Category Archives: Primary 6

Green Flag Celebration Ceremony

On Tuesday 4th December, Echline celebrating being awarded the Green Flag Status by Eco-Schools (part of the Keep Scotland Beautiful Charity).

The Eco Committee from 2017/18 worked extremely hard to achieve this prestigious award and created a video to illustrate the hard work they had put into making Echline as Eco friendly as possible. The video was shown at the Green Flag Ceremony, which the whole school attended.

The new Eco flag was paraded around the school – cheered on by every class, then raised after all the pupils said the school’s Eco Code. Everyone was so excited to see the flag flying high and proud of the achievement it stands for. Well done everyone!

This year’s Eco Committee are excited to continue the good work that has been started and bring new eco-friendly ideas and initiatives to the table.

Ewan’s Achievement

On 24th November, Ewan took part in the Open British Championships Tae Kwon Do he came back with a bronze medal which was an amazing achievement! There were competeters from: ENGLAND,SCOTLAND,IRLAND,WALES,THE NETHERLANDS,FINLAND,INDIA and SOUTH AFRICA.

By Ewan Hollands!

African Drumming and Dance Performance

On Tuesday 13th November, P6 performed their African drumming and dance to friends and families in the gym hall.

Everyone was amazed by the wonderful drumming and dance P6 had learned, and our audience also thoroughly enjoyed watching Thomas and Adie perform their traditional music and dance.

It was a fabulous afternoon of entertainment that will be remembered for a long time! Well done everyone!

Echline raises over £600 for Children in Need!

The House Captains organised a dress down day and book sale in aid of Children in Need. Thank you to all families who donated books for the book sale and for your generous donations which means we have raised over £600 for such a worthy charity!

Well done to the House Captains for organising this for the school and nursery, and for reading the Pudsey story to some of the younger classes this week. Your hard work is much appreciated!

Thanks very much also to Mrs Shaw and Mrs Hinchliffe for coming in for the morning to help out!

Pumpkin Soup!

On Tuesday we followed a recipe to make pumpkin soup, which we made sure suited everyone’s dietry needs.

The pumkin had grown to an enormous size in Ross’ Garden so we were able to make enough soup for the class and teachers! Everyone loved it and some people even said it was the best soup they had ever tasted!