Round-up of Maisondieu School news

Pictured is the Primary 5 pupils in their costumes after performing their show.

Pictured is the Primary 5 pupils in their costumes after performing their show.

0
Have your say

Before Maisondieu Primary School broke up for their Easter holidays, staff and pupils were busy preparing an update of all their latest activities.

Rotary Quiz

The school had great cause for celebration, after a team from Maisondieu Primary came top in the Cluster Schools Rotary Quiz. A spokesperson said: “Well done to both of our teams that took part as we had both first place and joint runners up!”

The winning team was made up of Stuart Souter, Logan Proctor, Lee Bowie and Sadie Seaman. Maisondieu’s runner up team featured Arran Murray, Hayley Fraser, Erin Hoggins and Ryan Torrie, who came joint second Edzell Primary school.

Dodgeball

Congratulations to the Maisondieu dodge ball team who came second in the recent dodgeball tournament held at Andover Primary School.

P5 Easter Show

Primary 5 at Maisondieu Primary enjoyed putting on a show called ‘Good News’ their friends and relatives. There was lots of fantastic dancing and singing. Many thanks to Mrs Ewart who helped choreograph parts of the performance.

Golf

P5 pupils enjoyed an afternoon of golf at Brechin Leisure Centre. This was organised by Active Schools and local schools attended alongside Maisondieu School pupils.

Easter Bonnets

Children at Maisondieu enjoyed making Easter bonnets and bunnets. The bonnets and bunnets will be displayed in the Town House Museum during ‘Easter in the City’.

Maisondieu at the Movies

Maisondieu held a movie night in Brechin City Hall on Friday. There were showings of ‘Monuments Men’ and ‘The Lego Movie’ which was a sell-out.

There were many pupils, family, friends and members of the local community came along to support this evening. A spokesperson for the school said: “Thank you to everyone who helped organise such a successful event!”

Easter Service

The school’s Easter Service was held at Brechin Cathedral. There was an array of performances from the Senior Choir, Orchestra, Woodwind Ensemble, Brass and readings by Hayley Fraser and Danny Wilson (P7). Many thanks to thank Mr Ian Gray and Father Mumford for their involvement with the Easter Service.