Our last newsletter of the term is now available to read online. May -June2015 You can also click here to read this newsletter and all our archived newsletters.
The grass is too wet! Reluctantly (and for yet another year) the Eco Committee advises that our Eco Picnic – scheduled for a 12.15 start – will NOT now take place in the school grounds. We’ll do our best to ensure that our Eco warriors enjoy lunch in the dining room. However, space is limited … Continue reading Eco Picnic – cancelled today
Click on the link, below, for the programme of activities on offer this term. Any questions, please contact Miss Parry, in the P.E. Department – firstname.lastname@example.org nbhs_activity_timetable_term_3_2014-2015_(1) (2)
Just in case your copy of our newsletter is at the bottom of a tray/school bag somewhere, you can also read it here………….. P3 Newsletter April 2015
The word ‘jihad’ is becoming increasingly used in news, on the internet and even in films like Matt Parker and Trey Stone’s Team America. Your task is to research an example where someone has claimed that a violent act is somehow justified in Islam and to use everything you know about Islam to decide wheter … Continue reading The Real Meaning of Jihad…
Network Rail is at the heart of revitalising Britain’s railway. We’re making rail safer, more reliable and more efficient than ever before. It’s a big challenge, and we relish every moment. We’re always looking for ways to work smarter and do better. Devoted to innovation, we share ideas and suggestions with one another – because … Continue reading Network Rail vacancy – closing date 7 May 2015
On Saturday 30 May we are holding a Community Fun Run in the Lodge Grounds, to help Rebecca Dalgleish to raise money for CHAS. We would like as many pupils, parents, families, staff and members of the community to join us to run/jog/walk one or two laps of the Lodge Grounds, in a positive show … Continue reading Run for Rebecca’s Little Hearts
Despite the weather, P3 had a “best day ever” in the woods lead by Sam the East Lothian ranger and Mrs Gilmour. Sam showed the children how to make maps outdoors. Their challenge was to make a map of their journey to Smeaton from school using natural materials. Some brilliant designs! Mrs Gilmour played Bat … Continue reading P3s visit to Smeaton