Project Play are organising ‘Fun Fridays’ each month to enable us to improve our playgrounds – build shelter, create seating and create opportunities for fun play. The next is Friday 27th February
There will be a Cake Sale in the P2/3 playground, with home baking provided by the P1’s from 12.10pm
Film afternoon – The Iron Giant
1.30-3.30pm – £3 per child including snack. Places limited so please book by taking your money to reception. Parent volunteers needed – please contact a member of the Project Play team
The children will also be taking part in fun ‘Outdoor Playtimes’ on Fun Fridays so please ensure they’re wrapped up well.
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Steps Family Pathway Project
If you are a family who supports a child with Autism, Steps Family Pathway Project can help to support you. They are able to offer a variety of FREE workshops and drop in sessions to families in East Lothian, throughout March in Musselburgh East Community Learning Centre, Haddington Road, Musselburgh
FREE Parent Workshops, Drop in and sibling support.
To reserve a place, e mail us on email@example.com
Or telephone Caroline 07727 190520 or Kirsten 07706 615745
All the primary 6 classes had a brilliant visit from Catherine Wheels Theatre Company. Each class also had a drama workshop the week before the show.The show told the true story about two girls from Liverpool and London who were evacuated from Britain to Canada and lost (and then found) their brother Louis along the way when the ship they were on was torpedoed by a German U boat during the Second World War. They had an amazing adventure!!
Charlies Challenge on PhotoPeach
Charlie marked the anniversary of the operation to increase his mobility by undertaking a triathlon. He was supported by family, friends and the local community. Over £1,500 was raised for Project Play to continue their work to develop the playground at Law. Well done to Charlie and the boys and girls who took part.
The staff team aka “The Christmas Jumpers” strut their stuff to raise a smile and some funds for Nordoff Robbins
What a wonderful way to end the school term. We had our Big Sing today where we enjoyed carols, Christmas Songs, festive head gear and being together to raise money for Nordoff Robbins music therapy charity. There was even a special appearance by the staff dance troupe, The Christmas Jumpers”, a sight that may never be seen again!
All the fun raised £352.40 today, added to the Little Sing money from North Berwick Nursery School and the donation of £200 from the PTA and some private donations we raised £850.
Well Done to the school community.
The P7 Christmas Fair last Friday was voted a great success by pupils and teachers and raised £1365 towards the cost of transport to Loch Insh camp. We did market research to find out what people wanted to do at the Fair and asked for sponsorship from local shops. The following shops helped us out with prizes and equipment: Stop ‘n’ Shop, Sugar Mountain, Tesco, The Cooperative, Gannon Sports, Semi-chem and Boots. Thank you so much to all those people! We have just done some Customer Evaluation and the feedback was really positive!
P7 Media Crew
P7 Christmas Fair! on PhotoPeach
The church service for P5 & P6 is at 1pm today in The Abbey Church and the service for P3 and P4 is at 1.45pm in St Andrew Blackadder. Parents are very welcome at both services. The first service will finish in time for you to cross the road to the second service if you have children in both. If you want still more Christmas, come and hear P5,6 and 7 singing carols in the back playground at 2.45pm!
On Friday 12th December many children and teachers, from all different year stages, wore a Christmas jumper to school to raise money for Save the Children with some even creating their own jumper designs. Everyone who wore a jumper made a £1 donation and we made £186. The great news is that the Government will match the donations made through fundraising. A big well done to everyone who participated on Friday, the Charity Committee are delighted! In addition, the overall winner was given 100 house points and class winners got 50 house points each.
Charity Committee’s Christmas Jumper Day
The P7 Transition Ceilidh was a great success! Everybody seemed to enjoy it and there was lots of great dancing. We met lots of new people and the band was amazing. P7 Transition Ceilidh! on PhotoPeach