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Rephad Roar rings out

The Roar's culmination

TO celebrate the end of a very different school term and to acknowledge Primary 7 leavers and Nursery children moving on, Rephad Primary School staged a “Rephad Roar” at 10.45 am on the last day of term. All families and members of the school community were invited to make as much noise as possible for one minute on their doorstep or appropriately distanced around the school. There was a great turnout and the Roar culminated with staff setting off Confetti Cannons to create a rainbow. Following this, Primary 7 took part in a virtual Leavers Ceremony via Teams which Mrs Hamilton, along with Mrs Whyte and Miss McKie had put together. Everyone participating enjoyed poems, video messages and photographs describing Primary 7's journey through Rephad. There were “Most Likely to…” Awards which the pupils had voted for and messages from staff, along with a reminder to keep a Rephad T-shirt as Primary 7 will be invited back for a celebration and the traditional T-shirt signing when it is safe to do so. The schooled added: "Everyone at Rephad wishes all our families and the wider school community a safe and relaxing holiday."

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