Fairytales and family fun at Caol Primary School
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.