Joyce Darracott's Visit to Stewart Fleming

On Friday 6th March, we were very fortunate to have had a visit from a former pupil.  Joyce Darracott joined the school when it very first opened in September 1939!  Unfortunately, the school was unable to open in September due to World War II being declared, however it was opened a short while after.

Joyce spent a short time with the Head Girl and Head Boy before talking in assembly about some of her experiences when she attended Stewart Fleming.  We were amazed when she told us that she was not allowed to be sent any homework despite her asking her teacher for more work!


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Easter Bonnet Competition

On Thursday 26th March we held our Easter Bonnet Competition!  

Children were asked to use their imagination to design and create an Easter themed bonnet.  They then had to model their bonnet for everyone to see by walking round the hall during assembly.

We were thrillied will all the amazing entries so thank you to everyone who made so much effort!

Here are some photos of the wonderful designs!


World Book Day

On Thursday 5th March Stewart Fleming took part in celebrations for National World Book Day.

As usual the lengths that children went to to dress up as their favourite characters was outstanding!

In line with World Book Day Miss Gates ran the 'Get Caught Reading Competition' to see some of the wonderful entries visit the Reading Corner page.


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Half Term Visit to Dunyan Nkwanta Ghana.

During the half term two teachers (Louise Smith and Kate Feltham) visited our partner school in Ghana.  Please see the Global Gateway page to find out how they got on!


Head Boy and Girl Elections

Election.Last Minute Campaigning!

Election fever hit Stewart Fleming Primary School last week. The candidates for Head Boy and Head Girl had done everything they possibly could to win last minute votes. Who was going to win?!
As the tension continued to rise on Wednesday (Election Day), children across the school came to the polling station to cast their final decision on who would be representing them this year. Whilst it was very close, We are pleased to announce that the Head Boy and Head Girl are Ciaran (6C) and Evelina  (6H). We are sure they will do the school proud!

Election.Casting votes!Head Boy.Head Girl 2014