PUPILS at Coalsnaughton Primary School were kept busy with a whole host of activities towards the end of term.

Health week brought some sporting fun and children also learned how to put together nutritious and tasty snacks.

Throughout its duration, there were visits from a Judo specialist, Boccia coach and Nike Sports Dance to name a few.

Youngsters developed a number of sport and exercise based skills and also had the opportunity to compete during the annual sports day.

Class Cuisine dropped in for a visit to help them put together treats to serve along with their school lunch.

P5, P6 and P7 prepared vegetable crudités, while P2-P4 got to work on baked tortilla chips to be enjoyed with homemade garlic dip.

Thanks to the efforts of pupils, there was also fruit cups, coleslaw and vegetable cous-cous to be devoured.

The sports day, held on Thursday, June 22, went incredibly well and brought lots of enthusiasm.

A school spokesperson said: "The weather held out for the whole day, allowing the children to take part in variety of events.

"Potted Sports events in the morning, where they competed for points towards their overall house score, and traditional races in the afternoon where the children compered in their classes.

"Sports day was well attended by parents, carers and friends of the school.

"It was commented on by all involved how well organised the events were, this is all thanks to our committed Sports Development team.

"We'd like to give a special mention to Vicky Stephen, Andy Ward and Alison Mackie for their organisation and hard work.

"Our fastest P7 boy this year was Brandyn Kane, our fastest P7 girl was Amy Easton.

"The winning house this year was Devon. Well done to all the children for their enthusiasm and effort."

In addition, Coalsnaughton Primary has also celebrated the P7 pupils graduating and moving onto high school.

Kane Reap, Kate McLaren, Billy McLaren, Alex Gardner, Laura Tully, Amy Easton and Brandyn Kane were wished well.

The fantastic learning and sporting achievements from throughout the year were also recognised during an awards ceremony.

Mia and Eve Davie were given the Roseanne McSherry Dawson Award for Excellence in Music.

Most improved learners for the year were Lacey Martin (P1), Logan Martin (P3) and Kane Reap (P7).

Billy McLaren from P7 was awarded the Physical Education, Physical Activity Sports School (PEPASS) Champion Award by Vicky Stephen, PEPASS development officer.

And rounding off all the excitement for the academic year was the prom on Friday, June 30, where Billy McLaren was named prom king and Kate McLaren prom queen.