News (Added 15Nov18)
What a busy time we have had over the past few weeks! The whole school were involved in constructing the Peace Garden in commemoration of WWI - the children and parent helpers involved truly made a fantastic job with the project which included raising money selling slime as an enterprise! Some photographs are on display in the WWI exhibition in Biggar Museum which Primary 4-7 were able to visit as well as on our gallery page. World Porridge Day was a very fun day filled with porridge and games! Primary 4-7 have also had rugby sessions from Biggar Rugby Club and attended a Benchball and Netball Tournament at the High School which was enjoyed by all! We had our Harvest Festival in the Church at Libberton and have been sharing our Learning Diaries with parents which we hope you have enjoyed seeing. Halloween was enormous fun with a fantastic turnout of Pumpkins and superb costumes and most of the children took part in the Clydesdale Dance Festival (massive thanks to Darcy's mum Kirsty for all of her help with this). This culminated in a star spangled show at the Lanark Memorial Hall which was AWESOME. Primary 1-3 also had the chance to attend a Skipping Festival and the Primary 6/7's were fantastic leaders for this event too. Check out our Gallery Page for lots of new photographs of our activities.