P4’s Super Sonic Spuds

Early on this year, p4 planted some potatoes as part of the Super Sonic Spuds Project organised by the RHET.

On Monday this week we were excited to harvest our potatoes.

You can read our posts about the project here and see us taking part in the photos below.

Mr McEwan

Police Safety Message

Message from Chief Constable Phil Gormley QPM

Police Scotland is saddened by the tragic events in London on Wednesday 22 March 2017.

Our thoughts are with the victims, their families and their communities.

Whilst there is no specific intelligence to suggest such an incident will occur in Scotland, the UK threat level remains at Severe, therefore we must remain alert but not alarmed. You may notice increased police patrols. Such patrols are there for reassurance and community engagement.

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East Lothian Council Arts Service Summer Activities

East Lothian Council Arts Service have put together a fantastic programme of summer holiday activities for young people, across the County.

These include: multi art camps, streetdance, musical theatre, stagecraft, computer animation, outdoor theatre and more!

To find out more click on this link http://www.thebrunton.co.uk/thebrunton/downloads/download/48/summer_holiday_arts_activities_2017 or go to www.thebrunton.co.uk and click on Summer Holiday Arts Activities on the homepage.

Activities can be booked online at www.eastlothian.bookinglive.com/summer-activities .

Many thanks

Rachel Menzies
The Brunton Marketing Manager

Well Done From May Newsletter

A well done to… Cole Lennon in P3 on achieving 5th Kai at the recent judo grading, and on getting the trophy for player of the week in both Tranent and Kelso clubs.”

Well done to…Amy Crummey who passed both her ABRSM Grade 2 Singing and Grade 2 Violin with high merit passes in both. All that hard work paid off! Very proud of you.

And well done to… Ellis Marriot in P5/6 and Amy Crummey in P6 who made it into the East Lothian Hockey Squad – well done girls!

Well done to… Emily Mae Thomson P5. She entered the Scottish Gymnastics competition in Perth recently where she put on an outstanding all round performance to get an amazing score and receive a distinction at Grade 5. We are all extremely proud of her.

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