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

Telephone - 01786 841346
E-mail - kininmps@stirling.gov.uk
School Roll 24

Thursday, 19 November 2015

School Chickens

The chickens arrived at school on the 19th of October.  The Duff family were taking care of the chickens for a couple of weeks so that they were used to having children and other chickens around them.

That day, Mrs Duff kindly came into our school with the chickens to help us get them settled in. We all helped with the chickens including:

Doing the bedding for the chickens

Filling up the water

Filling up the food

Putting oyster shells outside in a corner for calcium

Spreading mite powder under the bedding

And making sure the chickens are well and happy!

Our Chickens!

We have been very lucky to have got lots of help from everybody to get us started. We have enjoyed working with the staff and students from Camphill to build our fence. Gerry and Mrs Duff are very knowledgeable about chickens.


 New Hoodies

We have been very lucky that the Parent council have provided us all with new school hoodies. We are very happy to have them to wear for school events so that people around us can know that we are representing our school. The hoodies are bright red and look very smart. We have had the chance to wear them to recent sporting events.


Netball Festival

On the 22nd of October, Primary 5 – 7 went to a netball festival at McLaren Leisure Centre in Callander. It was 4 o’clock until 6 o’clock after school. Both teams won a game against another school.  Everyone looked very smart in their new netball skirts or shorts that were bought for us by the Parent Council. We enjoyed the competition and are looking forward to some more games in the spring.

Monday, 2 November 2015

Internet Safety

On the 11th of September, P6-7 went to Thornhill to see a drama workshop on internet safety. We were there for the afternoon. We played games, asked questions and thought whether the internet is safe. We learnt a lot about internet safety and everyone feels more confident on the internet.