Un-popping the bubble wrap: a conference about risk and challenge in play. This year we are welcoming Tim Gill to our conference for the first time. Tim is an authority on risk and play and author of many books including No Fear: Growing up in a risk-averse society and Managing Risk in Play Provision: Implementation … Continue reading Play Conference – Saturday 28 November 2015
The regenerative power of ash and sycamore in the dunes is quite amazing. Seeds from these tenacious trees blow in from the surrounding woodland and are quick to establish themselves. Once cut back they rapidly produce numerous new shoots, and are thus used in many areas for pollarding and coppicing. However here they are a … Continue reading 3rd September
Refugees welcome? Exploring the humanitarian crisis with young people The current refugee crisis facing Europe and beyond has challenged us as individuals and as a nation. Children and young people of all ages have been witness to the daily images and headlines which have sought to shape this narrative. As educators we need to address … Continue reading Refugees Welcome? Training opportunity provided by Scotdec
Unfortunately the Rugby festival was cancelled today due to the weather. It has been rescheduled for Thursday 8th October. Please ensure children are appropriately dressed and have a water bottle on this day. Thank you and fingers crossed for the weather!
Due to the wet weather this morning, today’s trip down to Haddington for the P4s had to be postponed. However, we will now be heading back to Neilson Park on Thursday morning, 8th October. So, please could all P4s have their kit with them on Thursday of this week. Thank you
Well done to our group of fantastic P6 girls who organised a Bake Sale today in aid of the SSPCA. The girls organised everything themselves and as you can see there were lots of hungry customers!
Here are a few photos from our P7 School Camp last week. Everybody had a great time taking part in lots of fun activities and meeting new friends.
To develop their numeral identification and to practise sequencing numerals, this group have been making digits using lots of different textures.