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Primary Christmas Parties

Students and staff have been very busy i n the Primary over December and they are ready for the Christmas holidays, but not before they ended the year in style with their

Christmas Dances

All 3 Academy Christmas Dances took place during the first 2 weeks in December. The Celebrations were kicked of with the senior dance on Friday 7th December, followed by S1 & S2 on Monday 10th December and S3 & S4 on Wednesday 12th December. We said a fond farewell at each dance to Mrs Miller who is retiring at Christmas. Mrs Miller has attended the dances and called many dances over her years at Wallace Hall.

ELC Celebration of Learning

On Friday 14th December the ELC had their annual Christmas Celebration of Learning. Parents and Carers were invited into Nursery to take part in Christmas themed activities with their child helped by our Primary 6 class. The day was thoroughly enjoyed by parents, pupils and staff.

Auschwitz

“Thou shalt not be a victim, thou shalt not be a perpetrator, but, above all, thou shall not be a bystander.” - Yehuda Bauer Liberated in 1945 and one of Europe’s most visited sites, Birkenau is a place everyone should witness at least once. Gemma and I are devoted students of history. When we were chosen to attend this experience we felt it necessary, to not only show our respect to the victims of the Holocaust, but to ask ourselves: Is it possible to ever understand what Auschwitz really is? The morning that we flew to Krakow was cold and dull. Somehow you can’t imagine going to a spot where millions were murdered on a sunny day. As much as we had researched what we were about to witness,

Christmas Market

We held our annual Christmas Market on Saturday 8th December 2018. The event, organised by our Parent Council incorporates students and staff from ELC- Academy. ELC pupils worked very hard making decorations to sell on the day and our ‘Whapples’ pupils have been busy harvesting apples from our community orchard to make apple chutney to sell on the 'Whapples' stall. There was a large variety of trade and craft stalls selling hand-made items such as jewellery, cards and bags as well as games and craft stations to keep the children busy. We will also had a very special visitor, taking time out of his busy schedule, to meet the children in Santa’s Grotto. A huge thank you to all the local busin

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