We are all really looking forward to the concert on Tuesday 24th May 2016. We created a short video to give you a sneak preview of one of the songs!
Matthew and Andy are organising a clean up of the woods behind the playground and are hoping you would like to help!
The clean up sessions will be on three Wednesdays: 25th May, 1st June and 8th June.
We will meet at the benches beside the P2 doors after school.
Please help us to make our environment better!
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Scarlett in P3M started Brownies. Cool!
Jack in P5/6W is proud of running a mile in Go Run For Fun. Wow!
Dexter in P6B got 3m 83cm in a long jump! Amazing!
Alistair in P6B also did a long jump and got 3m 21cm! Fab!
Lilli in P6B moved up a belt in Tae Kwon Do. Awesome!
Dani in P6F did a football match and won 18-1. Wow!
Max in P6F is in the Newspaper as he is in Oliver at the Playhouse! Cool! He also met Susan Boyle!
Libby, Emily and Skye in P6 did a bake sale for PDSA and rasied £125! Amazing!
Liam in P7M won a rugby tournament. Fab!
Georgia in P4C got her roundoff off a beam. Wow!
Carys in P4G moved up to academy in street dance. Cool!
Alisa in P4G became a seconder in Brownies. Amazing!
Micheal in P4/5 made a robot out of connects. Wow!
The whole of p4/5 are happy to have done Go Run For Fun. Cool!
Here are a few photographs from Mrs Palmer’s special presentations from the children. Everyone had fun preparing something special for her last day. We had performance poems, role plays, an alliterative a-z, raps and much more! Mrs Palmer enjoyed it all and she even earned ‘Palmer Points’ from the primary 7 children.
The whole school had lots of fun making Easter decorations for Marie Curie last week. The Hospice held a very successful afternoon tea party. The decorations were a great success and were commented on by many people.
Here are a few photos from the event:
A reminder that our anti-bullying wristbands will be on sale from Monday 7 March 2016 at 50p each. They are purple and bear the slogan: Buckstone says no to bullying. They are a great way to show support for our anti-bullying approach.
We have introduced a new Kindness Award at Buckstone Primary. The idea is that children and adults nominate children who they think deserve the award because they have been especially kind in a specific situation/s. The nominations are made in the school office and the successful nominee is presented with the award at assembly. The award recipient takes home a certificate and has their name engraved on the kindness trophy. Ruby F is the first child to receive the award in recognition of kindness. Congratulations to Ruby it is so important to be kind to others.