The pupils from P4-7 who won the Christmas Fair Bake Off competition recently enjoyed a trip to PJ’s Kitchen. They were treated to a hot chocolate and a delicious slice of fudge cake. Thank you to Mr Joseph for this prize and a big well done to all the winners.
Members of the CORE Committee have been busy visiting the Infant classes throughout the school. Along with the RRS Mascot Woofles, they visited the Primary 1, 2 and 3 classes to read ‘I have the right to be a child’ to the boys and girls. The children enjoyed hearing about their rights through this interesting […]
Mrs Jackson introduced the pupils to this month’s RRS Article of the Month. Article 31: Every child has the right to relax, play and take part in a wide range of cultural and artistic activities. Mrs Jackson talked to us about the different ways that we can relax and play as well as ways to […]
Primary 5 recently spent time working with Mrs Barrie and Miss Eriksen planting crocus bulbs to promote the Rotary Club initiative, Purple for Polio. The team of crack gardners planted bulbs in pots around the school in the hope that they flourish into beautiful purple flowers. The purple flowers symbolise the purple dye used to mark the […]
The Eco Commitee would like to update you on their progress and plans for the coming year. We have just completed our environmental review and from this we have decided on our three eco themes for the next two years. Our themes will be: Litter Waste minimisation Food and the environment We are now in […]
P2 have been enjoying their introduction to rugby this past week and wanted to show you how much fun they’ve had with an oval ball. We spent our first session working on evasion skills, while we took our second session outdoors to work on our passing sills. We quickly progressed through simple follow and pass […]