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Mental Health Week

Pupils and staff at Wallace Hall got involved in a variety of activities to highlight the importance of positive mental health. Taking this year’s theme of ‘Kindness Matters’, pupils in our Hub made delicious shortbread which they delivered to members of the community who have been keeping Thornhill going during the Covid-19 crisis. They also compiled video messages promoting how important staying active is for positive mental health. On the Thursday, Wallace Hall staff also got together to promote positive mental health by taking part in a virtual cup of tea via ICT and wearing green for the day. All of the activities highlighted how important it is to look after yourself and each other

WHPS STEM Ambassadors lead the way

To celebrate Science Week in March (before schools had to go into lockdown in response to the Government’s Covid-19 guidelines) a group of Wallace Hall Primary pupils from P4-7 became scientists for the day to show fellow pupils that learning science is great fun. This group, known as the ‘STEM Ambassadors’, are responsible for developing Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths throughout the school. The Ambassadors chose an experiment to present to each class in the primary school. The children teamed up with Mrs Hunter’s first year chemistry class from the Academy who came down to the primary to give the STEM Ambassadors a helping hand. Lots of science fun was had by all! Mr Graham, Hea

Wallace Hall pupils take an active part in thanking the NHS

Children of key workers attending Wallace Hall during the Coronavirus lockdown have been making good use of their time in school by creating a rainbow tribute to our fantastic NHS workers. The rainbow has been made from bricks that were dug out of our school allotment. The children then carefully painted the bricks in lovely bright colours and then placed these in a rainbow shape, adding the final touch of the NHS logo into the middle to show their appreciation for all of the NHS staff who have been doing a brilliant job in keeping us all safe. As well as the garden rainbow, the children have been busy painting rainbows on stones they have collected while out walking and creating and painti

Wallace Hall pupils join the NHS Volunteering Scheme

As part of the NHS Volunteering scheme, four of our young people from Wallace Hall Academy have signed up to volunteer at Dumfries and Galloway Royal Infirmary (DGRI). Sarah Clark-Wyse, Zoe Kean, Aidan Kennedy and Milly Macklin have all been accepted to be part of the Covid-19 response volunteer team and have started, or are just about to start, as volunteers. We spoke to the students and this was their response: Sarah said: “I am now a volunteer at DGRI and I am called a Covid-19 response volunteer. I started a few weeks ago and I go along every Monday from 12-4pm. I carry out different jobs including collecting patient’s clothes and bags which their family have dropped off for them and del

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