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Tech Club members Hayden, Laurie, Barry, Jjorja, Grace, David, Rebecca, Rachel Stewart and Cameron MacRaild organised a creating an app after school club closely supervised by Mrs Peek. There was a super turnout of keen parents and the pupils displayed terrific presentation skills and they were on hand to assist immediately when needed. Looking forward to next week the pupils have set the parents homework so watch this space. The club worked on Lego Wedo which was very popular today Monday 19th February.
Our vision is to offer every child and young person in Scotland the opportunity to realise their potential as individuals through dance. Dunoon Primary were lucky to have won a day of exciting dance sessions from Y Dance and the pupils loved the whole day and would love to do it again.
This group of mixed pupils from all classes will be monitoring the site and safety and reporting to the site management Morrisons at our school refurbishing the school just now.
Rachel Stewart and David MacGavin today Monday 29th January interviewing Mrs Reid- Headteache.
19th January Interview with Mrs Reid Headteacher by A J P5 and Olivia Grace P1/
Six P6 pupils were delighted to be invited to the Burgh Hall today Monday 18th December to do Digital Leader Training alongside Digital Learning team which was organised by Gary Clark. Steven and Matthew were on hand to help as was one of Dps Digital Skills champions from last year Ian Stewart who aided all the local schools with Minecraft, Lego Wedo 2, Kodu, Book Creator and Green Screen. A super day was had by all the pupils.
Dunoon Primary’s infants p1 to p3 were at St Johns Church today with their play ‘The First Christmas’ Thursday 14th December 2017 for 10.30 showing. There will also be another performance at 6.30 this evening. The pupils were superb as they told the story of Christmas, each child had a part in the play and the confidence and the way they remembered their lines was amazing! The p5-p7 pupils sang their hearts out to the 7 Christmas Carols and the smile on the faces of the packed audience was terrific. Well done everyone in particular Miss McEwan P2/3 teacher and assistants Belinda and Nicola for costumes and help.