Welcome to East Craigs Primary School. We hope you like our new website. Please feel free to have a look around. Our class pages can be found under “Sharing Our Learning”.
We have had a great response to our ‘Healthy Selfie’ photo competition – well done, everyone! We hope that you enjoy watching the photo collage showing all the different entries. The winners will be announced at our special Health Week assembly tomorrow!
Thank you to all of the families who have submitted recipes for our ‘East Craigs does Masterchef’ competition – there are so many great ideas and everybody has put in a huge amount of effort. The winners of this competition will be announced at assembly next Friday, 22nd June.
We were excited to welcome back Veronica this year who delivered fantastic yoga sessions to primary 1 and primary 7. Primary 1 especially enjoyed her storyline approach and everyone felt relaxed and energized!
A new addition to East Craigs health week: Simon Says Dance. And what a hit it was! We all learnt some new moves with lots of “attitude”. A fabulous time had by all- Thank you Simon!
‘Drum Fun’ is always a Health Week favourite at East Craigs! We had a very noisy and happy hall on Tuesday when the whole school took part in drumming sessions at different stages in the day – a great way to promote team work and positive attitudes. Thank You to Steve for his energy and enthusiasm!
P2-7 took part in Body Combat sessions this week! Siobhan Marshall, a dance and fitness instructor, visited East Craigs on Monday and Wednesday. What a fun way to keep fit! Watch the montage below to see us taking part:
Pupils in the upper years, had fun learning all about American Football. Children also had the opportunity to try on some of the special kit – required to play the game safely.
Many thanks to the American football coaches for their time and fantastic workshops!
The Glasgow Science Centre led “Fit Lab” sessions for primary 4 and 5. Great fun was had by all! Pupils explored their endurance, power, agility, speed and coordination through a range of zoned exhibits. They were invited to become scientists and subjects in a personalised investigation designed to test their limits. The staff got involved too!