Have a read at our guestbook, feel free to send comments, about the site or the children's work, by sending an email to john@SandaigPrimary.co.uk
If you wish to communicate with the school or staff members, please go to the Office.
Former pupils, please write in english;-)
|posted by:Deirdre Arnott 25 October 2005|
Just wanted to say that I have enjoyed looking through your school web site and learning lots of useful information. It was especially good to see the drawings of the school staff.
If I ever come to visit your school I'm sure to recognise everyone from these great pictures !
|posted by:Miss Burnet 24 August 2005|
|Hello everyone, I hope you are all well and enjoying being back at school. I hear you went to the Safari Park, I hope you all had a great time. I hope the former P7s are getting on well at Bannerman. Bye for now!|
|posted by:Darryl Adair 24 July 2005|
|Oright troops gon in tae 3rd year noo dreadin it but the sooner a dae it the faster i can get oot tae work.Special orights tae Mrs Kennedy,Colin,Mrs Burke and Mr Naismith.|
|posted by:Thomas Kyle (former pupil from 1983/84) 6 July 2005|
|Howdy, this is Thomas Kyle, I was a pupil at Sandaig for a year before i moved to Newcastle, I just looked at your website for the first time with my little cousin Jordan Kyle, checking out his and my little brother Jay Kyle's work. Anyone out there that remembers me, give me a shout and I will get back to you. x x x x x (fur the ladiez)|
|posted by:Angela Barker (former pupil) a long long time ago. 29 June 2005|
|Hi,everyone at Sandaig.What a great site you have,wish we had computers when i was at Sandaig, how things have changed,great to see what you's have been up to.Have a lovely summer break.Hope to read more next term.|
|posted by:Derek Robertson 24 March 2005|
|Hello to everyone at Sandaig PS. I must say how impressed I am by some of thw ork that is featured on your website. I am particularly impressed with your Flash animations. If you don't mind I am going to show them to my students (I teach student teachers) just to let them see what can be done in a Primary school. Very well done...your work is excellent. Thanks!!!|
|posted by:נ σ я ∂ α и к у ℓ є 23 March 2005|
|ι ωσυℓ∂ ℓιкє тσ ѕαу α gяєαт вιg нι! тσ αℓℓ тнє ѕαи∂αιg ρяιмαяу ѕтαff єѕρє¢ιαℓℓу мяѕ м¢αятнυя αи∂ мιѕѕ вυякє fσя тнє gяєαт тιмє ι нα∂ ιи ѕαи∂αιg ρяιмαяу! נυѕт σиє qυєѕтισи тнσυgн... ωну ∂ι∂ мιѕѕ нєи∂яу ℓєανє؟؟؟ нαρρу єαѕтєя тσ αℓℓ σf тнє ѕтαff αи∂ ρυριℓѕ ιи ѕαи∂αιg, αи∂ ι ωσυℓ∂ ℓιкє тσ ѕαу нι тσ му ℓιттℓє ¢συѕιи ℓαυяєи ιи ρ2!!!|
|posted by:karen sharp 23 March 2005|
just wanted to pop onto your web to play the games and stuff. My kitten bit me on the lip it wasn't sore and he scrachted me on the face too, that wasn't sore eather it just nipped and bit on the finger.so, i will see you tommorow at the egg commpation.seeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee
|posted by:Ailsa MacKintosh 1 February 2005|
|Congratulations, Sandaig. I am Head teacher of a small 2 teacher school in the North-East of Scotland - Netherley School. I am trying to update and modernise our school website so i came online, looking for some ideas and I found your site highlighted as School Website of the month on the National Grid for Learning site. |
I can see why! I have enjoyed seeing your art work and reading your stories and I am really impressed with the design of the site. I only hope I can do half as well.Thanks for the inspiration, Ailsa MacKintosh
|posted by:Mrs Moore 21 January 2005|
|Just a quick note to say thank you for all the gifts I received at Christmas. I am having great fun eating all the chocolate that I got. It is only 3 weeks until the baby is due and I am getting so big that I nearly fall over when I stand up!!!|
Primary 5 - your cityscape pictures look fantastic on the website. I hope you are all getting along well and learning lots.
See you all soon. Mrs Moore x
|posted by:Edward Wallace (Former Pupil) 6 February 2004|
|Hello. Quite an interesting website you have here, seems that you haven't lost the IT skills Mr Johnston. I went to Sandaig from P2 untill I left in 2000. I'm now in my fourth year of Bannerman. It's good, but workload has greatly increased in the run-up to the examinations in May. I send my regards to the teachers, staff and Mrs McArthur. Au revoir|
Edward W Wallace (Sandaig pupil from 1994 to 2000)
|posted by:Susan Paton 8 January 2004|
My name is Susan, i went to Sandaig Primary from 1986 to 1993. I really enjoyed my time there, but it has changed a lot since i was there! My primary 1 teacher was Miss Burke (i can still remember playing in the sand with my friends).
When i left Sandaig i went to Bannerman High School, it was much bigger than Sandaig and i got to make lots of new friends from other primary schools. I am now at Strilng University where i have just finished a very difficult course called Sociology after 4 years! I graduated in June with a 2.1 Honours degree. I am now doing a postgraduate diploma in housing studies - which is also very hard but a lot of fun too.
I really like the website, and i really like reading the poems and looking at the pictures.
|posted by:Mrs Quinn 1 January 2004|
|Love your web site. Ms McArthur told me about it and I'm very jealous! Mr Johnston has been working very hard!!!!|
Maybe you could come and help us to set up our school web site.
|posted by:samantha cameron 22 October 2003|
|I just want to say sorry about the coke incident I will come and visit soon and I achieved mrs burks challenge I have had 5 praise slips, doing well at bannerman thanks a bunch for not puting my picture on the internet |
|posted by:jitter 20 October 2003|
|de games are easy!!!!!!!!!!!|
from de rank nederland
|posted by:Alison Rodger 19 October 2003|
|I think your web site is great. I was at Sandaig many years ago and I am happy to see Mr Naismith is still there. I hope you find him to be as good a teacher as I did. Keep up the good work|