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Address - Kincardine-in-Menteith Primary School
Blair Drummond by Stirling

Telephone - 01786 841346
E-mail - kininmps@stirling.gov.uk
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Thursday, 4 June 2015

Just a quick reminder to tell you that it is 'Go yellow Day' tomorrow.  You will need to bring £1.00 and  wear some yellow. We are going to raise money for Strathcarron Hospice. If you can't wear yellow then don't worry, just bring your pound and you can just wear your own clothes.
                 Thank you

Monday, 1 June 2015

We are looking for any donations for the Summer Fayre we would really appreciate if you could donate some things for stalls like our bric a brac and cake and candy stall.  We are looking for
anything for the bric a brac apart from clothes and shoes. Any donations of cake and candy would be much appreciated.  Thank you for your help.
Summer Fayre
Kincardine in Menteith Primary School are having a Summer Fayre. To raise money for our chicken project with Kapalamula Primary School in Malawi. Feel free to come along here are the details:
Location: Kincardine in Menteith Primary School
Date: Friday 12th June 2015
Time: 1:30-3:00pm
Stalls: Plants, sweets, brick 'a' brac, tea and coffee, games and lots more!

On the 21st and 22nd May  Primary 5-7 got the chance to achieve their Bikeability Scotland level 1 badge and certificate. We all brought our bikes to school to use them for Bikeability and any who didn't have a bike or their bike was broken they borrowed one from our instructor Neil. The reason he had so many bikes was because he works for Recycle-a-Bike.
On Thursday we learnt how to do an M-check on our bikes. When we had learnt how to do an M-check we tried one on our own bikes.
After our M-checks we checked our helmets were tight enough by making sure our helmets didn't fall off if we didn't have the strap off. Then we made sure that we could fit two fingers between our chin and our strap. Also if your strap can go over your chin it is too loose.
Then we played some Games. Here is some of the games we played:
- Square of doom
- The high five game

We all enjoyed the sessions and are looking forward to having a chance to do level 2.

On Friday 5th June we will be having a “Go Yellow Day” for Starthcarron hospice. We are asking everyone to wear something yellow and donate £1. We will also have an Assembly lead by the Pupil Council on Friday afternoon.

Pupil council