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Report
Facts for December
Christmas Trees
People bringing Christmas trees in to their
homes has been a tradition for many years.
Many people think it came from Germany where
Prince Albert, Queen Victoria’s husband came
from. At the weekend a Christmas tree was lit
in Broad Street. It was a present from the
people of Norway. There is also a Christmas
tree in Trafalgar Square in London which is a
present to the UK from Norway to thank
Britain for its help during WWII
Monday
2.00
3.00
Tuesday
9.15
11.20
12.00
3.00
4.00
6.00
What’s on ??
P1 & 2 Christmas Songs
Chess Cub P5 – 7
P6 Guitar Group – GP Room 3
Piping P5 – GP Room 2
Piping P6 – GP Room 2
Active Start P4 – Infant Hall
Active Schools Football – Infant Hall
P5 – 7 League Football - Picky
What’s on ??
Wednesday
All Day
Drama P5 & 6
1.00
P7 Piping Group GP Room 2
1.30
Strictly, Infant Hall – P5 - 7
3.00
SUPA Club – GP Room 1
Thursday
9.30
P3 Dress Rehearsal
Friday
12.00
Games Parliament Mtg –GP Room 2
1.30
Christmas Concert Performance 2
Eco Club
Thank you to all classes for their votes on
our new Eco Topics.
Our topics for the next two years are Litter,
Energy and Transport.
Which targets we should try to achieve. The
sheets will be given out today to complete by
next week. Thank you.
Well done to……………
Jamie, Emma, Steven and
Maciej who took part in the
Tree Lighting Ceremony on
Saturday.
Leah who has adopted a
snow leopard through the
World Wild Life Fund and
she has called it Emily.
Well Done to ………….
Our Buddy of the Week
Kirsty
Well Done to………….
Our girls who took part in a netball competition
on Saturday.
Well Done to ………….
Jenny Meek who was nominated
Our Swimmers who took
for a Youth Award by her
part in the Christmas
Brownie Leader for being a great
Swimming Gala on
role model for other diabetic
Thursday evening.
children.
Well Done to ………….
Ella, Emma and Zara who took part in the Under
13’s Netball, Scottish Cup Game against
Shetland on Saturday and Orkney won 20 - 8

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