We have been fortunate in securing a grant to roll out “Play on Pedals” across East Lothian. Play on Pedals is a project which aims to encourage nursery age children to become active and to experience riding a bike before starting school. We know that not all children have access to a bike or indeed learn how to ride one.
Play on pedals invitation to training
Programme for day
Recently 6A have been challenging themselves to running, jogging or walking 1K a day. Our route is two laps round the school but we’re gradually increasing the number of laps week by week. We hope that this will make us fitter and soon the people who have been walking will be able to jog or … Continue reading P6A 1k a Day.
Today primary 4 children all brought in their wonderfully designed flying machines. We had such a great variety, from balloons to kites, gliders to jets! Well done primary 4! You should all be really proud of yourselves, you designed, made and presented your ideas beautifully. Fantastic Flying Machines on PhotoPeach P4 Fantastic Flying Machines II … Continue reading Fantastic Flying Machines in P4
All S3 pupils will choose their next enrichment course (which will start after Christmas) during period 6 on Wednesday 9th December. Click here to download the course choice booklet. If you require any assistance please contact your guidance teacher. The courses that will be running are as follows: The Animator’s Toolbox The Business Apprentice … Continue reading S3 Enrichment Choices
Just to let you know that there will be no crossing patrol person on duty on Thursday 3 December at Lempockwells Road. Catherine Wilson
SAVE THE DATE – WEDNESDAY 27th APRIL 2016
Developing tobacco-free policies for youth work settings and schools event
Stirling Community Hospital Lecture Theatre, Livilands Gate, Stirling, FK82AU
NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde and ASH Scotland
This event will have a core them of supporting community youth groups and schools to develop and implement tobacco-free policies. Effective and consistent tobacco-free policies have a vital role to play in helping community youth groups and schools to create tobacco-free environments for young people.
Who should come along?
- Are you a teacher looking to address tobacco issues within your school?
- Are you a community youth worker looking for a project idea for the young people that you support?
- Are you a health improvement practitioner looking for ideas to support your work in schools and community based youth groups?
- Are you a public health researcher looking for examples of practical tobacco-free policy development?
The event programme will include contributions from teachers, community youth workers and health practitioners. They will share their experiences of how they have developed and implemented tobacco-free policies to support tobacco-free environments for young people.
Download the event flyer for further information and to register your interest in the event.
On Monday the 23rd P7 went on a epic school trip to Dynamic Earth to learn more on their topic Structure of the Earth. First we time travelled to the beginning of the universe. Where we saw the a few rooms about the creation of the universe and the earth. Then we learned about the … Continue reading P7’s Amazing Time At Dynamic Earth!
On Friday 11 December from 9.30-12.30 LEAPS will be holding their annual S6 Conference for LEAPS eligible students who are aiming for university or college next year or beyond. The Conference will be held at Appleton Tower, University of Edinburgh central campus, and LEAPS are providing free coach travel to and from the Conference from a … Continue reading S6 Conference for LEAPS Eligible Students