P1 and P1/2 classes and staff are delighted with our new 4 classroom extension which is offering us a more flexible use of space to embed a more play based approach to learning and teaching in our infant department. It was lovely to see so many people popping in after school on Friday to have a look round.
On Friday 22nd June 2018 Primary 1b/c put on their glad rags and went to Currie Kirk for our Primary 1 wedding. We have been learning about Christian celebrations and some of the traditions associated with weddings. We all had a fabulous time at the Kirk and an equally fabulous time at our reception!
The Tennis club challenged staff to a game of rounders last week. They were also joined by the gardening club. Everyone brought their A game and had great fun. Sadly for the tennis club the staff won. They’ll need to come back to tennis club next year to claim the winners title. It has been a great club to run this term. Everyone is looking forward to visiting Thistle Tennis Club on Wednesday to play on the outdoor courts and try out Mrs Houston’s favourite sport – Paddle Tennis.
P7 (and staff too) all looked amazing at their P7 Quali last week and danced the night away to the music of Iain McPhail’s Ceilidh Band. We hope all of our parents and families who came along to join the fun enjoyed it too. Thank you to Mr Frew for the fabulous photographs.
A huge well done to everyone in our After School Gymnastics Club for the fantastic performance they put on for their parents and family members this afternoon. The skills and confidence of all the gymnasts were incredible and we were all very impressed! Congratulations to everyone on achieving their British Gymnastics Proficiency Awards. Special thank you to Mrs Sills for all her hard work and enthusiasm in preparing our gymnasts for these shows.
Sorry that it has taken so long to get these photos from Sports Day up on our website. Congratulations to the Golden Eagles who won our Sports Day shield for the second year running! It was a great day and we hope everyone who came along to watch enjoyed it too! Thank you to Currie Community High School for letting us use their grounds, to Miss Perry and Mrs Elliott for organising everything, to our P7s for helping to run all the events and to the PTA for the ice poles we enjoyed after our picnic lunch!
Currie Friday Night Youth Club is held once a month in Currie Community Centre for children in Primary 5 and above. Our members are currently renewing their memberships for next term and we are also giving new members an opportunity to join for next term.
Our P5/P6 night is 7pm until 9pm. There is a separate night for P7 and above, 7.30-9.30.
There are lots of great activities on offer including netball, wii, pool, crafts, football, X Box, tuck shop and lots more.
We are holding an open evening on Friday 22nd June, 6.15-7.15 so children (and their parents/guardians) who would like to become members of the club can come and look round, ask questions and fill in an application form/pay membership fee. We are especially inviting children who will be moving into Primary 5 after the summer holidays, although anyone who would like to become a member can come along.
Membership is £5 a year, with entry fee of £1 each night. The club runs during term time and dates are advised by email after membership. Please note, the club is extremely popular, therefore, membership numbers may need to be restricted and names may need to go onto a waiting list.
If you would like to become a member but cannot attend the open evening, please email;