Please find the link below to a letter Mrs Matheson released yesterday about social media and the way is is being used by some pupils.
A huge THANK YOU to Mrs Williamson and Mrs Main who spent time this morning streamlining our Lost Property.
As you can see below they have allocated a box per class for named items so that they can be returned to their owner or their owner can check their class box.
This however will only work if ALL items are named.
We still have a box of unnamed items and lunchboxes/water bottles.
Unclaimed items will be removed as per the Holm Primary and Parent Council Procedural Guide for Lost Property, a copy of which is displayed next to our Lost Property area.
The Primary 1’s and Primary 2’s had a fantastic day experiencing what it is like to attend a Burns Supper. The children enjoyed designing their own tartan. They then took on the challenge of tasting haggis, oatcakes and cheese, followed by some energetic Scottish dancing.
The children commented on the day:
“I liked the dancing games.”
“I enjoyed the tartan.”
“It was the first time I have tried haggis and I liked it.”
“I enjoyed designing the tartan.”
“It was a fun day.”
Here are some photos of the celebrations.
Mrs Mackenzie, Miss McHardy amd Mrs McAra
What: An event to share practical games to support maths at home.
When: Wednesday 16th January. 6-730pm
Where: Holm Primary School Hall
For who: Everyone
If you can make it: Please return the slip to let us know how many people are coming. If you do not have a slip, simply put a note into school stating how many people are attending.
If you cannot make it: Information will be shared on the blog after the event. If there are any further questions, please get in touch with Mr Ross.
Hope to see you there!
The P2 children had their Christmas party this afternoon. They all looked so amazing in their party outfits. The party started with some games followed by some ceilidh dances. The P2’s having been working on a number of dances this term including the Holm School Jig, Canadian Barn Dance and the Virginia Reel. I am sure they can show you some moves at home!
They all enjoyed some party food to give them more energy for extra dancing. It was a lovely party and all the children had a fantastic time.
Thank you to all the staff who helped make the party run smoothly.
Here are some photos of the party.
All the children enjoyed the Holm Primary P1 and P2 Christmas Cafe today. It was amazing to see so many parents joining us for some christmas fun! The children did an amazing job of singing the christmas songs, selling their handmade christmas crafts and making crafts with their families.
The children were delighted to see so many visitors and had many lovely things to say about their morning:
“I liked my mum coming.”
“I loved singing the songs and mummy watching.”
“I enjoyed making the snowmen at the cafe”
“I had a great time at the Christmas Cafe. I enjoyed having my parents in.”
“I liked selling our Christmas crafts and working out the change.”
“I liked working in a team and helping each other.”
“I sang a solo. I wasn’t nervous.”
“I liked counting up how much money we made. We made £295.28”
Thank you for your support with this event,
From all of us in P1, P1/2 and P2.
This term Primary 2 have been learning about kindness. The class have been taking part in a number of activities in which they have shown fantastic caring and kindness skills to each other and within the school community. Our class kindness tree has been full of lots of kindness deeds shown within the school.
The children having enjoyed listening to lots of stories to express their thoughts on kindness and what it means to them.
We are now looking to continue this kindness behaviour into Term 2 by demonstrating acts of kindness in their daily lives.
Literacy Family Learning event:
Wednesday 3rd October. 6-730pm. Holm Primary School hall.
Mr Ross is hosting an event to share the new approach to spelling within the school.
The event will share:
- Information about the new approach
- the rationale behind it
- examples of the activities your children are involved in each day
- ways to support this at home
All families are welcome to attend, but the event is mainly aimed at families with children ranging from P3 to P7.
There will be another event soon aimed at the children in P1 and P2.
Children are welcome at the meeting.
Hope to see you all there.