Well done, to G. in Primary 1. Her Tattie Bogle was voted the most creative and amusing from all the entries, from Nursery to P7. Doesn’t it look wonderful?
Each entry to our competition helped to raise over £40 for Shelter Scotland.
Well done, everyone.
We all had a wonderful time on Wednesday afternoon at our whole school Scottish Ceilidh. Everyone, from Nursery up to P7, joined in singing songs, reciting poetry, dancing or acting in a play about Mary Queen of Scots. What a talented lot!
We finished our ceilidh by joining hands and singing ‘Auld Lang Syne’.
Haste ye back!
P6/7 have made their very own gargoyles, just like those which look down from the castle walls!
Yesterday, P6/7 had a very interesting visit from Mandy and Jimmy, two of East Lothian’s Community Wardens.
They reminded us about how important it is to respect our local environment. Anti-social behaviour, like dropping litter, is ugly and can be dangerous to wildlife.
Thank you both for a very interesting afternoon.