Primary 2/3 have been using rekenreks to show number bonds to 10, 20 and doubles from double 1 up to double 10. We have really enjoyed using these in class and visualising our numeracy work. If you would like to try working with a rekenrek at home you can click on the link below. Primary … Continue reading Rekenreks
Primary 2/3 made Christianity posters today to show what we already know about Christianity. We know that Christianity is a religion which believes in one God. We also know that Christians read a Holy book called the Bible and that their Holy building is called a church. We also know that they celebrate the festivals … Continue reading Christianity Posters
Milk money for Term 2 is now due. The cost is £8.84 and this covers payment from Tuesday 5 January to Thursday 24 March 2016. Please note that payment can be made by cheque (to be made out to EAST LOTHIAN COUNCIL) or cash. Whichever form of payment is used, however, payment and slip should … Continue reading Milk Money
Last Friday Primary 4 were out in the bay helping ranger John Harrison and the reserve volunteers. Some dark clouds were looming but we were fortunate to not have any rain. We had great success gathering plenty bags of litter – we even found a coconut! Not only did we help tidy up our beautiful landscape but … Continue reading P4 Litter Picking at Aberlady Bay
We are aware that conflicting details have been sent out regarding lunch arrangements for P1-P3 pupils following their Panto visit on Thursday 3rd December. Please note that Primary 1 to 3 will receive school lunches as normal after the Panto on Thursday. No packed lunches will be available.
Ahead of the PTA Christmas Fayre, the children will enjoy the early opportunity to guess the number of sweets in the jar (20p) and the birthday of the teddy (50p). This will be available all week. Please have your child bring the correct change if possible – thank you!
A huge well done to the P1s and their P7 buddies who provided some entertainment at a community Christmas function this afternoon. We performed some of our nativity songs and even had a Mary, Joseph and the baby Jesus. Thank you to Eskmills for having us, we all thoroughly enjoyed ourselves.
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This week in P6 we have been working on our second design challenge. We made 3D shapes from cocktail sticks and midget gems and tested them for strength. We discovered that cubes were not very strong shapes, they only supported 3 books but square based pyramids supported 21 books! We used this research to help us … Continue reading Design Challenge No. 2 in P6