This is our red day for the Haiti appeal.We raised over £32 in school and there was money raised by the community at our  island Burns supper.

This is our Burns supper in North Ronaldsay.This year we were invited to North Ronaldsay to celebrate Burns day. In this picture were playing music. We played Burn songs & sang them. We also stayed the night in North Ronaldsay and went to the North Ronaldsay lighthouse, the wool mill & and to see a fisherman with his boat the Diana.





Our active schools co-ordinator comes about twice a term. Here we are playing golf with a special golf kit for kids. We all enjoyed playing golf with this kit. There was a range of targets. The parent council chose to buy this kit and it has now arrived!

In December, we performed a play called Little Ruben Henry. The play was based on how Fairtrade cocoa beans are made into chocolate. This is us singing a song about sorting out the beans. The performance went very well. Also, the two North Ronaldsay childen came to see us do it too. We raised money for mosquito nets too.




Peedie Puffin Tea Towels

As part of a linking project with the Falklands, organised through the Royal Zoologial Society of Scotland, we are studying puffins. 

These gorgeous puffins were drawn by all the pupils, parents and various people on the isle and now adorn teatowels.The youngest artist is only 2, the oldest 86!

Available from the school at the cost of £4.75 plus postage. All profits go to school funds.