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WELCOME TO LANARK PRIMARY SCHOOL ONLINE

St. Andrew’s Wear Yellow Day

As a school we took part in the annual ‘wear yellow’ day to raise funds for one of our partners, St. Andrew’s Hospice. We raised an amazing £335.08. Thank you to everyone who donated and to the Kindness Council for running the event.

Clydesdale Track and Field Championships

A number of our P6 & P7 children excelled  at the recent Clydesdale Track and Field Championships, held in Carluke. They were a credit to themselves and the school, both in terms of their effort and behaviour. We are delighted to say that the following have qualified for the South Lanarkshire Finals- a fantastic achievement! This will take place on 2oth June and we wish them all the best in the event! Thank you also to our helpers throughout the athletics season, Janice Gillan, Jan Towers and Joan Talbot.

  • Both Boys & Girls P6 Relay Teams
  • P6 Girls Javelin  -   Addi Jopp
  • P6 Girls Long Jump  -  Katie Kilgallon
  • P6 Girls 100m - Katie Towers, Molly Dearden & Cora Beattie
  • P6 Girls 600m - Eve Hamilton & Orla Fitzpatrick
  • P6 Boys 600m - Gregor Tennant & Taylor Kennedy
  • P7 Girls Javelin & 100m  -  Aleesha Brown
  • P7 Boys 600m -  Jack Gregg
  • P7 Boys 100m  -  Mark Young

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Sports Week

As part of our Health and Wellbeing programme we held our annual Sports Week beginning Monday 27th May.  This was a remarkable success which culminated in our Sports Personality of the Year event. We were joined this year by Jake Hastie, a former Motherwell player who has recently signed for Glasgow Rangers. This caused much excitement amongst the audience and participants! Congratulations to all our winners, runners-up and those who took part in any of the activities over the week. Many congratulations to Abi Weir and Ruby Dickson, who were presented with the Maryam Najafian Sports Award. A special mention to Miss McMaster for organising this highly successful week with the aid of our current P7s- thank you. The children loved all the fantastic experiences on offer. Congratulations also to Miss Oswald, our coach of the year!

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Lanimers

We had another fantatsic Lanimers celebration on Thursday 6th June. Over one hundred of our pupils joined our procession entry ‘Primary Weather Report’. We are delighted to announce that we won First Prize in our category and the Vancouver Shield for Overall Best School Entry- a magnificent achievement. None of this would be possible without the hard work and dedication of our Lanimer Committee. Their enthusiasm is infectious and they give so much of their time to make the lorry, costumes and performace the best they can be. On behalf of everyone who takes part- thank you!

Also a special well done to Mark, Ewan, Calum, Erin and Eilidh who looked amazing and performed their duties magnificently

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End of Term Services

The school’s end of term service will provisionally take place on Tuesday 25th June at 1.30pm. Parents/carers of P7 pupils, as well as invited parents of prize-winners, are welcome to attend the event (details to follow).

The ELC graduations will take place at 10.30am and 2pm on Thursday 27th June and all parents/carers are welcome to attend.

P7s will hold their Oscars Ceremony on Thursday 20th June at 7pm (invites to follow).

Our Vision & Aims

Our Vision:

At Lanark Primary School and ELC, learning is at the heart of all we do. We strive to provide rich learning experiences that build confidence and self-belief. We foster a ‘can do’ attitude which enables everyone to reach their full potential.

We work in strong partnership with our parents and the wider community to ensure that all feel safe, included and valued within our school community…and beyond.

Our Aims:

These are:

to have a clear focus on learning and teaching

to provide high quality teaching of core skills (e.g. literacy, numeracy- including problem solving)

to provide real contexts for learning, including outdoor learning, and link learning to support pupils’ understanding of the world around them

to develop the key personal qualities of resilience, perseverance and a positive attitude to learning (being ‘ready to learn’)

to encourage skills for life, learning and work

Our Values

  • Good Manners
  • Learning
  • Working Hard
  • Teamwork
  • Active
  • Responsibility
  • Respect
  • Trust and Honesty
  • Kindness