Apr 14 2016
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Apr 11 2016
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Mar 23 2016
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: email@example.com More information here: http://bikeabilityscotland.org/
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Mar 22 2016
Well done to our Cross Country Running Club who went along to John Muir Country Park this morning to compete against various other schools from throughout East Lothian – you were brilliant.
Thank you to Mrs Gray and Mrs Mostyn for transporting us to and from the event 🙂
We look forward to sharing the results with you as soon as they are published.
Mar 18 2016
A huge big thank you and very well done to our Pupil Council and older pupils who organised a wonderful morning full of sporting activities! Everyone came dressed in their favourite sports kit ready with a positive attitude to try out lots of different sports. We all took part in an obstacle course, tennis, hockey, rugby, football, relay and the egg and spoon races! Our school raised a wonderful £133.49! Very well done and thank you all.
Mar 16 2016
I have really enjoyed my first time orienteering in Athelstaneford primary school. This is my 2nd time I’ve been orienteering (next to Vogry park) and it`s quite thrilling. It`s really enjoyable and everyone should try it.
From Daniel, p5
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Mar 16 2016
Mr. and Mrs. Wyllie, two farmers from East Lothian, visited our class to talk about farming in East Lothian and farming in the future. We have been making posters about all our ideas for farming in the future and are entering a competition!
Mar 16 2016
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Mar 08 2016
Time at Home and in the Media
P4 –First Level – please record in your homework jotter all of the places around your home and local area where time is displayed. (e.g. cooker, microwave, DVD player). You could choose to draw a picture of each, write about it or take some photos.
P5-7 Second Level – – please look out and listen for examples of where 24 hour time is used in the media. Please record in your homework jotter the specific time mentioned and where it was used.
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