Some of our little lovelies managed a wee bit lunch outside today – they are either brave or optimistic that spring has finally arrived I think 🙂
What a treat! Primary 4 -7 had their second music performance of the year from the project Pitch Pulse Magic. This time we looked at the pulse of the music.
East Lothian Orienteers – Family Event Sun 26th Feb, 2017
Hedderwick Hill / John Muir Country Park near Dunbar
This is our local very family friendly club
All their events are open to everyone, novices and experts alike. For details:
Thank you & best wishes to you all,
We are holding a World of Work Week starting on Monday 6th February. Our aim is to raise awareness of the jobs people do and of the qualities needed to do those jobs. We are looking for parents or other members of the community to tell us about their working life. We are especially looking for people who work in a science, technology, maths or engineering field. If you are able to come in, answer a few questions and inspire some young minds please call Mrs Cameron on 01620 880241. Thank you!
East Lothian Council have drafted a new local authority anti-bullying policy which is to be adopted by all schools.
It is now available for consultation until the 31st January 2017, which you will be able to find at the link below.
Thank you very much to Grace and Andrew from the Scottish Seabird Centre for their interesting visit last Thursday. We were very excited to learn about some of the amazing creatures that live in the seas around Scotland. We also heard about the planned new Marine Centre, where we will maybe be learning more about these fascinating creatures in the future! We enjoyed being hands-on as we learned about food chains with masks, games and objects to touch. Thank you to J for persuading his Aunty Grace to come along!
All families are very welcome to attend the St. Andrew’s Day Service on Sunday 27th November 2016 at 11am.
All the children have been very creative, making pictures which will be on display. The nursery have made delightful, colourful fish after listening to The Rainbow Fish and learning about St Andrew. P1-3 have used torn paper techniques to make a picture of St. Andrew and have produced beautiful, fish by folding and cutting. P4-7 made amazing portraits of St. Andrew using only one line – very challenging to not lift your pen from the paper.
Following the raising of the Saltire Flag and singing of the Saltire Anthem, refreshments will be served in the village hall.
All the children in our school enjoyed a fun morning of activities in aid of Children in Need. The fundraising committee planned and organised a coffee morning for the parents to come along to and then the children were very active taking part and lots of different spotty activities.
They raised an amazing £252.27 !!
A huge thanks to all who contributed with baking and coming along to buy and eat the cakes! It is a really wonderful effort by everyone 🙂
‘Spotacular’ on PhotoPeach
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