Fairy­tales and fam­ily fun at Caol Pri­mary School

The Oban Times - - Districts -

PUPILS in Lochaber had an ex­cit­ing last week of term with ev­ery­thing from cas­tles to Cleopa­tra play­ing a part in their lessons.

Pri­mary 1 and Pri­mary 1/2 at Caol Pri­mary in Fort Wil­liam had a Fairy­tale Ball to fin­ish off their project. Pupils re­ceived let­ters from the friendly dragon ask­ing them to re­build Fairy­land and they had lots of fun do­ing it. The boys and girls made some fan­tas­tic Fairy­land houses with help from mums and dads. Pupils, par­ents, grand­par­ents, aun­ties, sis­ters and staff then had a mag­i­cal time at the ball.

Pri­mary 3 pupils have been en­grossed in their An­cient Egypt topic all term, and in the build up to the Easter hol­i­days the class was un­recog­nis­able, with Egyp­tian no­bles, Queen Cleopa­tra and Ne­fer­titi re­plac­ing the usual faces.

Through­out the term, head teacher Steven Hamil­ton awards stick­ers to de­serv­ing classes who can then re­quest a re­ward. One class opted for a py­jama party and gad­get day which they en­joyed last week. Head teacher Steven Hamil­ton de­scribed the past term as one of the busiest yet and said while pupils and teach­ers were look­ing for­ward to their break, the pos­i­tive buzz about the school re­mained. He added: ‘En­joy your Easter hol­i­days.’

Caol Pri­mary School young­sters en­joyed re­build­ing Fairy­land af­ter re­ceiv­ing let­ters from the friendly dragon.

This class were awarded a py­jama party but the head teacher said they might have taken the fun too far!

Pupils and staff worked hard to re­search and make these great an­cient Egyp­tian cos­tumes as part of their topic.

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