On Thursday 16th P1-3’s went to Biggar Sports Centre for the Skipping Festival.Since August the Crawford P7 Skipping Leaders have been teaching them skipping games each week in the playground. At the Skipping Festival they were able to put what they had learned into action. It was lots of fun.
To complete their topic “Go with the Flow” the big class went on a speedboat trip on the River Clyde. They learned lots about the river in Glasgow and how it compares to the river at Crawford. It was a very exciting day. As a treat the pupils also got to go on board the tall ship “Glenlee” and got to see round The Riverside Museum. A great day was had by all.
The pupils and staff of Crawford Primary celebrated the 150th birthday of their wee school by having a Victorian School Day.They had Victorian lessons, Victorian playground games, a Victorian lunch and an old fashioned sweetie shop.It was a great day.A big thank you to everyone who helped make it happen.It is something the children will never forget.