Students attending the Higher or National 5 Easter School sessions for English should collect materials from Mr MacLean or Miss Bradley before the end of term.
Following a lengthy trial in Room 124 earlier this morning, presided over by Judge Gollan, T.J. Avery was found not guilty of murdering Jim Lee Barnett. In her summing up, Judge Gollan, argued that the prosecution case was weak and that T.J. Avery was now a free man. Congratulations to the defence team!
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Primary 4 have using whole shapes, halves, quarters, eighths & sixteenths to make an Easter chick.
Dirleton PS organised a big outdoorlearning day out at Yellowcraig with the assistance of EL Outdoor Learning. The whole school walked down to Yellowcraig woods and took part in a variety of activities throughout the area – whilst enjoying the amazing Spring sunshine. In the morning the older pupils tok part in Bikeability training run … Continue reading Dirleton PS Yellowcraig Invasion
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Stenton Primary school entered their P5-7 team into the East Lothian Schools Cross Country Event on Monday 30th March. Everyone tried their best with both the girls team and the boys team all finishing with personal best times. Alisha Mallen (P7) was the first girl in the small schools girls race. She was third last … Continue reading Stenton’s success at Cross Country event
BY PRIYA + ISAAC: In P7C, we had an ‘Invention Convention’ to showcase all the hard work we’ve been involved in to do with our invention designs. We invited our parents/carers in to look at our hard work. We made powerpoint presentations, adverts, posters and reports on each of our inventions. The parents enjoyed it … Continue reading Invention Convention
Fifth and sixth year pupils from PL, DGS and Knox joined forces with Midlothian pupils for a weekend of skills development in the Cairngorms last weekend. Based out of Badaguish the group spend the Saturday braving high winds above the Corrie Ciste in the Northern Cairngorms. On the Sunday in much more pleasant conditions they … Continue reading Last of Winter?