Family Trees


P5-7 pupils were set a great task by Miss McCartney as part of their health and wellbeing topic. They had to speak to members of their family and talk about their family trees. Every single pupil created their own family tree and presented it to the others in class. They all had great stories to tell and had two very interesting sessions discussing these together. A great project boys and girls and thank you to all the family members who helped in any way.

Track and Field Event


On Friday 19th May P6/7 pupils went to the John Cummings Stadium in Carluke to take part in the Track and Field event. They  competed in a variety of events including 600m, 100m, javelin and long jump. They all did their best and Rory in P6 won his heat but unfortunately had to leave before the final was run.Well done team and all looking good in their new hoodies.



The Parent Council has gifted Crawford Primary hoodies to every pupil.The children were very excited to receive them and look forward to wearing them at special events……and whenever they want!Thank you very much Parent Council.

Last Term’s Gibblesville’s Big Weekend

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To celebrate the end of P5-7′s “Our Crop, Our Land” topic last term, the children planned a Gibblesville Big Weekend. It was a great fun afternoon and  a lovely way to end the topic. A big thank you to anyone who helped make it such a success. Well done to the pupils for making such an effort to dress up and for participating in all the fun activities.

Cool School Skills

IMG_1359IMG_1357The Big Class are leading our Friday afternoon skill sharing sessions. So far, Liam and Euan have led a story writing session, Ruby has led Walk and Talk and Christopher has led a session of chess.

ThIs week’s skill leaders were Ian (drawing), Finlay (lego) and Liam (rugby).IMG_1358

The Great Vending Machine Challenge

IMG_1340The Wee Class are undertaking a challenge to create healthy playtime snacks for a vending machine.

So far, they have looked at fat/salt contents, created their own snacks (with t.v. adverts), and built their own vending machines out of cardboard and loose materials. Next stop – cooking!