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P7 Leavers’ Assembly

Leavers 2017

Our final assembly was held on Wednesday to celebrate our P7 class who are moving on after the summer. We would like to wish Alex Addison, Campbell Bayliss, Max Chalmers, Luke Grugeon, William Leys, Alfie Mair, Stuart Strachan, Sean Stuart, Connor Ward, Sienna Cumming, Ashleigh Lynch, Stacy Murison, Brodie Nicolson, Keira Smith and Kaitlyn Stephen all the very best and congratulate them on their efforts as Class of 2017!

P5 and P6 Highland Show

Grant Mackie of Greenspan Energy sponsored our recent visit to The Royal Highland Show. Pupils had a fantastic day, leaving at 7am and not returning until 10:30pm!

We had a super time exploring the huge farm machinery and learning all about Salmon Farming and Potato farming in the RHET Discovery Centre. Pupils took part in a cookery demonstration with chef Rylee cooking some delicious puddings!  Then we had some free time to explore the various stalls and have some fun on the inflatable assault course.

Some groups also managed to visit all the livestock. Thank you to all our parent helpers who gave up a very long day to support the pupils!  Thank you too, Greenspan Energy who enabled us to have such a fabulous experience.

Children’s University

Rylee Gray and Mayah Herlihy achieved success in graduating from The Children’s University on Saturday 24th June at Elphinstone Hall.  Rylee Gray was awarded a Gold Undergraduate Award for 100 hours of learning activities.  Mayah Herlihy was awarded a Silver Undergraduate Award for 65 hours of learning activities. 


We are very proud of our first 2 pupils from St Fergus Primary who have graduated.  Next session we hope many more pupils will take the fantastic opportunity to get involved in this prestigious event.


School BBQ

Thank you to Mrs Paterson, Mrs McRobbie and Mrs Stott who served a lovely school BBQ on Wednesday.

It was fun! Angus

It was tasty.  Savannah

It was the best day ever!  Nathan S

I liked the hot dogs.  Ollie

Bouncy Castle Fun!

P6/7 pupils used their profit from a recent maths exercise where children had to create an enterprise to make a profit. Their ideas ranged from iced smoothies and fruit kebabs, these were made and sold to pupils then profit and loss were calculated.  They decided to order a bouncy castle and a disco dome to share with the school.  A fantastic day was had by all!

Visit from Kim Little

Our senior class were delighted to welcome a celebrity into school last Monday.   Kim Little, who is the leading goal scorer for Scotland’s Women’s National Football Team gave them a talk about her life and career in football.   Kim, who was brought up in Mintlaw, was voted BBC Women’s Footballer of the Year in 2016.   The class had prepared questions for Kim and were especially keen to hear about the years she spent playing in the USA for Seattle.   Kim presented pupils with a pair of signed football boots and these will be raffled at the start of the new session.

Athletics Afternoon

(P1-7) took part in the final heats for shot putt, long jump and 150m running at our recent Athletics Afternoon. It was a beautiful, sunny afternoon and the whole school, parents and families were spectating.

Medals were presented to the winners of each event.

Shot Putt  

Rhys (P1), Jay (P2), Christopher (P3), Lucy (P4), Lennon (P5), Connor (P6), Max (P7).

Long Jump

Conrad (P1), Jay (P2), Christopher (P3), Bethany (P4), Adam (P5), Dylan (P6), Sean (P7).


Alfie (P1), Jay (P2), Christopher/Finlay (P3), Jaydan/Heidi (P4), Adam (P5), Dylan (P6), Luke (P7)

P6/7 Night Out

Thank you once again to SFSA for providing our P7 pupils with a trip to the cinema followed by tea at Frankie and Benny’s, to mark the end of their time at primary school.

They had a fabulous time and this included a shopping spree at Union Square!


P1 Special Visitor!

Following on from their visit to Fraserburgh Lighthouse, P1 had some special surprise visitors last week.   Mrs Grinling and Hamish arrived at St Fergus School.   As you can imagine, there was great excitement in P1.

Mrs Grinling read us a story.   She brought a seagull.   Betzie

It was fun.   Dylan

Mrs Grinling was funny.   Kian

P4/5 Cocoa Ooze

Pupils in P4/5 had a very interesting, ‘hands on’ visit to Cocoa Ooze in Aberdeen recently.

I enjoyed making my name in chocolate, it was super fun.   Libby

I enjoyed making the lollipop.   Lucy

I liked piping my name because it was difficult but fun at the same time.   Rosie

I really enjoyed making dinosaur lollies.   They were hard to make but I had lots of fun doing it.   Toby

I liked making my name out of chocolate.   It was hard piping the chocolate out of the bag.   Andrew

I enjoyed making my own chocolate with my name on it.   We used a piping bag.   Kane

I enjoyed making my marshmallow statue.   I did Godzilla.   Frankie

I liked making the chocolate bar with my name on it and I liked going to Duthie Park for a treat.   Marisa

I liked making the marshmallow creation because we got to make whatever we wanted.   Heidi