Innerwick Primary School

Open Morning

Many thanks to everyone who came along to our Open Morning. P5/6  were very professional Tour Guides and all pupils enjoyed sharing their learning. Also, thanks to Parent Council  for providing and serving refreshments.

Pinkie St Peter's Primary School

What’s happening at Pinkie this week……..

Week beginning: Monday 5 October 2015 Monday Building Work continues Walk to School Week P5/6 & P6 Drumming Taster Sessions PE Sessions (various classes) Parent Consultations (Nursery) Tuesday Walk to School Week P4 to Swimming Lessons at Musselburgh Sport Centre Cello Lessons Music Sessions (various classes) Parent Consultations (Nursery) Wednesday Walk to School Week Book … Continue reading What’s happening at Pinkie this week……..

Campie Primary School

Winter Tidy at Campie

An enthusiastic group of parents and families are busy chopping, pruning, planting, sweeping and painting in our playground today. They have made great progress already and the playground is looking more ready for autumn and winter. A few mini-beasts have been spotted and we wondered if anyone knew what this caterpillar might become?

P1/2 Sound Work

We have been learning our sounds in P1/2.  We have been learning how to write each sound and then how to use the sounds to make words! Some of our P2 children have been very busy learning about upper and lower case letters.  They played a matching game!

P1/2 Senses

P1/2/ have been learning all about our 5 senses over this term.  This week we went on a sound walk listening to all the sounds we hear in our school and outside in the wider environment. We also explored our sense of touch.  We touched lots of different objects with different textures and discussed what … Continue reading P1/2 Senses

Gullane Primary P4 Blog

P4 Harvest Assembly

A HUGE well done to all our P4 stars!  The children did a super job at the assembly on Thursday and overcame some serious nerves!  Many of the class took themselves quite far out of their comfort zones and I am SO proud of them all.   

What are East Lothian school students learning today?