Craigowl Primary School strives to serve, and be an integral part, of the local community.  As such we provide a happy, welcoming environment for all members of the community irrespective of race, culture, religion and ability.  We value every individual and seek to provide effective teaching and learning, working in partnership to maximise opportunities and equip our pupils for the future.

P4A Mosaic Artisits

Schools across the city were invited to submit entries for a mosaic to be installed at the new Olympia Swimming Pool.  P4A took up the challenge and worked well as a team to produce a fantastic mosaic.  The class were … Continue reading

Craigowl celebrates Queens’ Diamond Jubilee

Words alone seem insufficient to describe the fantastic party atmosphere  which prevailed in Craigowl on 1st June as pupils, staff, parents and friends celebrated the Diamnond Jubilee of Queen Elizabteh II. The celebrations  started with a piper led procession around … Continue reading

Craigowl’s Got Talent 2012

The excitement has been building up since this time last year as pupils thought about the act they would perform for the Craigowl’s Got Talent Audition.  When audition dates were announced 130 acts signed up! Mrs James who organised the … Continue reading

Passport to Europe

As part of the P7 – S1 transition, Baldragon Academy Modern Languages Department run an event called Passport to Europe.  During this event our P7s put their language skills into practice while meeting children from other schools who will also be … Continue reading

P1C Assembly

On Thursday 10th, May P1C led our early years assembly.  The children had invited their families to the assembly and it was wonderful to see such a large audience on the day. Mrs Robb’s class were delighted to be up on the stage … Continue reading

Netball Festival

This term Mark Brash our Active Schools Co-ordinator has organised the Baldragon Games.  This is a series of events where children will take part in netball, boys football, girls football, basketball and athletics festivals competing with all other school in the … Continue reading

P6 Careers Week

P6 Careers Week was held from the 19th to the 23rd of March.  The theme of our Careers Week this session was Sports.  We chose this theme because of Sport Relief being in March and with the up coming Olympics it … Continue reading

Snow White Tickets on Sale

P4/5, P5A and P5B are putting the finishing touches to their production of Snow White and the Seven Dwarves. The show will take place in the school assembly hall on Monday 26th March at 1.45pm and 6.30pm. Tickets are on … Continue reading

Parent Council Bingo

One hundred and thirty pupils, parents, grandparents and friends gathered in the school hall for the Parents for Craigowl Bingo. The tension mounted throughout the evening as the crowd progressed through the games and special flyers. The highlight of the … Continue reading

Holocaust Memorial Day 2012

Holocaust Memorial Day Scotland was hosted by Dundee this year and all Primary 7s in the city were invited to the Caird Hall for a presentation and service to remember those who had lost their lives in the World War … Continue reading