May 2019 News

Summer Science - Alder

This term, Alder pupils have produced some excellent science homework – with a broad choice of projects, differing from Space Biscuits to beautiful sewn Planets and culminating with Lara’s pump... Read more

The Glittering Prizes

During this year’s highly successful  Festival, no less than fifteen awards of Gold and Silver were achieved by the enthusiastic participants.  In some instances, Airthrie achieved both the Gold and... Read more

Open Day, 17th May

by Harriet FeaOn Friday 17th of May I was one of the six tour guides for open day.  It was really fun and exciting and I felt very proud to be representing our school.   Before our tours started, Mrs... Read more

French Day Celebration

The whole School celebrated “All that is French” with La Fête Française!  What an amazing sight to see everyone dressed in Breton tops or in shades of red, white and blue, with some clever... Read more

Dear Greenpeace

The children in Ash were writing letters to Greenpeace as part of their Literacy, the work produced was outstanding. Here are just a few examples from the... Read more

Super Sewing

Beech have been learning how to thread a needle, tie a knot and stitch on felt. The end results were fantastic and the children created some excellent stuffed toy... Read more

Holst Museum

For first Summer term topic Beech class learnt about the Victorians. They visited the Gustav Holst Museum and discovered what life would have been like in a traditional family home. The children... Read more

The Nature Detective

The Nature Detective day, at Westonbirt School.On Tuesday 30th April, six pupils from Larch went in the school minibus to Westonbirt School.  We looked at with magnifying glasses, labelled then and... Read more

Water Safety - Canal and River Trust

Airthrie was thrilled to welcome Doug and Anna from the Canal and River Trust, who came to talk to the pupils about water safety on Wednesday.Their message was clear and effective  - STAY AWAY FROM... Read more

The Egg-drop Challenge

  As a part of Easter Holiday homework, Year 5 were tasked with a ‘Dynamics’ challenge – to protect an egg from damage when dropped from varying heights.  The challenge was to design a contraption... Read more

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