P.6 and P.7 Cross Country
P.6 and P.7 Cross Country Teams who competed at the EPSSA Cross Country Meet at Cavalry Park on Monday 20th March – some great and determined efforts.
Volunteer Day – A Day To Make A Difference
A huge thank you to the amazing volunteers from Lloyds Banking Group. They put in an enormous amount of effort with the help of the very talented Kate. Our junior girls and boys toilets have been transformed into an under water spectacular. We are very grateful for your time and energy. Your volunteer day was greatly appreciated by the Royal High Parent Council and all the school staff and pupils.
Painting the Junior Boys Toilets
Volunteers in the Growing Area
PUPILS GROWING AREA ART WORK
Please see what p7 pupils did today in an hour and a half. They also spray painted seats, tyres and pans in growing area. Great enthusiasm, imagination and chat was fab. Thanks for letting me work with the pupils I love it.
P2’s Growing Area
P2 had a super morning clearing our plant bed (and finding potatoes!) with Mrs Warrender. We then created a new garden complete with pond, flower beds and vegetable garden. There is even a forest (made of a rosemary bush!) We also have some creatures hiding amongst our bed. Come and see what you can find!
Active citizens on Friday 10th June at 1.30pm.
Lots of Royal High Primary School parents and pupils attended a clean up organised by a parent at Parsons Green who has an allotment in Baronscourt park.
Well done to p7b, p5, p4/5 and p2 great work on your mosaics in the growing area
Pupil Thoughts About the Growing Area
Our whole class has just been for a really long visit to our epic, amazing, beautiful garden. We sat in the sun on the benches and talked about all the different things that are there. Here’s what we thought about all the areas:-
The music area was just outstanding. We really like how you have recycled things to make music. The tadpoles were really interesting and we could see lots of other beasties in the water too. The minibeast hotel was a favourite because they like having a big space to move about in and stay comfortable. We liked how the garden has been made so colourful and cheerful. We liked that each stage has a planter and we think that ours might be the best! We like the way that we can help wildlife to thrive. The views are amazing! We are really grateful for all the work and thought that has been put in to all the detail. Thank you for creating a wonderful space.
Love from Primary 3B
Primary 4/5 and 5 really enjoyed planting seeds in the new garden area. We can’t wait for our flowers to appear to encourage bees and butterflies.
Pictures from the last Parent Council growing area dig.
There were lots of helpers and the Rangers from Baronscourt. Bat and bird houses up, planters weeded, half the slabs laid for the class mosaics, music station finished.