Apr 20 2016

Poos from the past!

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Too support our topic (archaeology) Mrs overmeer made some poos. We had 3 periods to choose from: Romans, Tudors and Vikings. There was stuff in them such as melon seeds peas etc.…we had fun choosing which period our poo was from.
By Eva

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Apr 20 2016

After school clubs

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We have started lots of after school clubs after school and we all really enjoyed photography. First of all we had a chat about what the themes are going to be later on.
We paired up and went outside and took photos of whatever we wanted to. Everyone took very good photos and we were all very proud of what we had managed to capture a picture of.
All the pictures were amazing and they were all different styles. Some people took pictures of flowers some people took action photos and some of the landscape. And lots of POSING!!
We’re thinking about doing mini world action shots and many more.
By Amy and Joel

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Apr 20 2016

Photography club

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After school on Tuesdays a photography club is on and we take photos. It is so fun and cool. We went in a 3 Sam Findlay and Joel. I took a picture and it looks like Goil is jumping of a roof and I took another one and it looked like Joel was chucking Angus away. It would make it a little bit better if you brought your own camera.

By Sam and Findlay

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Apr 20 2016

Drama club

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Last Thursday drama club started. Linda was the teacher and she made it really fun. We played a game to know every body’s name. To play the game someone went in the middle and the rest where in a circle. The people in the circle said zombie and then the zombie would say the person’s name that they were going for the other person would have to say someone else’s name then the zombie would go after them. Next we were put into groups and had to go through some places on a map. Then we had to show it to the rest of the people that do drama.
By Isla and Robyn

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Apr 20 2016

The Athelstaneford Song

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Before the holidays Alan Penman, a music artist, came in to help us make a school song, we started off the first week by gathering lots of ideas for the lyrics, then Alan went home and chose the lyrics that would be good for the song and he made a tune for it. The second week Alan came in with half a song of lyrics and a full backing track, that week we came up with the rest of the lyrics which was very hard. The third and final week with Alan we finalised the song and recorded it. Ziggy played the guitar and Isla and Daniel played the recorder.
We are very proud of the song and thank you to Alan for helping us.
By Jonathan

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Apr 19 2016

Outdoor Bowling at North Berwick

Children from Primary 5 to Primary 7 are very welcome to join Law Primary  Outdoor Bowling Club from 3.45 to 4.30 at North Berwick Bowling Club on Mondays at the club starting Monday 25th April.

 Members will receive coaching from adult members of the NB Club. One adult/parent must accompany any children from your school and will be responsible for them while they are at the Club.  It is possible for the adult to take part in the bowling.

 There may also be an opportunity for a Friday afternoon club if there is interest.  The North Berwick Bowling Club is keen to get a Junior Division to play matches against other East Lothian Clubs.

 If you are interested in your school taking part then please contact Eddie Lawrence on 01620894150 or email him at edwardjlawrence@sky.com 

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Big Nature Festival

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Mar 23 2016

Bikeability Training

East Lothian Council’s Outdoor Learning Service are currently looking for help delivering Bikeability Scotland Level 1 and 2 within your school.

 Bikeability Scotland Level 1 is essentially ‘Cycling Proficiency’ and Level 2 is learning to cycle safely on minor, low traffic roads.

 We currently have funding from Cycling Scotland to deliver Cycle Trainer Assistant (CTA) Courses at your local primary school. These usually take place, but not exclusively, over 2 Friday mornings 9am to 12pm. You must attend both sessions, with some pre course learning. Successful completion of this course provides you with a Nationally recognised SCQF Level 5 Certificate.

 Upon completion of this course we are able to come along and mentor new CTA’s, where required, helping to build confidence, particularly for on road environments.

 You do need a bike and must be a confident cyclist. (We can possibly supply a couple of bikes if you don’t currently have one or cannot transport your own).

 If you are interested in volunteering with your school delivering Bikeability Scotland and wish to become CTA trained please contact me: astone@elcschool.org.uk More information here: http://bikeabilityscotland.org/

 

 

 

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