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Denbeath Primary School
Barncraig Street, Buckhaven, KY8 1JG, UK Leven
+44 (0)1592 414567

Welcome to

Denbeath Primary School's

Role of Honour

We have created a role of honour so that we can give the children in our school a big well done for reaching a goal or making an achievement.

School Uniform

Dress Smart, Think Smart, Act Smart

We have designed a new school uniform at Denbeath Primary School.  All the boys and girls and their families were asked which school badge they preferred. 


Our new school badge

It shows a boy and girl skipping together.  However, if you look very closely you will see that the skipping rope makes an outline of a tree.  Denbeath used to be famous for its Birch Trees.  It can also represent the tree of knowledge and the growing that we all do when we come to our school.  We really like our new badge.  So much so, that we even have it on our new school uniform!


  Keep-Fit Club

There are two Keep-fit clubs in our school, both taken by Miss Robertson.  The Senior club for P4 and P5 is on a Wednesday after school and the Junior club is one Fridays at lunchtime.  We do lots of different activities but it is important that we warm up first.  We always have our water bottles with us to stop us getting dehydrated.  We do aerobic exercises to many different kinds of music.  The exercises all tone up our muscles.  It is great fun.  We also work on gum ball and this is hilarious although most of us have stopped falling off by now!

  The Upper School Choir         

Miss Graham takes our school choir.  We go to the music festival every year.  Last year we sang:
Johnny Lad
The Deil's Awa
The Song of the Clyde
Last year we set ourselves a target to improve our diction skills, which means we have to sing every word clearly.  We chose these songs because we thought they would challenge our diction skills.  The adjudicator complemented us highly on our diction skills so we achieved our target!   The choir meets on a Thursday lunch time.  Anyone from P5, P6 or P7 is welcome to attend. 

Football Training

We get football training with Miss Clunie on a Thursday after school. 

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  Computer Club

Miss Graham takes the computer club on a Wednesday lunchtime.  Anyone from P6 or P7 is welcome to come.  We learn lots of different things about computers from what they look on the inside to how to build websites just like this one!  This year we took apart on old PC and labelled all its parts from the processor to the hard drive, and the tower to the monitor.  In 2004 - 2005 the computer club will be responsible for maintaining and updating our website.  We hope you like our website.  If you have any ideas to make it better, please email us at:


Homework Club
Mrs. Warrender does the homework clubThe Homework club runs from 3.05p.m till 3.45p.m on a Wednesday. Over 12 to 15 pupils went to homework club after school last year, both boys and girls. The pupils got to have a snack and a fun game after they had finished their homework. Sometimes Mrs Lee would come and help Mrs Warrender with the homework club. Pupils were allowed to do their homework in any way they pleased. In March the clocks turned back so they got more time to do go out and get some fresh air. The pupil's thoroughly enjoyed homework club. They all had fun.



Denbeath Primary School have a pupil council.  We organise events and discuss ways we can make the school better.

We also have buddies for Primary One and Primary Two. The buddies help the write things down and remember the things they have discussed at pupil council. Their names are Jemma Mowatt and Reece Donnelly from Primary Seven.

The pupil council have a meeting on the first Wednesday of each month. We talk about activities and ways to raise money for the school. When we have finished pupil council we report back to the classes and tell them what we have been talking about.  This means that they can join in the decision making too!

The pupil council is good fun and we all think that it is a good idea to involve boys and girls in making decisions.

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