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;
We are delighted to let everyone know that our May Fayre at the weekend made an amazing, record breaking £6,342.42 profit! Thank you once more to everyone who came along to support this event and to everyone on the PTA and our fabulous team of parent helpers, staff and friends of our school who came along to set up, run the stalls and tidy up after the event.
The PTA give all the money they make back to school to help provide the extras we can all enjoy, which our budget does not allow for. This year most of the money the PTA has raised is being spent on a new Junior Librarian system for our school library, new spot lights for the stage in the main hall and covered the cost of the buses to the Panto at Christmas. In addition the PTA have purchased leaving presents for our P7s as they move onto high school and are part funding the P7 Quali at the end of term. The PTA are providing ice polls for everyone after Sports Day tomorrow and continue to give school money which we can use to help support trips and other activities in school.
Thank you to everyone for coming along this afternoon to support our annual May Fayre in school. It was lovely to see everyone enjoying the weather and the wide variety of stalls and activities, refreshments, prizes and so on our PTA had organised for us all. So much work goes onto the planning and co-ordinating of everything associates with the May Fayre and it takes our very dedicated hard working PTA months of planning. A huge thank you to Mrs Sills in her final fayre as Chair of the PTA and to everyone in the PTA and all the parents and friends of our school who came along to help run the stalls today. We couldn’t do it without you!
It was ‘Happy Shoe Day’ in school today to mark the end of the Walk to School week that our Eco Group organised for us. It was good hear from some parents that the journey to school has been easier this week with less cars on the roads and parking around school as more people walked. They say it takes 30 days to make something a habit – wouldn’t walking to school be a good habit for our children to have!