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Grounds Day Friday 22nd November

We will be having another ‘Grounds Day’ on Friday 22nd November and have some exciting activities planned for the pupils to participate in. Parents are very welcome to come and join us on the day, if you able to come along support  please get in touch,

Online pupil profiling

Pupil Profiling This term we will begin pupil profiling online using the ‘Seesaw’ programme to share your child’s learning at school in the areas of Maths, Literacy and Health and Wellbeing. This will replace the existing pupil profiling blue folders. Teachers will have timetabled weekly profiling sessions for pupils to add learning using photos, videos, notes, drawings and voice recordings to their online journals.
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Creative Box

This week P7 boys started their drawing club for P1-3 pupils. Each week they will provide a range of art activities for pupils to participate in and be on hand to teach new art skills.  #clunyleadership P1-3 Creative Club Date: Wednesdays Time: 12.45-1.20pm Where: Outdoor shelter  

P4/5/6 Journey Sticks

P4/5/6 made journey sticks to record their walk in the forest, then created maps with keys.

Christmas card competition winners

Well done to all the pupils that took part in the ‘Miss Eliza’ Mausoleum homework challenge, the artwork was outstanding. The friends of ‘Miss Eliza’ had many visitors from Cluny school pupils at the open doors event in September. Mr Fraser from Friends of Miss Eliza and Eleanor Glennie a local artist had the very hard task of deciding the six winning Christmas cards.   Well done to
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Sharing the Learning Friday

Thank you to everyone that came along to our ‘sharing the learning’ afternoon, we had a fantastic turn out and it was brilliant to see the school busy and buzzing. The pupils enjoyed spending time sharing their learning experiences, participating in the treasure hunt and enjoying a fly cuppa. Thank you to everyone that provided the wonderful baking and to the parents that helped
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