March 10, 2020

On Monday 9th March Primary one invited parents/carers into school to preform a dance they had choreographed to special music depicting the story of 'Where The Wild Things Are'.

They then teamed up with their parents/carers to build a tree house for Max from the story....

Every year, Wallace Hall organises a World of Work Day where we learn about employment opportunities.  Pupils love the day as they get the chance to dress up to look like a worker in the job we want to be when we grow up.  As you look round the classroom the bright, vi...

March 10, 2020

The Wallace Hall cross-country championships took place recently on the school playing fields. Although it was dry overhead, conditions were very wet underfoot and this tested the competitors’ stamina and resilience. Competition was fierce for the prizes with everyone...

March 10, 2020

Higher Photography pupils have been working hard this year on their SQA portfolios.  This required them to complete numerous photoshoots, analyse and evaluate their photos and present their final images neatly and creatively for the SQA. The course focuses on developin...

March 9, 2020

 Primary 7 had a classroom visit from Tom Meredith of The Halo Trust.

They learned all about the work of the Halo Trust and got to see what mines look like and see some of the equipment they use to detect them. There was lots of really good valid questions from the clas...

March 9, 2020

Thursday 6th March the boys from the cluster schools got together for the first time to have a mini tournament.

 It was a great night with everybody performing well, Closeburn B eventually came out on top. Well done to all schools!

March 6, 2020

Primary 5 had their annual residential to Lockerbie Manor from 4th - 6th March.

The pupils had a fantastic time, and for some their first time away from home!  Many many personal goals and achievements for pupils, stepping out of their comfort zones and realising their...

March 6, 2020

Thursday 5th March was World Book Day.  This year the Primary Pupil Council wanted to make it all about the books and reading.

They held a book swap where all pupils from primary 1 to primary 7 went home with a book and all remaining books were sold.  This was a lovely...