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A copy of the march diary can be viewed here.
A huge well done to the below pupils who joined over 50 other piano players from across the county to perform at this year’s Piano Festival in Haddington :
Jackalyn and Rebecca were invited back to play in the evening concert.
Our Pupil Council are preparing a fun-filled morning hopefully raising lots of funds for Comic Relief. Please bear with us while they pull together all their creative ideas – letters will be issued home shortly.
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A small supply of Red Noses will also be available for purchase via the school from next week.
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A whole school Maths Week is on the 23rd to the 27th of March. This will involve lots of fun maths challenges with a financial education focus; each year group having their own real life scenarios to explore.
We are looking for parent helpers to help with the Maths Roadshow. This will be a range hands on maths activities and challenges that the children can work through. Each class has an allocated time slot during the week when parent helpers would be appreciated.
On the 24th of February a drama group came to our school to act out the famous film Jungle Book. It was very good and especially loud, they put a lot of effort in to it and we appreciate them coming. Lucas in P4 thought it had a sad ending but Sophie from P5 thought it was a happy ending, Brooklyn from P7 thought it was very loud and Megan thought the monkeys were funny.
As part of our Garden Plate project Chloe and Sophie in P4 took part in an after school cooking session with their Mums. It was organised by Roots and Fruits. Yesterday they made a chard lasagne that Mr Corr can confirm was delicious!
If any other P4 pupils, along with an adult, would like to join the next session on Tuesday 24th March after school please contact Mrs Corr.
A muckle weel done tae all the bairns who took pairt in oor annual celebration of Scots Poetry. Everyone worked hard learning the poems, some funny, some challenging, and representatives from each class took part in an assembly . Winners were chosen from each year group and they received a wonderful book in Scots. We hope you enjoy it!
P1/2 have been learning all about time and celebrated their 100th day of learning this session by having a wee party yesterday!!