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Dunoon Primary’s P6 pupils have been out on the road recently practising and completing their Cycling Proficiency. The pupils were put through the programme in the playground to start and once competent were taken out on the road by trainers Mrs S Derrett & Mrs M Peek assisted by volunteer Bunty.
The weather was dry for most of the training and the pupils became more confident week after week. The training is now complete and the pupils are waiting for their badges and certificates to be handed out very soon! Well done and happy cycling P6!
The weather held for the day and the pupils thoroughly enjoyed themselves. Medals will be presented on Monday in the school.
There will be a quiz night at Dunoon Golf Club on 23 June 2017 at 7.30 for 8 p.m. Please come along and support our school and the wonderful PTA committee.
On Thursday 26th May 2017, a beautiful sunny day, all local Primary Schools took part in a tournament in memory of a wonderful lad Olly Jones.
The teams played 5 games in each category for the senior pupils and the juniors played 10. The pupils had a terrific time and it was a tournament to remember! The etiquette and teamwork was evident on the day and the day closed with a nail biting final with P7 Dunoon Dudes facing Kirn P7. The game began with Kirn scoring first with Aidan Clark running past Dunoon’s defence and placing it past the keeper Grant Thorup. Dunoon returned with an amazing goal scored by Keane McCulloch as the ball was played over the defenders by Peter Jeffrey and Keane was on hand to tap it into the goal. Kirn then scored again with a back heel that deflected off Scott Melville and went past Grant! Then Dunoon fired a goal into the net, Charlie Robertson thus creating an even score. Then with the last minute to play (20 seconds) Dunoon’s Charlie curled the ball round the wall and straight into the top right hand corner.
There was a pitch invasion leading to friendly handshakes on both sides. Dunoon were elated and presented with their trophy at the end. A marvellous tribute to Olly, who was a keen footballer himself and Mr Mitchell hopes to carry this on next year!
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On Tuesday the 28th of the March 2017 we went to Loch Fyne Oysters. We saw where they process the oysters. There were 45 tanks. Leanne said about how long it takes for a oyster to grow. It takes 5-6 years to grow full size. In Loch Fyne they have a 20 year old oyster! Written by Cameron Macraild
Dunoon Primary’s PTA held the annual Easter Egg Competition. The pupils created some eggstravaganza models. The winners are pictured below for each class p5-7.