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Gallery: Having fun and making memories at Kaimhill School

A boy with his head and arms poking through holes scrunches up his face as he is pelted with wet sponges
1989 - George Crichton certainly did his bit during a fun day to raise funds to send local children camping.

From learning about nature, science and music to having fun with fundraising and competitions, pupils at Kaimhill school are in the ideal environment to thrive and grow into confident and responsible individuals.

Kaimhill school is home to 370 pupils and 44 staff and prides itself on helping young children to reach their highest potential.

Today, we can see what the pupils are getting up to on the school’s Twitter account, but let’s take a moment to look back at what pupils got up to in the 80s and 90s.

Did you go to Kaimhill school? What memories do you have of learning there? Let us know in the comments.

Eight pupils standing in two rows smiling at the camera
1994 – Primary 1 pupils in Irene Criggie’s class smile for the camera, having settled into life in the school.
A boy looking through a pair of prism glasses
1985 – Mark Frain is all eyes with Gray’s School of Art student Fraser Scobie’s prism glasses.
A policeman standing with school pupils
1985 – Kaimhill Primary pupils won the Community Policing Trophy competition, beating Walker Road. Chief Superintendent Hamish Irvine was there to hand out the prizes.
The assembly hall full of children surrounding, two pupils handing a man in a suit stamps
1982 – Pupils Melanie Wright and Nicola Munro hand over £2,060 worth of electricity stamps raised for OAPs to Hydro Board area manager Reg Acock.
Children from Kaimhill school playing percussion instruments including xylophones and drums
1987 – Neil Sinclair, Claire Forest, Karen Sinclair, Andrew Cummings, Emily Ewen, David Beattie and Lynnett Smart provide the percussion during a music lesson.
Kaimhill pupils showing off their artwork with their teacher and a gray's school of art student behind them
1985- Kaimhill pupils show off their paintings with, back left, Fraser Scobie, and art supervisor Betty Henry.
Kaimhill school pupils in science class, surrounding a table with a microscope on it
1987 – Primary 6 and 7 children demonstrate their love of science during a lesson looking at salt crystals under a microscope.
the headteacher, policemen and a group of children gather around a small roundabout in the entrance hall
1984 – Head teacher Sheena Allen shows Grampian Police Chief Constable Alistair Lynn a mini roundabout that’s been built in the school entrance hall.
five children show off drawings of their ideas to attract birds
1988 – Aberdeen Urban Wildlife Group praised pupils for their ideas for attracting birds.
Two members of Asda staff stand next to a girl and boy who are holding their prizes for winning the competition
1990 – Winners of Asda schools painting competition Colin Clark and Melanie McGregor receive their prizes from Ann Dobson and Jean Whyte of the Bridge of Dee superstore.
Children during an outdoor lesson learning about trees
1987 – Primary 7 teacher Nanette Laird takes her pupils out into the playground to learn about trees.
A man with a beard shovels grass with a group of young children from kaimhill school
1988 – Forvie Sands warden Bob Davis and head teacher Sheena Allen put pupils to work setting up a nature area.
Pupils holding signs with their ideas for the Evening Express on them
1984 – Pupils had some great suggestions for the title of a new junior section in the Evening Express.
A girl and boy, both five years old, wear headphones while holding a xylophone and tamborine
1992 – Five-year-olds Kelly Rennie and Richard Gibb strike the right note in the music class.
Eight pupils win The Community Policing Trophy in front of a crowd of students
1984 – The Community Policing Trophy winners were, front, Andrea Reid, Billy Russell, Deborah Ness and Ronald Hardie.