team relay races, competing for points for their team and their house, followed … Continue reading
The P6 year group took part in an end of year hillwalking trip today. For the P6 class, this was the final John Muir Award expedition of the year; it was also an opportunity for the P6/7 class to share … Continue reading