Last week we went to visit the Anglo Saxon dig that is happening right here on our doorstep in Aberlady. We began our visit in the Kirk Stables where it was fascinating to see real ancient artefacts from up to 5000 years ago. The children were amazed to be able to touch things from so long ago. Then we headed out to the dig where volunteers were looking for Anglo Saxon artefacts. It was very exciting to be part of this and to have the chance to dig alongside the main dig site. We all had great fun and hope to go back later this week to find out what has been happening since our visit.
As of Monday 11th April , Miss Salmon and the P6 class will be using the GP room as their classroom for the remainder of the term. The temporary unit that they are currently using has been deemed unsafe for use due to dry rot in the floor. The school and the team from the council have been working on making the GP room a suitable learning space for the class to use on Monday and are continuing to strategically plan the accommodation needs for the future.
I can assure you it is business as usual, with a few minor alterations we all need to make. P6 can expect the usual learning and teaching on Monday albeit in a different venue.
Looking forward to seeing you on Monday.
Below is a link to a meeting being held on 20th May by Support from the Start. The focus is of the first 1000 days of a child’s life and how it can affect health, relationships and happiness.
Congratulations to J, M, C and A who competed in the 2016 Euroquiz. You represented Aberlady very well. We are all so proud of you!
Just a reminder of an event taking place for sport relief at Meadowmill and Dunbar.
Epic work p1/2 and p3. I loved the explosions in the science . I thought the goggles and apron was looked wonderful on you.
from Anna Melville